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Probable Lineups Statistical Comparision

(58) 45 Goals 16 (36)
(46) 35 Assists 13 (25)
(6.7) 7 Average Ratings 6.6 (6.5)
26.6 Average Age 26.7
182.5 Average Height (cm) 184.1
(0.9) 1.1 Shots pg 1 (0.8)
(50%) 47% Aerial Duel Success 50% (48%)
(0.8) 0.8 Dribbles pg 0.5 (0.6)
(1.4) 1.3 Tackles pg 1.2 (1.4)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Yannick Bolasie Out 7.2
Muhamed Besic Out N/A
James McCarthy Doubtful 6.59
Player Reason Status Rating
Markus Henriksen Out 6.19
Moses Odubajo Out N/A
Greg Luer Out N/A
Will Keane Out 5.86
Ryan Mason Out 6.29
Michael Dawson Out 6.6
Dieumerci Mbokani Out 6.44
Brian Lenihan Out N/A
Oumar Niasse Out 6.37
Evandro Doubtful 6.38

Team News

  • Leighton Baines sustained a back issue in the 3-0 win over West Brom but is expected to recover in time for the welcome of Hull.
  • James McCarthy is a doubt for the hosts, while Yannick Bolasie and Muhamed Besic again miss out.
  • Idrissa Gueye and Ramiro Funes Mori could both come into the XI having featured from the bench against the Baggies.
  • Oumar Niasse is unable to play against his parent club, with Abel Hernandez expected to lead the attack for the Tigers.
  • Curtis Davies returned to the matchday squad and was an unused sub against Swansea last week, though Marco Silva could name the same XI the started the 2-1 win against the Swansea.
  • Silva is without eight players through injury, while Evandro will hope to overcome a calf issue to feature in some capacity.

Prediction

  • Everton bounced back from the 3-2 loss at Tottenham in impressive fashion with a 3-0 win over West Brom. Victory over the Baggies means the Toffees have lost only one of their last 11 Premier League fixtures and have won three of their four top-flight home meetings with Hull.
  • The Tigers secured a much-needed three points at a relegation rivals' expense last time out, though their away record leaves a lot to be desired. Indeed, they have lost 11 of their last 12 away games in England's top tier and a trip to an Everton side that has won five at home on the bounce in the league is not what they will have wanted.
  • Everton should make home advantage count, with a win seeing them leapfrog Manchester United into sixth place.
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