Everton face Burnley this weekend in the Premier League having not enjoyed the best of times against the Clarets last time out.
The Toffees were on the end of a 1-0 home defeat when the two sides played each other back in October, with Ronald Koeman sacked as manager later that month.
On that day at Goodison Park both Oumar Niasse and Dominic Calvert-Lewin started and failed to find the back of the net against a resolute defence put out by Sean Dyche.
With the duo still remaining Sam Allardyce's main options in attack, is this the perfect time to bring January signing Cenk Tosun back into the fold for a starting position?
Things have not worked out well with Tosun since the striker completed a £27m (BBC) move from Besiktas, having played just four times - starting two - since and there has even been a report from talkSPORT that the 26-year-old could return to Turkey this summer.
Yet surely the forward has not been given enough of a chance to prove himself in English football and with Niasse and Calvert-Lewin having struggled against Dyche's men last time, perhaps playing the Turkey international on Saturday (March 3) could be the start of that.