Allardyce unhappy with Everton's play in 'final third'

Theo Walcott of Everton congratulates teammate Wayne Rooney after the Premier League match between Everton and Crystal Palace at Goodison Park

Huge Everton boost: Key star set for return v Watford after long absence – confirmed

Watford have not been in action since a Premier League defeat at West Ham on February 10, which left them in 11th place but only four points clear of the relegation zone.

Oumar Niasse and Wayne Rooney will be the two key attacking figures for Everton with Gylfi Sigurdsson and Theo Walcott just another brace of notable names lining up for a strong Toffees side. All we can do is keep working hard.

"It was a change to play with two strikers, to have more chances to score and maybe we'd had a lot of short passes but, in that moment, with more distances it was the time to play that way".

"The lads are distraught in the changing room".

The 27-year-old who endured a hard time under the previous manager Ronald Koeman took his goal tally to seven in 15 league appearances this season to help the Toffees to a 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace in their last game. We are getting a good price on this wager so betting on the outright result is my suggestion.

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Of their struggles away from Goodison Park, he added: "We can't explain our form away".

Looking at the away side, Everton will look to make a huge impact by winning against Watford away from home. "We didn't show that quality".

Stefano Okaka is also expected to be drafted back into the squad, but Nathaniel Chalobah (knee), Younes Kaboul (foot), Isaac Success and Craig Cathcart (both knee) remain unavailable.

"Everybody speaks about how many points you need and I only say one thing: "I don't know".

"When we play at home we feel the backing of our supporters".

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