Everton v Norwich City live stream, Saturday 25 September, 3pm BST
Everton will be looking to bounce back from last weekend’s defeat by Aston Villa when they host Norwich on Saturday.
Rafael Benitez suffered his first loss as Everton boss last time out, as his team crashed to a 3-0 defeat at Villa Park. It was a disappointing display from the Toffees, but the absence of some key players did not help their cause. They have still enjoyed a bright start to the campaign, with three wins and a draw preceding the meeting with Villa.
The worry for Benitez is that it will be difficult to completely dispel the underlying aversion to his appointment from a section of the Goodison Park faithful. A run of poor form could see the fans turn on the Spaniard, although there can be no doubting his effectiveness as a Premier League manager. Benitez will be grateful for a reasonably kind fixture this weekend, before a trip to Manchester United at the start of October.
Norwich are still searching for their first point of 2021/22, having succumbed to a 3-1 defeat by fellow promoted side Watford last weekend. That was a worrying result for the Canaries, who have now lost 15 games in a row in the Premier League. Norwich desperately need to get off the mark soon if they do not want to be cut adrift at the bottom of the division, and Daniel Farke could start to come under pressure if this losing run continues.
Everton will have to make do without Richarlison, Jordan Pickford, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Seamus Coleman, Fabian Delph and Jean-Philippe Gbamin. Salomon Rondon will continue up front, with Andros Townsend and Demarai Gray providing support from the wings. Lucas Digne and Andre Gomes require late fitness tests.
Norwich will be unable to call upon the services of Christoph Zimmerman, Sam Byram and Przemyslaw Placheta, but Todd Cantwell is available again.
Kick-off is at 3pm BST.
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