In seven matches in all competitions, Everton have picked up just two victories, with one of them being in the Premier League.
In that time, the Toffees have scored 11 goals, and in only one match have they failed to score.
However, rarely have their goals come from a recognised striker as Cenk Tosun has struggled to make an impression in the final third.
During the summer window, manager Marco Silva decided not to bring in a forward, but he did strengthen the attacking options with the capture of Richarlison from Watford.
In four league outings for the Merseyside outfit, the Brazilian has netted three times, and he also impressed on international duty by scoring twice.
Given his eye for goal this season, questions have been asked about whether the 21-year-old should play in a more central role.
Would Richarlison thrive up front, or would Silva be making a mistake by switching the star’s position?
Let us know by voting below.
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