Everton host Burnley in the finale to this weekend’s Premier League action.
Burnley will be looking for their first win of the season on the road while Everton remain unbeaten so far.
Rafa Benitez has started his time at the Toffees well, with two wins and a draw but struggled against the Clarets last season.
Sean Dyche will be keen to get Burnley off to a winning restart after the international break as they sit in the relegation zone with just one point.
Everton v Burnley: Date and kick-off time
The Premier League clash will take place on Monday, September 13 with a kick-off time of 8pm.
Burnley came out the better side in this fixture last time out, with goals from Chris Wood and Dwight McNeil.
Everton v Burnley: TV channel and live stream
The game is being broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League from 7pm.
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Everton v Burnley: Team news
Everton skipper Seamus Coleman is likely to feature in the squad despite suffering a hamstring injury during his time with Ireland.
Fabian Delph misses out tonight due to a shoulder injury, while James Rodriguez could be out of the starting lineup again due to match fitness issues.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin should feature in the squad after being ruled out of the England squad last week.
Salomon Rondon could make his return to the Premier League this evening following his transfer deadline day deal with the Toffees.
Meanwhile, Burnley will have the addition of their signing from Lyon, Maxwel Cornet, who signed for just under £13m.
Connor Roberts is unlikely to join in on the debuts as he is still out of the squad with an injury.
Sean Dyche also has injury troubles from the international break with Nathan Collins but could return tonight.
Everton v Burnley: Match facts
- After winning four of their first six Premier League meetings with Burnley (L2), Everton have won just three of the last eight against the Clarets in the competition (D1 L4).
- Burnley have won two of their last four away league games against Everton (L2), as many as they had in their previous 16 visits to Goodison Park (D4 L10).
- Just one of the last 15 league meetings between Everton and Burnley has been drawn, with each side winning seven each. The one draw in that run came at Turf Moor last season (1-1).
- After losing four of their first five Premier League away games on a Monday (D1), and conceding 15 goals in the process, the Clarets have won two of their last three on the road (D1), keeping a clean sheet in all three games.
- Everton have scored seven goals in their three Premier League games this season, as many as they had in their last 10 games last term. The Toffees are looking to win three consecutive home league games for the first time since a run of six between March and September 2019.
- Burnley have lost nine of their last 12 Premier League matches (W2 D1). However, each of the Clarets’ last four wins in the competition have all come away from home.
- Burnley have played the highest percentage of their passes long in the Premier League this season (24%), while the Clarets have also had the fewest sequences of 10+ passes (4).
- Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored in all three of Everton’s Premier League games this season, having also netted in their first five matches last term. He’s the first player in Premier League history to score in his side’s first three games in consecutive campaigns.
- Everton’s Demarai Gray has scored in each of his last two Premier League games, having scored in just two of his previous 32 in the competition. It’s only the second time he’s scored in consecutive appearances in the Premier League, also doing so in December 2017.
- Dwight McNeil has played 99 Premier League games for Burnley – he would be the youngest player to reach 100 appearances in the competition for the Clarets (21y 295d on the day of this game).