Everton v Stoke City
Kick-off: 17.30 GMT.
TV: Live ESPN, Highlights BBC ONE Match of the Day.
Everton (Possible, 4-4-2): Howard; Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines; Osman, Neville, Gibson, Mirallas; Anichebe, Jelavic.
Out: Hibbert (calf), Pienaar, Fellaini (both suspended).
Tests: Jagielka (ankle), Howard (back).
Stoke (Possible, 4-4-2): Begovic; Cameron, Shawcross, Huth, Wilson; Jerome, Nzonzi, Whelan, Etherington; Walters, Crouch.
Referee: Mick Jones. Matches: 17, R2 Y60.
Everton have two players unvailable through suspension.
Steven Pienaar is out following his red card against Manchester City while Marouane Fellaini begins a two-match ban after receiving his 10th yellos card of the season in the same game.
But Tim Howard could return in goal, while Phil Jagielka may also be back in defence.
Meanwhile, Stoke have Robert Huth back available after the central defender completed a three-match suspension.
Huth, who served the ban after accepting a violent conduct charge from the Football Association relating to an incident in the 1-0 defeat at Fulham last month, is expected to make an immediate return to the starting XI, linking up once again with his centre-half partner Ryan Shawcross.
Stoke remain dangerously in freefall, in need of a couple more victories to avoid being dragged to the heart of the relegation battle.
Tony Pulis may be feeling slightly underappreciated given recent murmurings at The Britannia.
Bit late for Stoke fans to start moaning about a style of play now having defended it to the hilt for a decade.
They will stay up, but with Everton rediscovering their mojo with a victory over Manchester City, Pulis is visiting Goodison three weeks too late.