Wolfsburg vs Everton Live Streaming : Europa League Schedule for Toffees

Its time for the Europa League once more with Wolfsburg v Everton live stream, match preview and odds from Germany (Ko 18:00).

Everton will be out to secure their progression from Group H when they travel to Germany to take on Wolfsburg. Everton require a draw on Thursday to make sure of their progression to the next stage of the competition while a win will see them clinch top spot.

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The Toffee’s will head into the clash in good form of late, winning three and drawing two of their last five.

The club, 3-0 winners in the reverse fixture at Goodison Park, are unbeaten in seven in all competitions and according to defender, Sylvain Distin confidence is high within the squad.

“We’re full of confidence at the moment. We always have been, to be honest” the former Newcastle defender told Everton TV.

“Even if things were a bit difficult at the beginning of the season, we were aware of our qualities and knew that things were going to get back on track.

“At the moment, things are going well but it’s going to be a tough game. Wolfsburg are a really, really good team and I’m sure after the game we had here they’re going to try to reverse that.”

Manager Roberto Martinez could had a first appearance in over 12 months to Arouna Kone. The forward has struggled with injury since joining the club but formed part of the 20-man party for the game.

Also included is 17-year-old Ryan Ledson, who could be in line for a senior debut however Steven Naismith has remained in Liverpool after sustaining a hamstring injury in Saturday’s 2-1 win over West Ham.

Also missing for the Toffees are Antolin Alcaraz and John Stones while Wolfsburg have doubts over Josuha Guilavogui, Ricardo Rodriguez and Vieirinha.

Dieter Hecking’s side, currently second in the German top flight, saw their run of 8 straight wins in all competitions come to an end at the weekend with a 3-2 defeat to Schalke. The club have been strong at home and recently beat Group H rivals Krasnodar 5-1.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.