Despite Everton’s important 1-0 victory over Man Utd on Saturday, Frank Lampard may have to make some difficult decisions about his starting lineup.
Everton needed to put their recent defeats to West Ham United and Burnley behind them, and they did so at Goodison Park on Saturday.
Anthony Gordon’s first-half goal, which was guided by Harry Maguire’s heavy deflection, sealed the victory for the Blues.
Lampard made four changes to his team for Saturday’s match against United, compared to the one that faced the Burnley squad just a few days earlier.
On April 20th, Everton will face Leicester City in their next game. There is a postponement due to Crystal Palace’s involvement in the FA Cup semi-final match against Chelsea this weekend at Wembley.
Yerry Mina could return to full fitness after the Blues go ten days without playing.
He has not been seen since Lampard’s second match in charge, when he was substituted in the 3-1 loss to Newcastle because of an injury.
Even though Dominic Calvert-starting Lewin’s spot is up for grabs, the manager will have to make a big decision about his final place in the team.
Gray, who came on as a substitute against United, could start if manager Frank Lampard wants to change things up.