Early optimism remains in full flow at Everton, who travel south with a sense that things are beginning to click. Marco Silva’s summer signings Alex Iwobi and Moise Kean impressed on their full debuts last time out and he has a wealth of attacking options that can damage a brittle Bournemouth defence. Eddie Howe is boosted by the return of midfielder Lewis Cook, who could feature following a cruciate knee injury. Ben Fisher

Sunday 2pm Sky Sports Premier League

Venue Vitality Stadium

Last season Bournemouth 2 Everton 2

Referee Paul Tierney

This season G2 Y9 R0 4.5 cards/game

Odds H 2-1 A 7-5 D 5-2

BOURNEMOUTH

Subs from Boruc, Travers, Ibe, Stacey, Butcher, Rico, Surman, Simpson, Kelly, Kilkenny, L Cook, Dobre, Solanke, Francis

Doubtful Francis (knee), Kelly (ankle)

Injured Brooks (ankle, Oct), Gosling (hip, Oct), Daniels (knee), Danjuma (foot), Stanislas (hamstring, all unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y8 R0

Form DWLL

Leadin scorer H Wilson 2

EVERTON

Subs from Stekelenburg, Schneiderlin, Bernard, Calvert-Lewin, Baines, Sidibé, Holgate, Davies, Walcott, Tosun, Niasse, Feeney

Doubtful None

Injured Lössl (calf, 29 Sept), Gbamin (thigh, Oct)

Suspended None

Discipline Y7 R1

Form DWLW

Leading scorer Richarlison 2



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