Everton are still missing several defenders for the visit of Bournemouth, with Phil Jagielka and Seamus Coleman sidelined by hamstring injuries and Ramiro Funes Mori suspended.
Gareth Barry is out with a groin strain, while there could be debuts for Matthew Pennington and Kieran Dowell.
Bournemouth winger Max Gradel could return from a calf problem.
Full-back Adam Smith and midfielder Harry Arter remain sidelined by respective groin and Achilles injuries.
MOTD COMMENTATOR’S NOTES
Martin Fisher: “This looks like being one of those days when the match is a sideshow.
“There is a growing hostility towards Roberto Martinez amongst Evertonians frustrated by their lowly league position, angered by their awful home record, embarrassed by their derby defeat and not at all placated by two brilliant cup runs that brought semi-final heartbreak.
“There will be banners, there will be chants and the mood could turn nasty – especially if Bournemouth inflict a ninth defeat on Everton at Goodison Park.
“And as Steve McClaren discovered to his cost last month the smallest club in the Premier League are well capable of banging in the final nail.”
Everton manager Roberto Martinez: “Scrutiny I welcome and accept. I understand it completely. But it shouldn’t be scrutiny of the last two or three months. It should be of three seasons, scrutiny about the team we’ve put together.
“The first season we had a record points tally, last season we were the last team in the British game to be knocked out of Europe, this season we made two semi-finals.
“I’m ready to fight more than ever to find a way to challenge for silverware.”
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe on reports linking him with Everton: “I don’t think I have to reaffirm my commitment here every week, which seems to be a regular pattern. I love it here and I’m committed to the job.
“When you’re a manager yourself you have the full support and understanding of other managers. It’s a very difficult profession and you’re judged constantly every week on your results, on a lot of aspects of your job. It’s very tough at this level.”
Bournemouth will go on the attack, which should help Everton, and I am going to back the Toffees on the basis that they need to win a lot more than Bournemouth do.