Latest West Brom v Everton odds, plus team news and match preview as Roberto Martinez’s side head to the Baggies tonight (KO 20:00GMT).
Everton will bid to leapfrog both Liverpool and Spurs on Monday when they travel to the midlands to face West Bromwich Albion.
The Toffee’s dropped to sixth in the table following Spurs win over Swansea on Sunday but with Liverpool dropping points at home to Villa on Saturday, a win over WBA would see Roberto Martinez side move into the top four.
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Martinez is expected to hand a debut to recent signing Aiden McGeady with Romelu Lukaku set to return to the club where he enjoyed a successful loan spell last season.
Sylvain Distin set to return from a hamstring problem, while Ross Barkley is likely to miss out with a fractured toe.
Pep Mel meanwhile will take charge of WBA for the first time tonight and the former Real Betis manager will do with a big endorsement from his fellow Spaniard.
Martinez has tipped the 50 year old will succeed in England, telling reporters “I think he will surprise a lot of people. He has been very successful in his time in Spain,”
“The first time I was aware of his work was at Rayo Vallecano when he got them promoted to the top league against the odds with a very small budget and since then he has done a remarkable job wherever he has been.
“It is probably the wrong time to face Pepe Mel, but we wish him the best of luck after Monday.
“I can see this West Brom side being a different one to what has been so far this season.
“We know their players really well, but they will do things differently.
“But we will concentrate on ourselves and try to be as good as we can in the things we do.”
West Brow have a good recent record against Everton at the Hawthorns, winning four of the last 6 games but with just one win in their last 12 games in all competitions confidence will be low in the Baggies camp.
Mel faces a striking selection headache ahead of his first game following the club’s decision to sell Shane Long to Hull and doubts over Victor Anichebe and Stephane Sessegnon.