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[Image] Here’s the predicted 4-2-3-1 Everton XI to face Crystal Palace in the Premier League

Predicted Everton line-up to face Crystal Palace in the Premier League

Everton are on the back of a strong win against Leicester City and have looked impressive under Marco Silva. The Toffees come up against Crystal Palace in the league this weekend and another win would help them further cement their place in the top ten.

The Eagles make their trip to Goodison Park on the back of a defeat and Palace manager Roy Hodgson will be on a mission to make amends.

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Idrissa Gueye is a major doubt for this game. Seamus Coleman is also facing a late fitness test and might be unavailable. Apart from the long-term absentees, Silva has no real concerns at the moment.

Probable Everton XI

Manager: Marco Silva

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Jordan Pickford (GK)

Pickford will continue in goal for this game after proving to be a stalwart for the Toffees so far.

Jordan Pickford

Jonjoe Keny (RB)

The youngster impressed in Coleman’s place last time out and looks set to retain his spot for this game as well.

Michael Keane (CB)

Keane has looked solid at the back under Silva this season. He will continue to lead from behind.

Kurt Zouma (CB)

Zouma has built a great partnership with Keane at the back since making the loan move from Chelsea. A sure starter.

Lucas Digne (LB)

The new signing has already made a major impact for the Toffees. An ideal replacement for Leighton Baines.

Lucas Digne

Tom Davies (RCM)

Davies should continue in central midfield for this game after proving his versatility this season.

Morgan Schneiderlin (LCM)

An injury to Gueye should see the Frenchman make his way back into the squad. He needs to show more awareness and urgency in his displays.

Theo Walcott (RAM)

The former Arsenal attacker has flourished after making the move to Everton. He has also improved his fitness.

Gylfi Sigurdsson (CAM)

After making a slow start, the Iceland international now has 4 goals in 4 games. He will pull the strings in the middle of the park.

Gylfi Sigurdsson

Bernard (LAM)

Bernard was superb in his first start for the club and flourished playing alongside Richarlison.

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Richarlison (ST)

The Brazilian scored another goal after being fielded as a striker against the Foxes. He should retain his spot.

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