The Swedish midfielder believes the side's victories over Manchester City and Chelsea in the league and Capital One Cup respectively can give them confidence to beat the Toffees
Gus Poyet's men have beaten Manchester City in the Premier League and also dumped Chelsea out of the Capital One Cup.
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"Everton are doing well; ever since I've played in the Premier League it's always been a tough place to go, [they are] a good team, a solid team," he told the club's official website.
"They're flying in the league and playing some good football, they've got a lot of good players so it won't be an easy game against them.
"We know we'll have to play really, really well to get something but at the same time we are capable of doing that against the top teams and we've shown that against [Manchester] City and Chelsea this year."
Sunderland have picked up only one point on the road this season and have failed to find the net in their last six top-flight away games.