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Everton have a great chance to get back on track on Sunday as they face Premier League strugglers Fulham at Craven Cottage.

The Toffees had a brilliant start to the season, but after no wins in their last four games, the Merseysiders are in danger of sliding down the table.

A game against the newly-promoted outfit couldn’t come at a better time, and after the international break, Carlo Ancelotti has almost a full squad to choose from.

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Indeed Jean-Philippe Gbamin is the only confirmed absentee for the Blues’ trip to London, so Ancelotti will have a number of selection headaches to navigate.

We’ve had a go at predicted the Toffees’ starting XI against Fulham.

Everton’s predicted XI against Fulham

We think the Goodison Park outfit will make two changes for this fixture.

Jordan Pickford gets the nod over Robin Olsen in goal, while there are no changes at the full-back spots with Seamus Coleman and Lucas Digne retaining their spots.

We think the Italian will revert back to the centre-back pairing of Yerry Mina and Michael Keane for this fixture, while the reliable midfield pivot of Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure are once again picked in the midfield.

Going forward, Everton are about as strong as they could hope to be.

Richarlison is back from injury, so we expect him to get a start, while fellow Brazilian Bernard starts on the left-wing after his goal scoring display against Manchester United.

James Rodriguez gets the nod in an attacking midfield role ahead of Gylfi Sigurdsson, while the Premier League’s joint-top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin starts up top.

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