Team news, kick-off time, TV and more information you need to know ahead of Everton v Manchester City in the Premier League.
When and where
The games kicks off at 1.30pm (GMT) on Sunday 15 January, and will be shown in the UK on Sky Sports 1.
Find out where you can watch the game in our global TV listings.
You can also follow the game here on our website or our Matchday App.
Injury and suspension news
Everton: Yannick Bolasie (knee), Idrissa Gueye (AFCON) will not feature
The last time
City drew 1-1 with the Toffees in a frustrating game at the Etihad Stadium as Maarten Stekelenburg saved two penalties. Nolito equalised Romelu Lukaku's goal as the points were shared.
Watch highlights of the game below
Stats and facts
- City go into the game in fourth place in the Premier League on 42 points, seven points behind leaders Chelsea
- Everton are in seventh position on 30 points
- The Toffees have won two out of their last three Premier League games, beating Leicester and Southampton either side of a draw with Hull.
- Everton have won five, drawn four and lost just one of their home Premier League games
- Ronald Koeman's men have completed the second-most tackles in the league this season with 401, just one behind Southampton
A host of top players have donned both sky and royal blue down the years - take a trip down memory lane with our 'repping both clubs' feature.
As well as great players, there have been great matches and goals between the sides - take a look at some of the best here.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola gave a team news update on Friday with Fernando the only doubt heading into the game - find out his thoughts on Vincent Kompany here.
City manager Pep Guardiola reckons defender John Stones will be strong enough to deal with any attention that comes his way on his return to Goodison Park... read more.