Team news and stats ahead of Fulham vs Everton in the Premier League on Sunday (kick-off 12pm).
Fulham will again check on midfielder Mario Lemina, who has been out with a hamstring problem, ahead of Sunday's Premier League match against Everton.
Cottagers boss Scott Parker reported no fresh injury problems following the international break, but French forward Aboubakar Kamara will serve out a three-match suspension.
Dutch defender Kenny Tete is stepping up his recovery from a calf problem, along with Terence Kongolo (ankle) but both are not yet ready for a return.
Everton forward Richarlison returns after a three-match suspension.
Midfielders Fabian Delph (knock) and Allan (muscle) are fit but defender Seamus Coleman has been ruled out after sustaining an injury in training for the Republic of Ireland.
Long-term absentee Jean-Philippe Gbamin is closing in on a return in the next couple of weeks.
The now-regular Pitch to Post preview podcast pitch has come Fulham's way this weekend - with Sky Sports Football reporter Ron Walker predicting the Cottagers to surprise Everton and pick up three points to move further away from the relegation zone.
"I've put Fulham to shock Everton, but given Everton's form, I'm not sure how much of a shock it would be," he told the podcast.
"Fulham's performances haven't really told in terms of results, they've still only got one win, but they are now outside the bottom three, played quite well last time out against West Ham and would have got a draw if Ademola Lookman had scored his penalty, and beat West Brom before that.
"It takes two to tango; Everton have taken one point from their last four games, they looked very fragile last time out against Manchester United. They played quite well until United equalised, but then they went to pieces.
"Scott Parker will see this as an opportunity. Fulham don't have a huge amount to lose with the way they've started, obviously they need points, but anything's a bonus on the results they've had in most of their games so far.
"They were looking like cannon fodder in the opening weeks of the season, but the results haven't reflected in how they've started to turn things around in terms of their overall play."
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Everton have used 25 players this season, that's more than any team in the Premier League. That has been the major problem for Carlo Ancelotti. The drop off in quality from his first-choice XI to his back-ups make Everton a tough team to assess without knowing precisely who will be starting. The return of Richarlison is an obvious boost as it's been chalk and cheese in terms of performances from the first five games to the last three in which he missed. All those ended in defeat.
A fourth on the spin could be on the cards too against an improving Fulham, who didn't lose too much of my faith in the defeat at West Ham. There was nothing between the sides there as Scott Parker's 4-4-1-1 formation with Tom Cairney, André-Frank Zambo Anguissa and Ademola Lookman in support of Aleksandar Mitrovic provided a nice balance in forward areas. That foursome can trouble a shaky Everton defence.
JONES KNOWS PREDICTS: 2-1 (12/1 with Sky Bet)
- Fulham won their last Premier League meeting with Everton (2-0 in April 2019), ending a run of 10 league games without a win against the Toffees (D2 L8). It was Scott Parker's first victory as a manager in the competition.
- Everton have only failed to score in one of their last nine Premier League meetings with Fulham, though it was their last such match against them in April 2019 (0-2).
- Of all Premier League fixtures to have been played on more than 10 occasions, Fulham vs Everton has seen the highest percentage of home wins, with 23 of the 28 meetings between the two being won by the home side (82%).
- Everton have won their last two Premier League games in London, as many as they had in their previous 26 such games (W2 D11 L13). They last won three league games in a row in the capital back in April 1987.
- After conceding 10 goals in their first three Premier League games this season, Fulham have now shipped just five in their last five in the competition, picking up their first victory of the campaign in that run (2-0 vs West Brom).
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