Leicester City fell to a shock 1-0 defeat at the King Power Stadium against Cardiff City on the weekend.
The Foxes had just beaten Chelsea and Manchester City in successive matches before losing to Neil Warnock’s side, who scored a stoppage-time winner.
The final whistle was greeted by a chorus of boos in a match that Leicester could have finished off on multiple occasions, but poor finishing and great goalkeeping kept them out.
Claude Puel must now get his players together and regroup for the trip to Goodison Park to face a very inconsistent Everton team, who lost to Brighton on Saturday.
Here’s how we think Leicester could line up tomorrow.
GK - Kasper Schmeichel
The Danish international seems to be getting better every game and he should keep his place.
RB - Ricardo Pereira
Pereira has been a standout performer so far this season and played well against Cardiff. He’s likely to start once again in the right-back position.
CB - Caglar Soyuncu
With Wes Morgan and Jonny Evans still doubtful, Soyuncu could make another start at centre-back.
CB - Harry Maguire
Maguire has had a steady few matches and should pair up alongside Soyuncu tomorrow.
LB - Ben Chilwell
Chilwell should be the final piece in the back four for Leicester.
CDM - Wilfred Ndidi
Ndidi has been solid in midfield in recent weeks and will be needed once again against a tough Everton midfield.
CDM - Hamza Choudhury
Choudhury was rested for the match against Cardiff and it could now be Nampalys Mendy’s turn to be rested. Choudhury is expected to come back into the team against the Toffees.
RM - Rachid Ghezzal
Ghezzal played well after coming on for Leicester against Cardiff. He dribbled well with the ball and Puel could reward him with a start.
CAM - James Maddison
Maddison could be given the freedom to roam in the attacking midfield position which is where he is at his best. He’ll be hoping to make up for his penalty miss vs Cardiff.
LM - Demarai Gray
Gray’s pace could be vital for the Foxes on the counter-attack. He’s proved his worth in other away matches this season and could start tomorrow.
ST - Jamie Vardy
Vardy will battle for a starting spot with Kelechi Iheanacho and after the Englishman’s good performances in recent weeks, he will be expecting to get the nod.