Record signing Richarlison is suspended, while there have been several injuries picked up during the international break
Marco Silva could field an Everton team without 12 first first-team players against West Ham United this Sunday.
The Toffees boss has seen his squad become further depleted since the international break, with several key figures set to be missing to face the Hammers.
With much of the attention focused on Liverpool’s incredible start to the season, the blue side of Merseyside have been neglected – despite making a positive start.
The Toffees sit seventh in the Premier League, but were left frustrated after dropping points at home to Huddersfield Town.
However, that could be about to change.
Seamus Coleman is the most recent high-profile absentee after Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill confirmed his captain had suffered a stress fracture in his foot.
Club-record signing Richarlison is still suspended after being sent off away at Bournemouth, and Theo Walcott is also struggling through injury.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin lasted just eight minutes of the England Under-21s game against Latvia before limping out with an ankle injury.
James McCarthy (calf), Michael Keane (hairline fracture of the skull), Phil Jagielka (cartilage injury) and Andre Gomes (hamstring) are all set for extended spells on the sidelines.
After a successful loan spell at RB Leipzig during the second half of last season, Ademola Lookman could be handed a rare Premier League start
Midfield enforcer Idrissa Gueye has a troublesome knee injury which could keep him out, with fellow midfielder Beni Baningime also struggling.
Former Barcelona man and World Cup star Yerry Mina will miss out, having arrived at Goodison Park with an ankle knock.
Bernard, a free transfer signing from Shahktar Donetsk, is also still not available.