Leeds United go in search of their first win at Goodison Park in 30 years as they take on Everton in the Premier League on Saturday.
The Whites haven’t won a top flight match away at Everton since 1990, although they have been out of the Premier League for 16 of those 30 years.
Leeds’ form has been poor of late, having lost 3 of their last 5 league games – for Everton, they returned to winning ways after 4 games without a win last time out against struggling Fulham.
Everton begin the matchday weekend in 6th place in the table, with opponents Leeds United 14th in the standings.
However, Marcelo Bielsa will be hoping his side can tighten up defensively, having conceded four goals in a game three times already this season – something the Toffees will be hoping to capitalise on having scored 5 in their last game and with little difficulty scoring goals this term.
Seamus Coleman remains out for Carlo Ancelotti’s side, with Alex Iwobi once again expected to fill in.
In-form striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has his eyes on a Premier League goalscoring record as he looks to become the first player since Les Ferdinand to net 13 times in the opening 10 games of a season.
Leeds are expected to welcome Spain striker Rodrigo back after recovering from coronavirus, but Patrick Bamford is again likely to lead the line.
Kalvin Phillips’ return against Arsenal last week was a boost for Leeds and he is once again expected to retain his place.
Everton v Leeds United is a 5.30pm kick off on Saturday 28 November.