Everton v Manchester United (October 17)
Manchester United will be determined to bounce back from the 3-0 defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium before the international break.
While the Red Devils have better players than Everton, Roberto Martinez’s side are strong at home and have lofty ambitions of their own.
It will be tough for United to win the match at Goodison Park, but they should be able to pick up a point.
Everton 1-1 Manchester United
Arsenal v Everton (October 24)
Arsenal will head into this game as favourites, but Everton have lofty ambitions of their own this campaign and will be determined to win at the Emirates Stadium.
Martinez’s side are doing well at the moment, and there is a chance that they could end up in the top four of the Premier League this campaign.
A draw is not impossible, but Arsene Wenger’s team should just be able eke out a win.
Arsenal 2-1 Everton
Everton v Sunderland (November 1)
Sunderland are in dire form at the moment, but things could change under new manager Sam Allardyce in the coming days.
The Black Cats will probably not aim to collect all three points at Goodison Park, while Everton will want to win.
A draw is not entirely impossible, but the Toffees should be able to pick up all three points from this game.
Everton 2-0 Sunderland
West Ham United v Everton (November 7)
This will be a very entertaining match and should have some goals. Both West Ham and Everton will be determined to win, which means that it will be hugely competitive.
A single goal could decide the outcome of the contest. The Hammers will have to be considered favourites to win, despite the Merseyside outfit's ambitions and quality.
West Ham United 1-0 Everton