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Calvert-Lewin To Lead The Line – Strongest 4-2-3-1 Everton Line-up To Face Bournemouth In PL

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Predicted Everton Line-up To Face Bournemouth In The Premier League

Everton will look to revive their Premier League campaign, when they take on Bournemouth in match-week 6, at the Goodison Park, on Saturday. 

The Toffees have endured a torrid start to the new season and find themselves in the relegation zone after 5 games with just 4 points. Last weekend they were hammered 4-0 by Manchester United. However, they did bounce back with a 3-0 win over second division side Sunderland in the Carabao Cup, which could act as a catalyst coming into the game against the Cherries.  

Team News 

No fresh injury concerns for Ronald Koeman to deal with, as Ross Barkley, James McCarthy, Yannick Bolasie, Seamus Coleman and Ramiro Funes Mori continue to be absent. 

Here’s how the Toffees could line up against Eddie Howe’s side on the weekend:

Manager: Ronald Koeman 

Formation: 4-2-3-1 

Jordan Pickford (GK) 

Did not feature in the cup tie on Wednesday. Should replace Maarten Stekelenburg in goal, against Bournemouth. 

Jordan Pickford

Cuco Martina (RB) 

Another player who wasn’t involved on Wednesday night, the former Southampton man should come back into the team, in place of Jonjoe Kenny. 

Michael Keane (CB) 

The former Burnley man hasn’t looked like his solid self from last season so far, after his big move. Needs to keep improving in the heart of the defence.  

Ashley Williams (CB) 

The Welsh international has looked shaky at the back on occasions this campaign. Will want to build from a decent performance in the midweek.

Michael Keane

Leighton Baines (LB) 

The veteran defender was given a much-needed rest on Wednesday night, but should return to action against the Cherries.  

Tom Davies (CM) 

The youngster gives it his all, each time he is on the field. An impressive performer in the middle of the park, he should get his spot in the playing XI.

Idrissa Gueye (CM) 

The Senegalese midfielder was another who was given a rest for the midweek game, but will definitely come in, replacing Muhamed Besic.  

Nikola Vlasic (RW) 

The young Croatian had a good game in the Carabao Cup against Sunderland and Koeman might look to give him another go during the weekend.  

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney (CAM) 

Marred by off-the-field issues of late, the former England international will want to divert the attention towards his game, with a strong performance. 

Gylfi Sigurdsson (LW) 

The club record signing hasn’t exactly hit the ground running after his summer move from Swansea City. Needs to start imposing himself on the game.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (ST)

The young starlet scored a brace on Wednesday night and won the game for the Toffees with his brilliance at the top. Deserves to start on Saturday.

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