Everton have lost only one of their last 11 Premier League games against Norwich City going into Sunday’s season finale at Goodison Park.
Tim Howard will make a final appearance in goal for Everton before ending a 10-year stay at Goodison Park to return home to the United States, where he will join the Colorado Rapids.
Captain Phil Jagielka has returned to training following a hamstring injury, while full-back Seamus Coleman will have a late fitness test on a similar problem.
Norwich could be unchanged from the side that beat Watford 4-2 on Wednesday only to be relegated anyway as Sunderland won on the same night.
Jonny Howson (knee), Timm Klose (knee) and Alex Tettey (ankle) all miss out for the Canaries.
- Six of the last eight meetings between Everton and Norwich City in all competitions have ended as draws.
- Norwich have visited Goodison Park once already this season, drawing 1-1 in the Capital One Cup before losing 4-3 on penalties.
- The Canaries have won just one of the last 11 Premier League meetings against Everton (W1 D6 L4).
- Norwich City’s last win at Goodison Park (in 1993) saw Efan Ekoku become the first player to score four goals in a Premier League match as the Canaries ran out 5-1 winners.
- Even if Everton win this game, this will be their lowest total for points at home in a single Premier League season (currently on 20, previous low of 25 in 1996/97).
- The Toffees have registered just one win in their last 10 top-flight games (D3 L6).
- Norwich have lost eight of their last nine Premier League away matches (W1). The Canaries have failed to even score in seven of those nine matches.
- Gareth Barry has made more Premier League starts than any other player, 572, one more than David James.
- Norwich have now been relegated from the Premier League a joint-high four times, level with Crystal Palace.
- The Canaries have kept a league-low five clean sheets in the top flight this season.