Everton predicted lineup vs Arsenal: Dele Alli starts as five changes made in 3-4-3 setup

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Right wing: Anwar El Ghazi

The Anwar El Ghazi loan to Everton was a confusing and a mysterious deal. The Toffees didn’t need another winger and the Dutchman has hardly played since coming to the Merseyside. With the pressure off the heads, Lampard may want to give El Ghazi a chance before his loan spell ends and he returns to Aston Villa. For El Ghazi, this might be an audition as he looks for a new club in the summer with Steven Gerrard having no plans to have him at the club next season.

Striker: Dominic Calvert-Lewin

Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored the goal that secured safety for the club. It was a classic flying header from the Englishman that will be remembered for ages. The player has had a torrid season due to injuries and lack of rhythm so allowing him to get more game time and finishing on a high will be crucial for Calvert-Lewin, hence, there’s a solid chance that Lampard will continue using the 25 year old in the striker’s role.

Left wing: Demarai Gray

Demarai Gray’s pace and skill can terrorize defences. Recently, he has been reduced to a substitute’s role as Calvert-Lewin has been reinstated in the starting lineup. The former Leicester City man had an outrageous start to the season but with Everton’s dip in form, Gray’s performances also mellowed down.

The 25 year old winger should start with Richarlison getting some much deserved rest after his valiant efforts throughout the season. Gray deserves to be a candidate for Everton’s signing of the season and from here on, his involvement is bound to increase.

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