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Newcastle, meanwhile, have picked up two wins and two draws from their six outings and will be looking to bounce back from a 4-1 loss to Manchester United in their last home match.
Victory for Everton will give them their third away win of the campaign and they are 19/20 (1.95) favourites with bet365 to take the points.
Newcastle have only beaten the Toffees in two of the last 15 meetings between the sides and are 29/10(3.90) outsiders to improve that record on Sunday.
Just two of the last 13 times these teams have met have ended in draws and another stalemate is priced at 5/2(3.50).
Steve Bruce continues to be without Martin Dubravka, Matt Ritchie, Jonjo Shelvey and Dwight Gayle, meaning he could name the same XIthat drew 1-1 at Wolves.
Richarlison and Lucas Digne are both suspended and so are unavailable along with injured trio Seamus Coleman, Mason Holgate andJean-Philippe Gbamin. James Rodriguez faces a late fitness test.
Everton’s fast start was brought to a screeching halt two weeks ago when they were extremely lucky to escape the Merseyside derby with a draw before looking completely flat in their 2-0 defeat at Southampton.
However, Carlo Ancelotti will be confident of his team at least getting back amongst the goals against a plucky Newcastle side that have conceded 10 times this season – more than all but five teams.
The Magpies, though, have scored in each of their last five games including a pair of late equalisers against Tottenham and Wolves, and should be able to breach a poor Toffees defence that have shipped nine goals in their last five.