Everton have won their opening two matches of the season without conceding a goal.

They host newly-promoted West Brom tomorrow, who were on the wrong end of a 3-0 thumping at the hands of Leicester last weekend.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side will be favourites for this one, but how will he line up for this one?

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Ancelotti found a winning formula away at Tottenham, but did any of the players that came in against Salford in midweek do enough to impress?

The short answer is no. We expect only Michael Keane to be retained from that midweek stroll against the League 2 outfit.

It will be a different test for Ancelotti’s new 4-3-3. At Spurs, they were able to counter attack, but they’ll dominate possession here.

That’s where James Rodriguez’s invention comes into play and he should get great freedom to roam from the right hand side in an attempt to make things happen here.

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West Brom did a decent job of keeping Leicester at arm’s length for 45 minutes last weekend, so Everton may need to be patient here.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin may fancy his chances of making it two in two games.

Richarlison should have scored against Tottenham and has a chance to put that right here, having been returned to the wing last weekend. He played upfront alongside Calvert-Lewin for much of last season.

This Everton side has enough quality to get the win.

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