We bring you the details from Roberto Martinez's press conference earlier today.
The Ivorian striker has been out for over a year with injury, but made his comeback for the club's development side in midweek during their fixture with Celtic.
It was a display which did enough to convince his manager that he was ready to be called back up to the first-team and he will be on the substitutes' bench tomorrow night, Martinez confirmed at a press conference today.
RM: "It is great news on Arouna Kone, who came through 45 minutes really well with the U21s last night and will be in the squad tomorrow."— Everton (@Everton) November 26, 2014
Everton can qualify from their Europa League group if they win against their German opponents tomorrow night, but it looks set to be a tough test of their credentials.
The Toffees comfortably beat Wolfsburg at Goodison Park earlier in the campaign, running out 4-1 winners against them.
However, Martinez has insisted a repeat scoreline is unlikely this time around as he feels Dieter Hecking's side are stronger than they showed in the previous fixture.
RM: "We have massive respect for Wolfsburg. We know they are in good form, but the squad is ready for the challenge." #WOLvEFC— Everton (@Everton) November 26, 2014
The Spanish manager has also been dealt a blow as Steven Naismith is unlikely to make it.
The in-form Scotland international has been suffering with soft tissue damage and is likely to miss out, although Martinez thinks he could be back for this weekend's game against Tottenham Hotspur.
RM: "Steven Naismith has a soft tissue problem, but we don't think it is serious. He has a 50-50 chance for the weekend." #WOLvEFC— Everton (@Everton) November 26, 2014
Everton are currently unbeaten in their last seven games and they will be hoping to extending that run to eight.