Everton fans have been debating on Twitter who they would like to see start up top for the Toffees against Burnley, with both Moise Kean and Dominic Calvert-Lewin splitting the opinion.
Both strikers have had tough starts to the campaign, with Kean failing to score and looking unlikely to do so for his new side, averaging just 1.3 shots per game. The former Juventus man has started only two league games for Everton and has seemingly struggled to adapt to life in English football, registering a 6.19 rating thus far.
As for Calvert-Lewin, despite scoring against Manchester City last week, the Englishman’s overall record for the Toffees is quite alarming. Since making his debut back in 2016, the 22-year-old has scored only 21 times in 101 appearances for the senior squad.
This season, Calvert-Lewin has two goals already, but if he continues on this poor goals to game ratio, Marco Silva may be tempted to draft in Kean instead, or even delve into the market come January.
Considering the team only has six goals so far in the Premier League, perhaps it’s time for a change and maybe even start the two of them.
And with their toothless record infront of goal firmly at the forefront of Everton’s problems, it’s perhaps little surprise that plenty of Everton fans want to see Calvert-Lewin and Kean start together for the first time this season.
Here’s what the fans have had to say…
— Toffee TV (@ToffeeTVEFC) October 2, 2019
— bradburn2002 (@calbrad1878) October 2, 2019
DCL if one up front. Hitting form. Ideally both of them.
— Tomos George (@george_tomos) October 2, 2019
Both, with Iwobi as 10 and Delph holding. Back 3 for me.
— Citizens of Suburbia (@mitdevani) October 2, 2019
I’d like to see us play 442 and play the 2 of them
— geoff jones (@geoff4jones) October 2, 2019
both. Why can’t I have that? Just once?
— Jamie McGregor (@En_Robot) October 2, 2019
Both this time around I reckon
— American Toffee Podcast (@USAToffeePod) October 2, 2019
— Mike Chubb (@MIKECHUBB1) October 2, 2019
Dcl AND Kean
— Ed Wilkes (@1justEd) October 2, 2019
Honestly, change it up and play both.
— Cal Friedman (@friedman_cal) October 2, 2019