Everton return to Premier League action following the international break bang in form and with plenty of confidence.
The Toffees have secured seven points from a possible nine available and kept their first clean sheet of the season last time out.
However, they will be taking on a battle-hardened Burnley side on Monday night under the lights.
The task at hand will not be easy, especially if Rafa Benitez has to name his starting XI without star striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Whether or not the forward is fit remains to be seen but here’s the XI we’re predicting at Goodison Park this evening.
We’re tipping the manager to make three changes from the side that beat Brighton 2-0 a fortnight ago.
The first alteration to note is up front where Salomon Rondon earns his debut for Everton.
Rondon was signed on transfer deadline day and will link with Benitez for the third time in his career. He plays at the expense of Calvert-Lewin who is a doubt for the game after training through pain in the last few weeks with a broken toe.
It would be a risk to play him and thus, we think the powerful 31-year-old will start instead.
The remaining changes are in the middle of the defence where Ben Godfrey and Yerry Mina return to the fray.
Both of the centre-backs have been out injured in recent weeks with Mason Holgate and Michael Keane having to play instead.
They kept a valuable shut out versus Brighton but the latter has been far from assured in 2021/22 so far.
We have already championed the idea of Mina and the £68k-per-week-earning Godfrey starting so they come in at centre-back to give Everton the best possible chance of winning against physically tough opponents.
Seamus Coleman picked up a hamstring injury on international duty with the Republic of Ireland but the boss has revealed that he should be fit to start at right-back.
Demarai Gray continues his role on the left and will look to score for a third successive game after his summer arrival.