Everton boss Sam Allardyce is preparing for a 'one and done' Europa League stint, with his only game managing the club in the competition a dead rubber.
The Toffees travel to Cyprus to face Apollon on Thursday, already eliminated from the competition.
Everton's priority has to be the Premier League clash against rivals Liverpool at the weekend, and several first team players will not even travel for the Europa League game.
This means opportunities for fringe players and youngsters are likely.
Youngster Jonjoe Kenny has been a first team regular in recent weeks and it is likely he could be given a rest, which would be a sign of his progress.
Baningime, 19, was handed his debut earlier in the campaign. He has made three Premier League appearances and two in the Europa League.
Feeney has played one Europa League game this season as a substitute, and will be keen to take advantage of this opportunity.