Everton will be aiming to maintain their unbeaten start to the campaign as the Toffees play host to Burnley on Monday night.

New boss Rafa Benitez has enjoyed a strong return to Merseyside and the Spanish coach is expected to keep changes to a minimum.

With just two swaps in his first three games the tone, and with Seamus Coleman and Dominic Calvert-Lewin both back fit, he likely to go with an unchanged line up on Monday.

Fellow creature of habit Sean Dyche is also set to stick with his own tried and trusted Burnley side.

Icelandic midfield star Johann Gudmundsson will undergo a late fitness check with the ever reliable Jack Cork on standby to step in if needed.

But elsewhere for Dyche, club record transfer Maxwell Cornet is in line to take his first place on the bench.

And this one wraps up the Premier League’s return with an 8pm kick off on Monday night at Goodison
Park.

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Feargal Brennan

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