Roberto Martinez's side have dropped back into the Premier League relegation spots and face a second side chasing a top-four place in four days in the shape of the Toffees
Heitinga, Jagielka, Distin, Baines
Naismith, Gibson, Osman, Pienaar
Boyce, Caldwell, Figueroa,
Stam, McCarthy, McCarthur, Beausejour
Kone, Di Santo
Marouane Fellaini will miss the game as he serves the second of a three-game suspension for headbutting Ryan Shawcross.
Seamus Coleman faces a race against time to return to fitness in time. The Irish right-back missed the weekend's win over West Ham with a hamstring injury. Darron Gibson was sent off at Upton Park, but is available for this game as the Toffees are appealing the decision.
Kevin Mirallas (hamstring) and Tony Hibbert (calf) are definitely ruled out for David Moyes' side.
Roberto Martinez has seen his side decimated by injuries recently, particularly in defence but captain Gary Caldwell should make his return to the side.
Ivan Ramis, Adrian Lopez (both hamstring) and Antolin Alcaraz (groin) will be missing from the Latics' defence, although Ramis and Alcaraz could return over the festive period.
Ryo Miyaichi (ankle), Albert Crusat (knee) and Ben Watson (shin) are unavailable to Martinez in midfield.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Everton are undefeated in their last 12 Premier League home matches.
- The Toffees' have drawn their last two games against Wigan, including a fixture at the DW stadium in October.
- Arouna Kone's (pictured right) last Premier League goal was against West Brom on the November 10.
- Wigan have lost six of their last seven away games in the Premier League.
- The Latics have failed to beat Everton in their last six attempts, drawing four of those games.
- The last six matches between the two sides have seen a total of 24 yellow cards been shown.