Frank Lampard has decided to do a complete overhaul for the Carabao Cup game today.
⚠️ Team news is in! ⚠️— Everton (@Everton) November 8, 2022
11 changes from #EVELEI
1️⃣ @jgarnerr96's first start#EFC #CarabaoCup pic.twitter.com/iTge48S9Hm
— AFC Bournemouth (@afcbournemouth) November 8, 2022
Our line up for #BOUEVE tonight pic.twitter.com/AIIF252DDQ
Everton are back in action tonight after a disappointing home loss on Saturday against Leicester City who have now leapfrogged the Toffees in the table after a pretty miserable start to their own season.
Lampard’s insistence on going back to the 4-3-3 despite the success of the 4-2-3-1 just the week before continues to boggle the mind, and hopefully the manager has learned some lessons before the Blues get dragged back down into a relegation battle once again.
Today however the Blues will be looking to get a Cup run continuing before the season goes into a World Cup enforced early winter break, with a Carabao Cup Third Round game against AFC Bournemouth on the south coast.
It’ll be hard to predict whether Lampard will make a raft of changes to take on the fellow Premier League side or else he’ll stick with the spine of the team that played over the weekend.
Competition: Carabao Cup Third Round
Date and start time: Tuesday, November 8th at 11:45 a.m. PT / 2:45 p.m ET / 7:45 p.m. BST
Stadium: Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom
Weather: 55°F/13°C, light rain, 81% chance of precipitation, 20 mph winds
How to Watch/Listen
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Gamethread: There will be no live blog for this game
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Information from LiveSoccerTV.com
The Blues last visited the Vitality during the 2019-20 season, losing to their hosts 3-1 while Marco Silva was still in charge with Dominic Calvert-Lewin getting the only goal. Interestingly, the two sides met back in 1985-86 in what was then known as the Football League Milk Cup in the two-legged second round, with the Toffees winning 3-2 at home and then 2-0 at the Cherries,