The Toffees are aiming to beat a promoted side for the first time at Goodison Park this season having already dropped vital points against QPR and Norwich
Hibbert, Heitinga, Jagielka, Baines
Drenthe, Neville, Fellaini, Bilyaletdinov
Richards, Williams, Caulker, Taylor
Routledge, Britton, Gower
Sinclair, Lita, Moore
Seamus Coleman is still doubtful for Everton after missing the weekend's draw with Norwich so Royston Drenthe, who set up Leon Osman’s late equaliser, could be in line to start. Jack Rodwell and Victor Anichebe are both out with injuries.
Angel Rangel is available again for Brendan Rodgers after returning from his ankle ligament injury sooner than expected. Nathan Dyer has been ruled out while Alan Tate (broken leg) is still a long-term absentee.
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- Everton have only scored eight goals at home in the Premier League this season. Only QPR and West Brom have scored less.
- Swansea are yet to win away in the top flight this season, having picked up just three points from their eight games on the road.
- The Welsh side have leaked goals on their travels having shipped 18 goals away from the Liberty Stadium but kept a clean sheet at Newcastle in their last outing.
- David Moyes’ side has struggled in front of goal this season and their current top scorer is Apostolos Vellios with just three goals.
- Everton have lost four of their eight home games at Goodison Park already this season.
- Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm (pictured right) has now kept eight clean sheets in 16 Premier League games.
- Vorm has also been forced into making 60 saves this season and has stopped 75 per cent of the shots on his goal.
- Brendan Rodgers team has played 6917 successful passes in the league, only Manchester City and Arsenal have managed more.
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