Marouane Fellaini will face a late fitness test to see if he is fit enough to line-up for Everton when they host Bolton on Wednesday evening.
The Belgian midfielder missed the Boxing Day clash with Sunderland through injury and was joined on the sidelines by Seamus Coleman and Royston Drenthe for the West Brom match at the weekend.
But Everton boss David Moyes is hoping he will get all three back for the visit of the Premier League's bottom side and is going to give them every available minute to recover before assessing them.
"We've got one or two knocks and a bit of illness so we'll see how we are," revealed Moyes to the club's official website.
"But you expect it - it's very difficult to have the same players all the time in the games.
"The games are coming quite thick and fast at the moment, as it is our games are decently spread out.
"I've been to other games where teams are changing five or six players around, we'll have a look and see what we've got and what is available for the game."
Moyes will be buoyed by the fact that new boy Landon Donovan is now eligible to play after signing on loan for two months.