Everton welcome third-placed Arsenal to Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon and will hope to replicate their performance against Arsenal's local rivals Chelsea in the FA Cup quarter-final to leapfrog the Blues in the League table into tenth place.
As for Arsenal, their weekend game can either make or break their season as a loss will keep them 11 points behind league leaders Leicester City, with only eight games left to be played. A win will not only move them within three points of second-placed Tottenham Hotspur but also thwart the Champions League hopes of the chasing pack: West Ham United, Liverpool, and Manchester United.
Team news: Arsenal without six first-teamers
Everton are without long-term absentees Tony Hibbert and Tyias Browning, and Bryan Oviedo needs to go through a late fitness test.