A home win could see Everton enter the top four

Everton host Burnley on Monday evening for the final fixture of game week 4, knowing a point would lift them out of the relegation zone, whereas Everton could move into the top 4 with a win.

The game could see debuts for new attacking players on both sides – away fans will be keen for a glimpse of Ivory Coast international Maxwell Cornet who started training with the club last week, while home fans might see Salomon Rondon pull on the number 33 shirt for Everton, as he starts at his third club under Rafa Benitez.

Meanwhile Dwight McNeil could make his 100th Premier League appearance, and Sean Dyche has said he’s not surprised that he’s been able to amass that many games so quickly.

Injury wise Toffees captain Seamus Coleman has declared himself fit, having recovered from a minor hamstring injury he picked up on international duty.

The game kicks off at 8pm at Goodison Park on Monday evening.

Listen to our Everton vs Burnley preview on our Football Social Daily Podcast below

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