Everton face Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth this Sunday, as the Toffees look to continue their good form this season.
Everton will arrive at the Vitality Stadium full of confidence, after their impressive display against Wolves last time out. On paper, Everton are the better team, with Richarlison, Alex Iwobi, and Moise Kean staring to form a good partnership at the Toffees.
Bournemouth go into the game off the back of a 3-1 defeat to Leicester at the King Power Stadium, and will look to bounce back. Harry Wilson and Fraser are hitting good form, with Wilson starting to find the net for the Cherries.
It will be a well contested game, with both teams looking to pick up a win in order to climb up the Premier League table. Everton go into the game as favourites, but Bournemouth will definitely be a tough test for the Blues.
Today, we will be looking at a combined lineup of both Bournemouth and Everton players ahead of tomorrow’s game:
An obvious choice, Pickford is England number one and is up there as one of the best in the Premier League.
Coleman has been at Everton for many seasons now, but manages to keep his spot at right-back. Overall a very good player and a great servant to Everton.
Ake has proved to be a great signing for Eddie Howe, and provides defensive stability in the Bournemouth team.
Michael Keane has impressed in recent seasons for the Toffees, and is showing that once again this season, despite being shaky at times.
Has impressed at Everton since joining, and is highly underrated. A very solid full-back, in both defence and attack.
A mainstay in the Bournemouth side, Fraser always impresses for the Cherries, and is a great asset for the Bournemouth attack.
A real steely and hardworking midfielder, Gomes is one of the first names on the team sheet for Everton. A very underrated midfielder.
Currently on loan from Liverpool, Wilson continues to show his talent at the Cherries, and has already scored some worldies for Bournemouth.
A player with great technical ability, Sigurdsson is one of the best playmakers in the league. He is also know for his spectacular set pieces.
A great attacking option for Marco Silva, Richarlison is showing his quality so far, and is starting to fire in the goals for the Toffees this season.
Wilson has done brilliantly in past seasons for Bournemouth, and is carrying that form over to this season. He will be the danger man for the Cherries this season.