The final Premier League match of 2016 is at Anfield where title contenders Liverpool and Manchester City meet.
Saturday's game sees Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola renew their rivalry.
During their time managing in Germany they faced each other eight times, with four victories apiece.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman feels Premier League basement boys Hull's recent performances show they should not be viewed as easy opponents.
The rock-bottom Tigers go into tonight's clash against the Toffees at the KCOM Stadium having won only one of their previous 16 league fixtures and losing their last three in a row.
While Everton will certainly fancy their chances of inflicting another defeat, Koeman has emphasised he was impressed by some of what he saw from Hull in their last two outings, a 1-0 reverse at West Ham and 3-0 home loss to Manchester City.
This was his reaction to the suggestion that Everton fans may well be expecting another victory to add to the 2-0 Boxing Day triumph at Leicester:
Cumbria Police made two arrests following today’s Boxing Day match between Kendal Town and Lancaster City at Kendal’s home ground in Park Side Road.
Officers have arrested two men on suspicion of assault. The arrests relate to three separate alleged assaults.
The match was briefly delayed during the second half following disruption.
The game recommenced and finished 1-0 to Kendal. The coach carrying Lancaster City supporters was escorted out of the county by Cumbria Police to ensure no further disorder.
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