Everton head into the match with Fulham 12th in the Premier League.
The Toffees recently experienced a rough run of form, but bounced back last weekend with a 3-0 win over Crystal Palace.
Frank Lampard’s side also have the joint-third-best defence in the Premier League currently.
Ahead of the clash with Fulham, 101GreatGoals take a look at Everton’s team news.
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Frank Lampard has confirmed Nathan Patterson is fit and will be involved in Everton’s matchday squad for the trip to Fulham this weekend.
Patterson had been sidelined since sustaining an ankle injury in Scotland’s 3-0 Nations League win over Ukraine at Hampden Park on 21 September, has completed a full week of training at Finch Farm this week and is now in contention to feature in the capital.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin continues to work his way back to peak condition, having started the past two games and managing 72 and 78 minutes against Newcastle and Crystal Palace respectively.
Speaking ahead of Fulham, Frank Lampard said: “Dominic showed his fitness levels last weekend. If we can keep him fit he’s a huge player for us and a big reference at the top end of the pitch.
“I have nice options now when he’s fit - I’ve got Neal Maupay as well who has come in and been really positive for us.
“But Dominic, with his attributes and history of what he can do at this club, allows you to work off him in different ways.”
Ben Godfrey hasn’t played for Everton since fracturing his leg against Chelsea on the opening day of the season.
The centre-back is expected to be out until the World Cup.
Lampard said: “I think it might be tough for him to be back before the World Cup, if I’m honest, because it’s November 12 we break up.
“We’ll look at the best plan for that. It’s good for us we have this break because it means Ben has that time.”
Yerry Mina was expected to return to fitness in mid-October following an ankle issue but he has suffered a minor setback and is not fit for Fulham.
It is not currently known when the Colombian will return.
Andros Townsend has been on the sidelines at Everton since suffering an anterior cruciate ligament injury in March.
The winger is yet to return to full training and is unlikely to feature until after the World Cup in November.