Elland Road, Leeds, England
Key Stat: Only two teams, Crystal Palace and West Brom, have conceded more goals than Leeds (36) this season.
Expert Verdict: Everton's away form has been better than at home this season but the Toffees face a stiff test at Elland Road against a Leeds team who have climbed up the table with back-to-back wins. The hosts have the momentum and the top half of the table in their sights.
Everton will look to arrest their slide in form when they travel to Elland Road to face a Leeds United side who themselves are back on the up. Marcelo Bielsa’s team go into this match after back-to-back wins and would move within a point of the Toffees with a third straight victory. The match, on February 3, kicks off at 19:30 local time.
Defenders:Luke Ayling, Pascal Struijk, Liam Cooper, Ezgjan Alioski
Defensive Midfielders:Kalvin Phillips
Attacking Midfielders:Helder Costa, Stuart Dallas, Mateusz Klich, Jack Harrison
Defenders:Mason Holgate, Yerry Mina, Michael Keane, Ben Godfrey
Defensive Midfielders:Abdoulaye Doucoure, Andre Gomes
Attacking Midfielders:Richarlison, James Rodriguez, Lucas Digne
Forwards:Dominic Calvert Lewin
Leeds beat Everton 1-0 in November, in their first league meeting for 16-and-a-half years and their first match of any kind since September 2012. Raphinha’s goal, 11 minutes from the end, proved to be the only of the game.
Leeds are favourites to win at home to Everton and can be backed at 6/4 to win with 888sport and Betway.
Both teams to score has been set at 8/15 with Betway and Bet365.
Patrick Bamford is battling to overcome a dead leg, but he is 5/4 with Betway to score at any time should he do so.
Everton have lost their momentum in recent weeks, while Leeds are getting theirs back. With home advantage too, Leeds are favourites to win.