Everton return to Premier League action when they welcome Norwich City to Goodison Park on Saturday (15.00 BST).
The Toffees were knocked out of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night. They suffered a penalty shootout loss to QPR following a 2-2 draw after 90 minutes.
Rafa Benitez will be looking for a reaction from Everton, especially after their first defeat of the season last weekend - a 3-0 reverse at Aston Villa.
Here’s all the key information you need to know ahead of the game.
What’s the team news?
Benitez will be without four of his key players for a third successive game.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (quad), Richarlison (knee), Seamus Coleman (hamstring) and Jordan Pickford (shoulder) are all absent.
To make matters worse, Lucas Digne and Andre Gomes were both withdrawn against QPR due to injury.
Benitez was hopeful their respective setbacks are not too serious but we await news on if the pair be available.
Fabian Delph continues his recovery from a shoulder injury and Jean-Philippe Gbamin remains sidelined with a thigh issue.
Could Benitez spring a surprise?
Should Digne be out, the Everton boss has problems in both full-back positions.
At right-back, Jonjoe Kenny failed to take his chance against QPR while Ben Godfrey struggled in a makeshift role at Villa.
The pair and Mason Holgate are Benitez’s options.
On the opposite flank, Godfrey or Jarrad Branthwaite could deputise if Digne is absent.
Meanwhile, Anthony Gordon was lively at Loftus Road. The winger’s done himself no hard as he bids for more top-flight chances.
What about the opposition?
Norwich were without influential midfielder Todd Cantwell in their 3-0 loss to Liverpool because of personal reasons. He could return.
Meanwhile, Christoph Zimmermann and Przemyslaw Placheta are both sidelined.
Everton(4-4-1-1): Begovic, Godfrey, Mina, Keane, Digne, Townsend, Doucoure, Allan, Townsend, Iwobi, Rondon.
Norwich (4-4-2): Krul, Aarons, Kabak, Hanley, Williams, Gilmour, Normann, McLean; Sargent, Pukki, Rashica.
Is the match on TV?
No. The game isn’t being broadcast live.
Can I stream the match?
No. As the game kicks off at 15.00, it is part of the blackout that means the match cannot be broadcast.
BBC’s Final Score and Sky Sports’ Gillette Soccer Saturday will provide updates throughout the game.
How can I watch highlights?
Extended highlights will be on Match of the Day on BBC One, with the programme starting at 22.30.
For all the post-match analysis, follow our coverage on LiverpoolWorld.