home team
Vardy (58')
away team
Vardy (58')
Tuesday 01 January 2019, 12:30 Goodison Park

Ademola Lookman is in contention for Everton after missing the Blues’ past three matches with an ankle injury.

Leicester centre-backs Jonny Evans and Wes Morgan could return, having missed the Foxes’ defeat to Cardiff City on Saturday through illness. Ghana defender Daniel Amartey remains sidelined.


Past five Premier League matches

Brighton & Hove Albion (a) Lost 1-0
Burnley (a) Won 5-1
Tottenham Hotspur (h) Lost 6-2
Manchester City (a) Lost 3-1
Watford (h) Drew 2-2

Leicester City
Cardiff City (h) Lost 1-0
Manchester City (h) Won 2-1
Chelsea (a) Won 1-0
Crystal Palace (a) Lost 1-0
Tottenham Hotspur (h) Lost 2-0



Top goalscorers
1. Richarlison: 9
2. Gylfi Sigurdsson: 8
3. Dominic Calvert-Lewin/Lucas Digne/Theo Walcott: 3


Most shots
1. Gylfi Sigurdsson: 47
2. Richarlison: 44
3. Theo Walcott: 28

Most tackles
1. Idrissa Gana Gueye: 70
2. Lucas Digne: 39
3. Seamus Coleman: 28

Leicester City

Top goalscorers
1. Jamie Vardy: 6
2. James Maddison: 5
3: Marc Albrighton/Ricardo Pereira/Demarai Gray/Harry Maguire: 2

Most shots
1. Wilfred Ndidi: 37
2. James Maddison: 36
3. Jamie Vardy: 34

Most tackles
1. Ricardo Pereira: 75
2. Wilfred Ndidi: 65
3. James Maddison: 26

ONE TO WATCH: James Maddison


The 22-year-old has impressively made the step up to Premier League football after signing for a reported £24 million from Championship club Norwich City last summer. An England Under-21 international, the skilful midfielder scored 15 times for the Canaries in 2017-18. He has promptly showcased his eye for goal for the Foxes, too, finding the back of the net on five occasions this season. 

MAN IN THE MIDDLE: Martin Atkinson

Premier League games refereed this season: 16
Yellow cards issued: 49
Red cards issued: 1