Both teams are unchanged from their league matches last weekend.
Everton (4-1-4-1) Pickford; Coleman, Mina, Keane, Digne; Allan; James, Doucoure, Andre Gomes, Richarlison; Calvert-Lewin.
Substitutes: Joao Virginia, Kenny, Sigurdsson, Iwobi, Davies, Bernard, Kean.
West Brom (3-4-2-1) Johnstone; Ajayi, Bartley, O’Shea; Furlong, Livermore, Sawyers, Gibbs; Pereira, Diangana; Robinson.
Substitutes: Button, Kipre, Phillips, Harper, Field, Robson-Kanu, Edwards.
Referee Mike Dean.
Hello. It’s been eight years since Everton won the first two league games of the season. Baby steps and all that, but this is a good chance to build on their impressive 1-0 win at Spurs on Sunday. Everton looked organised and purposeful, with a sprinkling of fantasy from James Rodriguez. A few folk have been getting carried away, human nature being what it is, but Carlo Ancelotti will know that the Spurs game was literally only a thirty-eighth of the league season.
On paper, this is the perfect follow-up fixture. West Brom struggled against Leicester and were eventually well beaten. They have a tough start to the season – Chelsea are up next – but will be desperate to get some points on the board as soon as possible.
Kick off 12.30pm.