Everton are set to face Leicester City in their match day 14 fixture in the English Premier League at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.
The visitors are clearly struggling in the ongoing campaign as the Toffees were placed 16th position on the league table with just 14 points before the weekend’s action began.
Therefore, Everton manager Marco Silva’s position at the club is under serious threat and another poor result on Sunday might could end his Goodison Park tenure.
The Merseysiders are on a poor run as they have suffered five defeats in the last 10 matches in all competitions, which has included just three wins.
Everton will be without their captain Seamus Coleman, who has been ruled out of the match against the Foxes, while Fabian Delph, Morgan Schneiderlin and Theo Walcott are all uncertain to start for the travelling team, as per BBC Sport.
However, the good news for the away fans is that Brazilian attacker Bernard might well feature in the game after returning to full training following a knee injury.
Everton and Leicester have faced each other 20 times before, with both teams emerging victorious six times each and the other eight matches endingas a draw.
However, in the previous fixture between both teams on January 1 earlier this year, it was Leicester who came out on top by a 1-0 margin.