Everton predicted lineup vs Wolves: Two changes as Richarlison heads the attack in 4-2-3-1

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Richarlison will spearhead the attack


Left wing: Demarai Gray

Demarai Gray looks far more penetrative and dangerous when he operates from the flanks rather than dropping behind as a second striker. The former Leicester City man has caused trouble from his direct play and incisive speed which will be a headache causing issue to Wolves defenders.

Striker: Richarlison

Richarlison returned to action against Watford after spending roughly 40 days on the sidelines. He came on as a substitute and scored a glancing headed goal to give the Toffees a 2-1 advantage over the Hornets. What looked like a definite winner for Toffees instead proved to be the turning point of the game as Everton switched off and Watford blitzed out four goals in 12 minutes to annihilate Everton in front of their home fans.

Richarlison could be in line to start as Salomon Rondon could be expelled out of the lineup after poor showing one after the other. Excuses have been running out for Rondon and with Richarlison back at his best fitness levels, the Venezuelan will make way for the 24 year old.

Right wing: Andros Townsend

Andros Townsend has fixated a starting spot and the fans now look upto him as a key difference maker on the pitch. The 30 year old has improved Everton’s delivery in the box which is a big plus especially with Richarlison back in the side. Townsend has been committed to helping his side defensively which has eased some worries of the midfielders and right back Coleman.

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