Everton travel to Stamford Bridge on Saturday (March 18) to take on Chelsea who carry a three match win streak.

It’s a must win for both sides as Everton hope to push further out of the relegation zone battle.

Everton are 15th sitting with 25 points with Leicester, West Ham and Bournemouth trailing on 24 points.

Chelsea are ahead with 37 points and 10th in the table.

The Toffees have won only one away fixture this season, beating Southampton 2-1 back in October.

But they have shown signs of improvement since Sean Dyche took over.

They have won three, lost three and drawn one since the appointment.

Everton have lacked a goal-scorer this season without Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

The striker is back training after suffering a hamstring injury after his last performance against Arsenal.

Dyche revealed he won’t be ready for Chelsea.

He said:He has felt something we have got to be careful with, that’s all, and he has to be careful with”.

Forwards Neal Maupay and Ellis Simms are short of pitch time this season with only one goal combined since joining the team.

Dyche has taken a shine to winger Demarai Gray who he’s likely to play upfront against Chelsea.

Chelsea beat Everton 1-0 in their first game of the season at Goodison Park when The Toffees were under Frank Lampard.

Potter’s side have suffered from multiple injuries this season.

Raheem Sterling and Reece James returned to the squad for the Champions League fixture against Dortmund.

A possible boost for the London side as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mason Mount could be ready to return from injuries to face Everton.

Chelsea have had a dip-in form since Graham Potter was appointed manager.

The club are four positions worse off than when Thomas Tuchel was sacked from Chelsea in September while the club were sixth in the table.

Although the Blues won their last fixture, 3-1 away to Leicester and haven’t lost in their last three matches.

Kick-off is at 5.30pm on Saturday in West London.