Southampton welcome Everton to St Mary's Stadium in 18th place but hoping to go level on points with their visitors in 17th with a win.
The Toffees have lost only one of their last three matches but are aiming to improve on the road having gone eight away trips without a victory.
Ralph Hasenhuttl has no new injury concerns for Southampton, who have Moussa Djenepo and Cedric Soares available.
Ryan Bertrand serves the final match of his suspension and remains sidelined for Saints.
Everton's Fabian Delph is "a big doubt" to face Southampton, says manager Marco Silva, who has also confirmed that Morgan Schneiderlin is available this weekend.
Andre Gomes is a long-term absentee after suffering a fractured ankle against Tottenham Hotspur last weekend.
Eleven of Southampton’s 12 Premier League wins against Everton have come at home. Of all teams to have beaten an opponent at least 10 times, only Newcastle United against Southampton have won a higher percentage at home, with 12 out of 13.
Saints' last five Premier League goals have been scored by either James Ward-Prowse or Danny Ings, with two and three respectively.
There has been a goal in the 90th minute or later in Everton’s last three Premier League matches, with two of those affecting the result. In total, Everton’s matches have had four such goals this season, the most in the competition.
In all competitions, Theo Walcott has been involved in six goals in his last four appearances against former side Southampton, scoring five and assisting one. He has only scored more goals against Newcastle and Tottenham Hotspur (seven) than he has against Saints (six).
Referee: Paul Tierney. Assistants: Harry Lennard, Adrian Holmes. Fourth official: Tim Robinson. VAR: Simon Hooper. Assistant VAR: Andy Garratt.