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Everton boss Allardyce to miss Europa League game at Apollon

Morgan Schneiderlin wants to cement his place in Everton's starting line-up this season Morgan Schneiderlin wants to cement his place in Everton's starting line-up this season
Tobias Pedroso | 08 Diciembre, 2017, 03:25

Shakespeare said: "Circumstances dictate in this position - it gives an opportunity and it is great to promote from within".

Morgan Schneiderlin has assured fans and media alike that he is ready to start again at Everton, after a rocky start to life at Goodison Park since his move from Manchester United.

Though, not only will they face off on the pitch, they will face off for one of the most recognised strikers in world football.

Everton are without a win in 17 consecutive league games against Liverpool at Anfield, since a 1-0 victory in September 1999 courtesy of a Kevin Campbell goal.

Indeed, his management focuses on maximising the potential of what resources have been provided to him.

In what could be the transfer of the century on Merseyside, Everton and Liverpool will go head to head soon.

Structurally, questions must be asked about the hierarchy and rumours of tension between Chairman Bill Kenwright and majority-owner Farhad Moshiri are to be expected.

Ireland midfielder James McCarthy is likely to return to the Everton starting line-up as Allardyce tests the strength of his squad before the January transfer window. Allardyce's hope will be to build a dearly-lacking winning mentality and some momentum to bring Everton's season up to speed.

James McCarthy and Sandro Ramirez are two players that would have expected to play some part against a team that currently occupy fifth place in the Cypriot First Division, with suggestions that the former was hoping to get 60 minutes under his belt.

This team is doing well in the domestic competition and at home, I think they will fancy a win over Everton.