Everton boss Frank Lampard. Picture: Michael Regan/Getty Images
Richarlison will look to contnue his goalscoring exploits upfront - the winner against Chelsea was his fourth goal in five games.
Behind the Brazilian, the duo of Anthony Gordon, Demarai Gray will look to create.
The experienced Fabian Delph has been a steady head in the Toffees midfield, and retains his position in the starting lineup alongside Abdoulaye Doucoure.
Behind them, the colossal Yerry Mina starts consecutive games for the first time since his return from injury alongside Mason Holgate and Seamus Coleman.
Vitaliy Mykolenko starts at left wing-back with Alex Iwobi backed for another strong performance in the unfamiliar right wing-back position.
Jordan Pickford starts again in goal after a string of heroic saves against Chelsea.
Calvert-Lewin remains fit enough only for the bench, where he will sit alongside the likes of Allan, Dele Alli and Solomon rondon.
Everton can pull themselves out of the bottom three if they win, and can go as high as 16th with the three points.
Everton lineup: Pickford; Iwobi, Coleman, mina, Holgate, Mykolenko; Doucoure, Delph; Gordon, Richarlison, Gray
Subs: Begovic, Kenny, Keane, Allan, Calvert-Lewin, Gomes, Rondon, Alli, Welch