Everton will be looking to register their first win in four Premier League games against Norwich City this weekend.
The Toffees, who haven’t collected three points since a 2-1 win over Arsenal in early December, are moving to face the Canaries at their lowest.
Everton are just eight points ahead of the relegation zone and are not doing too well, with Rafa Benitez coming under increasing pressure.
Norwich v Everton: talkSPORT commentary
This Premier League shock will take place on Saturday January 15 with a kick-off at Carrow Road scheduled for 3pm.
talkSPORT 2 will have exclusive coverage starting at 2:30 p.m. with Dan Windle as the presenter.
Comments will then come from Ian Danter and ex-Arsenal winger Perry Groves.
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Norwich v Everton: team news
The hosts will still be without Christoph Zimmermann, Lukas Rupp, Mathias Normann, Billy Gilmour and Andrew Omobamidele due to injury.
Todd Cantwell remains a doubt after the illness but Josh Sargent should be available following his absence against West Ham for personal reasons.
Everton, meanwhile, also face a string of injury issues with Tom Davies, Richarlison, Yerry Mina, Fabian Delph and Jarrad Branthwaite.
Alex Iwobi is on an international mission at the Africa Cup of Nations, but Anwar El Ghazi is set to make his debut after his loan from Aston Villa.
Norwich v Everton: what was said?
Dean Smith has begged fans to stop the ‘sarcastic’ chants which he says are not helping his side’s chances of survival in the Premier League.
“I can be honest and say I don’t like the sarcasm from our own fans,” he said.
“We have to be together in this fight to stay in the league and, like I said, the reasons for our performance and the results of the last three Premier League games.
“We also need our supporters to be with us, and I know there is sometimes only a minority, but I would ask them to refrain from that and support us and I hope we can their give something to scream. “