Marco Silva has the luxury of a fully-fit squad to choose from as Everton travel to Manchester United on Sunday.
United, meanwhile, will be without Marouane Fellaini, Alexis Sanchez and Diogo Dalot.
Jose Mourinho may be able to call on Jesse Lingard and Scott McTominay, however, with both facing late fitness tests having recovered from groin and knee injuries respectively.
Past five Premier League matches
Everton (league position: 8th)
Crystal Palace (h) Won 2-0
Leicester City (a): Won 2-1
Fulham (h): Won 3-0
Arsenal (a): Lost 2-0
West Ham United (h): Lost 3-1
Manchester United (league position: 10th)
Chelsea (a): Drew 2-2
Newcastle United (h): Won 3-2
West Ham United (a): Lost 3-1
Wolverhampton Wanderers (h): Drew 1-1
Watford (a): Won 2-1
1. Gylfi Sigurdsson: 5
2. Richarlison/Dominic Calvert-Lewin: 4
3. Cenk Tosun: 3
1. Gylfi Sigurdsson : 23
2. Cenk Tosun/Richarlison: 16
4. Michael Keane: 14
1. Idrissa Gana Gueye: 43 (1ST in PL)
2. Seamus Coleman: 18
3. Tom Davies: 15
1=. Paul Pogba: 4
1=. Anthony Martial: 4
1=. Romelu Lukaku: 4
1. Paul Pogba: 27
2. Romelu Lukaku: 19
3. Alexis Sanchez: 11
1. Luke Shaw/Victor Lindelof: 12
3. Marouane Felliani/Paul Pogba/Chris Smalling: 9
6: Nemanja Matic/Ashley Young/Antonio Valencia: 8
ONE TO WATCH: ANTHONY MARTIAL
Since joining Manchester United from Monaco in 2015, France international Martial has scored 40 goals in 146 appearances for the Old Trafford club.
He endured a mixed campaign in 2017/18 but has shown glimpses of his undoubted quality already this season – notably in hitting a superb brace for the Red Devils in their 2-2 draw at Chelsea last week.
Pacey, direct and clinical in front of goal, the 22-year-old is a real handful on his day. Cutting off his threat could hold the key to Everton emerging with a fourth Premier League victory on the bounce.
MAN IN THE MIDDLE: JON MOSS
Premier League games refereed this season: 7
Yellow cards issued: 24
Red cards issued: 3