Everton will be looking to right the wrongs of the past as they take on Wolves tonight off the back of an FA Cup triumph over Rohterham.

Last time the Toffees made the trip to the Molineux in the league, they were met with a dominant dogged display from a powerful Wolves side. Lucas Digne, who recently returned from injury and featured in the win over Rotherham, gave away a penalty which was coolly converted by Wolves talisman Raul Jimenez. Further goals from Leander Dendoncker and Diogo Jota proved decisive as the Toffees came unstuck.

However, Carlo Ancelotti’s men seem a much-improved team in 2020/21, currently seventh in the table and only four points off the summit. Off the back of their FA Cup victory, the Toffees have enjoyed a recent spell of good form, even if they did lose their last league outing against West Ham.

The Toffees have failed to score in just one of their last nine away matches in the top-flight, whereas their opponents are winless in four league games sit above 14th-place Crystal Palace only on goal difference.

With the Rotherham win seeing a heavily-rotated line-up, expect Ancelotti to return to his primary options as Everton look to rack up another three points. We predict there will be four changes from Saturday’s cup win: