LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 29:  Cenk Tosun of Everton celebrates with teammates after scoring his sides second goal during the Premier League match between Everton FC and Fulham FC at Goodison Park on September 29, 2018 in Liverpool, United Kingdom.  (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Picking the Best Potential Everton Lineup to Face Leicester on Saturday

Everton travel to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester on Saturday afternoon.

The Toffees picked up their second league win of the season last weekend against Fulham and they will hoping that the result will have acted as a turning point after a slow start to their 2018/19 campaign.

Here's a look at how Everton could potentially line up.

1. Goalkeeper & Defenders

Jordan Pickford (GK) - England's number one will keep his place in goal.

Jonjoe Kenny (RB) - Seamus Coleman remains out injured, so Kenny will continue to fill in at right-back.

Michael Keane (CB) - Whilst Yerry Mina continues to fight to get fit, Keane has another chance to stake his claim for an automatic starting spot.

Kurt Zouma (CB) - Zouma will continue to partner Keane after the duo helped Everton to keep their first clean sheet of the season against Fulham. The Frenchman will be full of confidence of his reinstatement in the national team.

Lucas Digne (LB) - Digne has all but pushed Leighton Baines out of the first team picture, so he will start on the left flank. He will be equally pleased following his call up from Les Bleus.

2. Midfielders

Tom Davies (DM) - The youngster looks revitalised under Marco Silva and will play as a box to box midfielder, providing the link between defence and attack.

Idrissa Gueye (DM) - Often Everton's unsung hero, Gueye will do the dirty work in midfield, mopping up Leicester's failed attacks.

Theo Walcott (RM) - Walcott has two goals already this season and looks to have firmly settled in his new home.

Richarlison (LM) - Following his red card against Bournemouth, Richarlison's form has dipped slightly, but he will still provide a serious threat on the wing.

Gylfi Sigurdsson (AM) - Sigurdsson is finally flourishing for the Toffees and his man of the match performance against Fulham is proof of this.

3. Forward

Cenk Tosun (ST) - Tosun has come under a lot of criticism for his slow start to the season, but he should get the nod to start after scoring off the bench against Fulham.

Another goal against Leicester may just be enough to win over a number of fans who have started to turn against the Turkish striker.