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Today’s opponents Leicester City were knocked out of the Europa Conference League at the semi-final stage in disappointing circumstances on Thursday, so it will be interesting to see how many changes Brendan Rodgers will make and indeed with nothing to play for how motivated they will be.
The last time the two sides met just a couple of weeks ago the Blues were coming off a ten-day break and looked flat as the Foxes easily passed their way out of the press and ran rings around their hosts at Goodison Park.
Everton’s away form has been utterly horrendous — the worst in the league actually — so Frank Lampard will have to find a way to channel the aggression and intensity we saw at Anfield and then last weekend against Chelsea at the King Power Stadium for the Blues to have any chance of surviving the drop.
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The job is not done yet, but the Toffees have given themselves a fighting chance of avoiding the drop. Lampard’s side are two points adrift of safety heading into the weekend, and they have a game in hand on Leeds and Burnley, the two other clubs involved in the battle to avoid demotion to the Championship.
Leicester City turn their attentions back to Premier League action when they welcome Everton to the King Power Stadium today (Sunday).
Brendan Rodgers' men are looking to bounce back from European heartbreak after they were knocked out of the Europa Conference League semi-finals with defeat in Rome on Thursday evening.
Pickford's lightning-quick reactions and intelligent footwork drew praise after he pulled off the seemingly impossible against Chelsea last Sunday. Everton goalkeeping coach Alan Kelly went so far as to describe the stop as "miraculous" while some have compared it to Gordon Banks' iconic save from Pele for England in the 1970 World Cup.