Everton defender Leighton Baines has been ruled out for three months after ankle surgery so 19-year-old Brendon Galloway is expected to deputise at left-back again at Southampton.
Forward Kevin Mirallas has recovered from the ankle injury which forced him off against Watford last weekend.
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Cannabis farms worth £1.35 million have been found close to the site where Liverpool's biggest ever cannabis farm was found two weeks ago.Read the full story ›
Merseyside Police say they have found one of the largest cannabis farms ever discovered in the area at an apartment block in Everton.Read the full story ›
Everton captain Phil Jagielka admits they have to find a way to regain their consistency next season in order to avoid a repeat of a disappointing campaign.
A combination of European football and a high number of injuries left the Toffees facing a relegation battle for a brief period.
They pulled themselves out of it in a run of six matches from which they picked up 16 points but they can finish no higher than 10th this season and will fall way short of their 72-point tally of 12 months ago.
"It has been frustrating season," said the captain, who recorded a clean sweep at this week's club awards winning player of the season, players' player and goal of the season for his long-range strike in the Merseyside derby at Anfield.
"We have played some really good football and really average football as well and it has been a case of us not finding the consistency of last season.
"We have one more game to go. We hope to finish off well and look at where things went wrong for most of the season and then hopefully address it for the start of next."
The most successful Chairman in the history of Everton only goes some way to defining the impact Sir Philip Carter had at Goodison Park.Read the full story ›
Former Everton chairman Sir Philip Carter has died. The Football Club said it was 'deeply saddened.'
Sir Philip, 87, died peacefully at home on Thursday morning after a short illness. The club paid tribute saying: 'He served Everton with immense distinction.'
Everton boss Roberto Martinez has hit back at what he feels has been some "cheap talk" about his players.Read the full story ›