Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(45) 37 Goals 47 (60)
(32) 15 Assists 36 (45)
(6.5) 6.8 Average Ratings 6.9 (6.7)
28.2 Average Age 28.5
183.5 Average Height (cm) 182.5
(0.7) 1.1 Shots pg 1.2 (1)
(58%) 57% Aerial Duel Success 49% (48%)
(0.9) 0.8 Dribbles pg 0.6 (0.7)
(1.3) 1.3 Tackles pg 1.4 (1.8)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Jean-Philippe Gbamin Out 6
Séamus Coleman Out 6.65
Lucas Digne Out 7.08
Player Reason Status Rating
Diego Llorente Out 6.9
Pablo Hernández Out 6.25
Jamie Shackleton Out 6.18
Adam Forshaw Out N/A

Team News

  • Lucas Digne is facing two months out injured with an ankle injury in a major blow to Everton.
  • Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Seamus Coleman are the only other injury concerns for Everton at the moment.
  • Carlo Ancelotti changed shape to 3-4-3 last weekend in a bid to stop a run of three straight defeats and it worked, largely, with a 3-2 win over Fulham.
  • It means James Rodriguez can stay higher up the pitch without having to track back, which was becoming a weakness for the Toffees.
  • Alex Iwobi impressed last weekend in an unfamiliar right wing-back role but may be required on the left here with Digne out. Jonjoe Kenny may come into the side here.
  • Mason Holgate will push for a recall in defence but may have to settle for anther spot on the bench here.
  • Rodrigo played for Leeds' U23s at the start of the week as Marcelo Bielsa wants his summer signing to be fitter after a bout of COVID-19. He may have to settle for a spot on the bench here.
  • Kalvin Phillips returned to the starting XI after a stint out injured with a shoulder problem to boost Leeds' midfield options, but Pablo Hernandez missed out against Arsenal through injury.
  • After such an impressive display against Arsenal, Bielsa may name an unchanged starting XI against Everton this weekend.


  • Everton ended their three-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over Fulham last weekend. Carlo Ancelotti won't have been happy to have conceded twice to one of the worst teams in the Premier League.
  • Leeds were terrific against Arsenal last weekend and it's amazing the game finished 0-0. Leeds were denied by the woodwork on three occasions and had 25 attempts to Arsenal's 9.
  • This is the first Premier League meeting between the two sides since a 1-1 draw in 2004 with goals from James Milner and Wayne Rooney.
  • With Leeds' Premier League games seeing 3.4 goals scored per game and Everton's 3.9, Saturday's match at Goodison Park is certainly one for the neutrals. Leeds weren't in the Premier League for more than a decade but they have remarkably never won a Premier League match at Goodison Park in 12 previous attempts.

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