Everton line-up vs Leicester with Andre Gomez and Gylfi Sigurdsson decide

‘Carlo Anslotti has formulas and structure for this moment’

Phil Kirkbride: After tweeting and testing the previous few games, Carlo Anslotti came up with a formation and line-up that works for Everton at the moment.

And so it should stick with it.

Of course, this is a structure that asks a lot of Dominic Calvert-Lewin, and Richardson needs to be one of those lung-busting kind of displays that we have come to appreciate.

However, with the players now at the disposal of Ancelotti, it has become the best from outside the squad and Bliss has the promise of having a tough evening in Leicester which seems to be the best way to navigate.

My team (4-4-1-1): Pickford; Holgate, Ken, Mina, Godfrey; EOBB, Decoure, Alan, Richardson; Sigardson; Calvert-Levin

‘Andre Gomez offers tough call but keep the winning team together’

Sean Bradberry: It is difficult to see where Carlo Anslotti can make a difference.

Although Seamus Coleman and James Rodriguez are still far away, there is no one left to replace the starting XI that beat Chelsea.

Granted, the boss was talking about the need for rotation as we enter the growing Christmas period.

Bernard, Andre Gomez and Tom Davis are probably candidates for the stage

Abdulla Dakoure – who has started every league game and has already taken over a thousand minutes, I am tempted to go here with Gomez.

But even after Frank Lampard’s win over the men I will be with any winning team to try and move forward.

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Opportunities to mix it up could come down further from the line.

And it will be interesting to see if Gilfi Sigurdsson can shine in a leading role again.

My team (4-4-1-1): Pickford; Holgate, Ken, Mina, Godfrey; EOBB, Decoure, Alan, Richardson; Sigardson; Calvert-Levin

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‘There is nothing wrong with you so that nothing changes’

Connor O’Neill: For the first time in a long time, there’s nothing wrong with Everton’s performance against Chelsea over the weekend.

The blues were stiff on the back and looked dangerous in a counter-attack.

As a result of that impressive performance, Carcelo Ancelotti should name an unchanged side in tonight’s game with Leicester City.

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The back five consists of Jordan Pickford, Mason Holgate, Michael Kane, Jerry Mina and Ben Godfrey.

Although Gylfi Sigurdsson should again be at the top of the midfield with Alan and Abdul Docour, Alex Eoby and Richardson both at the top and Dominic Calvert-Levin at the top.

My team (4-4-1-1): Pickford; Holgate, Ken, Mina, Godfrey; EOBB, Decoure, Alan, Richardson; Sigardson; Calvert-Levin

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