Everton are managed by Ronald Koeman who replaced the sacked Roberto Martinez in June 2016. The Dutchman decided to leave his post at Southampton in order to take charge of the Toffees, and after two successful seasons on the south coast he'll be looking to inspire an Everton side who have endured a couple of very disappointing campaigns.
Everton are a club with a great history who have competed in the Premier League since its inauguration back in 1992. Former boss David Moyes did a very good job at Goodison Park and will go down as one of the club's greatest managers, but it's now Koeman who will be bidding to create his own slice of history.
A mixed set of recent results has seen Everton collect wins versus Yeovil Town, West Bromwich Albion, Norwich City and Bournemouth while suffering adverse results at Leicester City, Manchester United and Liverpool. Draws against Tottenham Hotspur, Southampton and Crystal Palace has seen them show mid-table form at best.