The Toffees have fallen to ninth after an impressive start, but with a front three of James Rodriguez, Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin, they'll certainly cause problems for the seemingly rock-solid first choice back four of the Blues.
With Christian Pulisic still being managed back to full fitness, he was kept on the bench against Krasnodar, but training normally, it'll be between the American and Kai Havertz for the starting spot on the right wing.
Timo Werner will be on the left, and considering Pulisic's potential impact off the bench, it may well be Havertz who's given the nod from the start.
Tammy Abraham played in midweek, so expect Olivier Giroud to start, with the Frenchman hoping to continue his fine goalscoring form that has seen him notch five in his last two starts.
With Havertz off the right, Mason Mount and Mateo Kovacic will most likely play as the two no.8s, with N'Golo Kante sitting behind them.
The entire first choice backline was rested in midweek, so expect Edouard Mendy, Reece James, Thiago Silva, Kurt Zouma, and Ben Chilwell to be back against Everton.
The five have conceded just two goals in eight games together, so the Toffees will no doubt find it hard to break them down.