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Picking the Best Potential Everton Lineup to Face Tottenham in the Premier League on Sunday

Marco Silva's Everton look to return to winning ways when they face high-flying Tottenham at Goodison Park.

Winless in four after a 3-1 defeat to reigning champions Manchester City, the Toffees could move into the last Europa League spot depending on other results.

Long term absentee James McCarthy could return after an eleven month lay-off, whilst Dominic- Calvert Lewin is pushing for a start after his goal last week. 

Here's how Silva's men could line up come kick off.

1. Goalkeeper & Defenders

Jordan Pickford (GK) - Ever-present in between the sticks this season, the England international will be keen to continue banishing the memories of his gargantuan blunder at Liverpool a few weeks ago with a solid performance.

Seamus Coleman (RB) - Found wanting in their recent draw with Watford, the Republic of Ireland international can't afford to make similar mistakes against the dangerous Lucas Moura.

Michael Keane (CB) - After making his 100th Premier League appearance last time out, the former Burnley defender is no stranger to facing some of the division's most feared strikers. Knows he has a big job shepherding Harry Kane.

Yerry Mina (CB) - Should the Colombian pass a late fitness test, he'll be expected to start ahead of Kurt Zouma.

Lucas Digne (LB) - Despite causing problems in attacking areas, the summer arrival from Spanish giants Barcelona may be forced to concentrate on defensive duties this Sunday.

2. Midfielders

Theo Walcott (RAM) - Enjoyed an electric start to the campaign, but hasn't replicated the form that saw him register two goals in his opening three games.

Andre Gomes (CM) - Possessing calmness and precision on the ball, the on-loan Barcelona maestro has been one of Everton's most impressing performers this campaign.

Idrissa Gueye (CM) - Battling with Harry Winks and Moussa Sissoko in central midfield, the Senegalese international's experience could be integral to winning the battle for possession. 

Gylfi Sigurdsson (CAM) - Thwarted by Ben Foster from the spot in their last home game, the Icelandic midfielder will be desperate for a chance at redemption against his former club.

Bernard (LAM) - With one assist in 14 outings, the Brazilian's contribution must improve if his side are to inflict meaningful damage down the left flank.

3. Forwards

Richarlison (ST) - Has led the line brilliantly since his hefty £50m move from Watford and has has already surpassed his total of five goals last term. Up against prominent defensive figure Toby Alderweireld, the Brazilian forward is seeking a ninth league goal in a blue shirt.