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Breaking News ! Here are your Everton morning headlines for Sunday, November 22nd. Predicted Everton line-up against Fulham Everton return to Premier League action on Sunday lunchtime with a trip to 17th-placed Fulham. Following the international break and with several players ready to make a return, Carlo Ancelotti has some difficult decisions to make. The ECHO writers gave their predicted line-ups for the contest, with some interesting choices throughout the team. Sam Carroll says that Ancelotti will replace Jordan Pickford in goal with Robin Olsen once again. The Italian has chopped and changed his goalkeepers this season in an attempt to prise out suitable performance. Meanwhile, Theo Squires has Everton veering to a 4-2-3-1 formation as Bernard keeps his place despite Richarlison’s return from suspension. The most contentious decision is in central midfield. Does Ancelotti continue with Andre Gomes or Gyli Sigurdsson, both of whom have underwhelmed so far this season, or does he include Fabian Delph? Our writers disagree on what he may do. You can read the ECHO’s full analysis on Ancelotti’s predicted line-up here . Read More Related Articles Get the best Everton stories with our Blues newsletter Read More Related Articles The Liverpool Echo has a free app and here's how to download it Cenk Tosun believes he’s like a “new transfer” Striker Cenk Tosun believes he can be like a “new transfer” to Ancelotti and Everton as he makes his return from injury. The 29-year-old suffered an ACL injury while on loan with Crystal Palace last season. He underwent surgery for the issue in March but featured in the last two matches as he continues his recovery. And with Everton sending club physiotherapist Carl Howarth on holiday with him in the summer, he now believes he can make a real impact for the squad. “I feel like a new transfer for Everton,” he said . “All the things I have done wrong, I will not do them again.
. I train and prepare better to help the team more. “There are so many games in December, it will be a really big opportunity for me. Dominic [Calvert-Lewin] and Richarlison are doing really well but they are not robots, they can’t play every game.
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“I have to be fit and, when I get the chance, I have to use that chance, to be there to score and help the team. That is how I am preparing for the next games. “The international matches will help me, I had some minutes to get physically better. After seven or eight months of not playing, you are physically not as good. You can’t get it back from only training, the matches are totally different. “Step-by-step, I will get better and stronger.” Jonjoe Kenny sets record straight Jonjoe Kenny made the surprising decision to spend last season on loan at Schalke to prove a point, he revealed this week as he again looks to earn more playing time at Goodison Park. The 23-year-old says that he enjoyed his time in Germany but is now ready to return to Everton and compete with Seamus Coleman for the starting right-back position. “I enjoyed the spell out on loan with Schalke and came back here and wanted to get my head down and just work as hard as I could to try and perform to the best of my ability,” he said .
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“That's exactly why I went out there to prove to everyone, but also myself, that I could go and do it. “I loved every moment of being out there and being a main part of the team, playing week in and week and having that buzz of being a main part of the team. “I want that feeling always so I've just got to keep doing what I can and control what I can control and that is just looking after myself and making sure I give the best Jonjoe Kenny I can every day.”
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