please log in to view this image Sunday 3rd November 4.30pm Premier League Goodison Park It was mixed performance on Sunday on Merseyside and we're following it up just down the road. Another Sunday, another Merseyside fixture, though we face a side in far less impressive form. The Blue side of Liverpool have been as miserable as we have this year. There's some pressure on both coaches to get a result here and playing late in the weekend will add to it. Can Pochettino get things moving or will Silva turn the screw and get Everton up the table? Everton's start to the season has been fairly poor and the feeling is probably exaggerated for the fans. Their neighbours doing well adds to the tension and misery, which we can all understand. A fairly busy transfer window hasn't helped them, especially as one of their star performers departed. Idrissa Gueye joined PSG and he may have taken the heart out of their midfield. His new club demolishing their Champions League group adds weight to that argument. A lot of The Toffees' struggles have come on the road though, where they've only picked up one point. Their home form hasn't been too bad, winning 3 and losing 2, one of which was to Man City. They've also strung together a decent run in the Carabao Cup, including a midweek win. Watford were the latest team to fall, losing their second match at Goodison this season. Mason Holgate and Richarlison got the goals this time: This was one of our standout performances in the last campaign, as we scored six and could've got more. Walcott opened the scoring for the hosts and they thought they'd added to it when Calvert-Lewin netted soon after. It was disallowed for a push and Son leveled things up almost immediately, before Alli gave us the lead. Kane added a third before half-time and Eriksen put us 4-1 up just after the break with a great strike. Sigurdsson pulled one back quickly, but Son and Kane added to their goals to seal the points: The reverse fixture came on the last day of the domestic season and it was a strange one. Dier's early goal suggested things might be easy, as we needed a point to seal Champions League football. A very one-sided start lead to a fairly flat middle period, as both teams seemed to be in holiday mode. Walcott grabbed an equaliser with about 20 minutes to go and unsettled things, then Tosun added a second. Eriksen's free-kick in reply ensured a nervy finish, but the flurry of goals wasn't added to by either side: No injury update yet, but Lloris is out long-term, while Lamela missed the trip to Anfield on the weekend. Danny Rose misses out through suspension, having picked up his fifth yellow card against Liverpool. Gbamin and Bernard are out for Everton, while Mina faces a late test. Lineups for each side's last league game: Spurs: Gazzaniga; Aurier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Rose; Sissoko, Winks, Alli; Eriksen, Kane, Son. Subs: Austin, Vertonghen, Davies, Dier, Ndombele, Lo Celso, Moura. League form: WLWLDL. Everton: Pickford; Sidibe, Keane, Holgate, Digne; Davies, Gomes; Walcott, Iwobi, Bernard; Richarlison. Subs: Lossl, Coleman, Schneiderlin, Delph, Sigurdsson, Calvert-Lewin, Kean. League form: LLLLWL. Referee: Martin Atkinson. VAR: Anthony Taylor. TV: Sky Sports. How would you like to line up for this one and what would you change from the Liverpool game? Would you make wholesale changes, tinker slightly or leave things alone? Which system and tactics would you use and what are you expecting Everton to go with?