Everton will be without two main threats when they welcome basement boys Norwich to Goodison Park on Saturday

After back to back defeats in the Premier League and League Cup, Rafael Benitez is keen to get back on track against Norwich at Goodison Park. But he issued a warning in his press conference, describing the visitors as more dangerous than people think.

He will have to pick a team without Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison who will both miss the game through injury.

As for Norwich they really need any kind of result to stop the run they are on. The Canaries will have fond memories of their last visit to Everton in the Premier League and will hope to continue the recently established tradition where the winners of the previous season’s Championship win at Goodison Park.

Ahead of the game Daniel Farke has said he sometimes has to give his players tough love. After becoming the first manager to lose 15 consecutive matches in the English top-flight, he might need to get a little bit tougher.

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