It’s do or die for Sean Dyche’s side on Sunday afternoon against Bournemouth.
Of the three teams that can still go down, Everton at least have their Premier League destiny in their own hands.
Leeds United and Leicester City could both win their matches against Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United respectively, but still be relegated if the Toffees are able to get the three points at Goodison Park.
Fortunately for the hosts, the Cherries arrive on Merseyside with only Premier League positioning to play for.
— Everton (@Everton) May 28, 2023
If the visitors get the win and results elsewhere also go their way, they could move up two places which would be financially advantageous.
? TEAM NEWS ?
? Neto absent for personal reasons
? Billing fit and back in to start
? Ouattara also in the XI
— AFC Bournemouth ? (@afcbournemouth) May 28, 2023
Everton need to be on their guard from the first whistle too, given how well Bournemouth did at Arsenal a few weeks ago.
The team from the south coast certainly have a big result in them if they want this win badly enough, so Dyche will have to get into his players and make sure that, to a man, they are giving absolutely everything to stay in the English top-flight.
The XI that Dyche has chosen could be heroes or zeros come 6.15pm this evening: Pickford, Tarkowski, Coady, Mina, McNeil, Iwobi, Doucoure, Gana, Garner, Onana and Gray.
Bournemouth XI: Travers, Kelly, Brooks, Lerma, Solanke, Christie, Ouattara, Smith, Senesi, Zabarnyi and Billing.
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