Ademola Lookman at the double as Everton finally win in Europa League

Sam Allardyce Manager of Everton argues with the fourth offical during the Premier League match between Everton and Huddersfield Town at Goodison Park

The Toffees named a younger starting line-up against BATE Borisov in 2009 when their place in the last 32 had already been assured, and while they selected a youthful team this time because they had already been eliminated, a win meant they at least avoided finishing bottom.

Under-21 global Harry Charsley makes his Everton debut in this evening's Europa League clash with Apollon Limassol.

With little riding on the match- Everton, being bottom of Group E, can not progress- and Premier League performances privileged, assistant manager Craig Shakespeare will be joined by Duncan Ferguson in leading a shadow team in Cyprus.

Before this game, the English Premier League side had already crashed out of the competition.

IT'S A BIG night for Harry Charsley as the Everton youngster is making his senior debut.

Joel Robles comes in for Jordan Pickford in the only obvious change of the game.

Beni Baningime starts at right-back in a defence with Morgan Feeney and Muhamed Besic in the centre.

The bench doesn't see many more recognised names, instead just more youth.

Everton have been living in the shadow of bitter rivals Liverpool for quite some time now, and will be hoping that the switch to a larger arena will help them compete financially with the Premier League's elite clubs, and subsequently close the gap on the Reds.

Fraser Hornby - Strong in the air and with a keen eye for goal, Hornby was a star performer for the Blues' Under-18s last season.

Everton must "park the bus" when they face Liverpool in the Merseyside derby, according to Charlie Nicholas.



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