Sean Dyche has fielded a strong starting eleven for their trip to face Doncaster after starting the season with three consecutive defeats.
Dyche has granted a full debut to summer signing Youssef Chermiti after he made his Premier League debut during the loss to Wolves at the weekend.
Michael Keane comes back into the side after being dropped for Jarrad Branthwaite at the weekend, whilst Vitalyi Mykolenko and Ben Godfrey return to the side after short-term spells out with injuries.
The rest of the side is unchanged from the weekend but the big news is that their new signing Beto has made the bench after signing yesterday and he could make his debut tonight.
It’s just one point from five games for the Yorkshire side and Dyche will be hoping for a confidence boosting victory Chermiti earned his first minutes of the bench in the defeat against Wolves, as he made his debut in front of the Goodison faithful.
Everton are missing a whole host of players as Dyche has to contend with including Dwight McNeil (ankle) Seamus Coleman (knee) Dele Alli (fitness) Dominic Calvert-Lewis (cheekbone) Jack Harrison (fitness) Alex Iwobi (hamstring) and Andre Gomes (calf).