Our seventh Premiership match in and we are still looking for our first three points. You could pick easier places to go as Brum are on some run at home, but as they say all records are there to be broken.
Moyesy has added Hibbo to his squad after he trained well all week, and he has given a clue about Seamus saying that playing in the midfield will bring him on quicker as a player, so who knows Hibbo and Seamus both to start.
King Louis is still out and away in France, but Moyesy expects him back at Finch Farm in the next few days, and we need him back firing on all cylinders.
Apart from Big Vic and Jack the Lad it is the usual suspects that Moyesy will have to pick from. They and they alone will have to start digging us out of this hole we have found ourselves in.
Stats show that we have started the month of October at the bottom of the league twice in our history, and on both occasions survived. I don't think for a second think we will be down there come May, but we have to start wining soon.
The Blues have beaten Brum 58 times, to the home sides 24 during the history of this fixture, but you have to go back to 26th September 2009 since Brum last tasted defeat at home. Oh poo
Moyesy said: "Tony has trained, he should be okay. Louis is away at his camp in France trying to get fit. He should be back next week.
I hope it might help him (Seamus playing in midfield).
I am trying to find a team that can get a result. He is very good at attacking, as people will have seen, at full-back. At times his defending hasn't been maybe what we want but that will come with time. He is really young in terms of time in the Premier League.
A lot of people were shouting that he should start in the team, rightly so because he has done well," continued the manager. "But I think people who have seen him would maybe turn round and say it is the right decision to let him develop.
If we can find a role for him in the team playing a bit further forward then great because we are short of a right-sider."
It's not a goal I need from him (The Yak), it's 12 or 15 but he has got to start with one and get more.
He has had two-and-a-half games so he is getting his chances at the moment and he has to start delivering."
Everton from: Howard, Mucha, Neville, Hibbert, Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Heitinga, Baines, Bilyaletdinov, Osman, Arteta, Cahill, Pienaar, Fellaini, Barkley, Beckford, Yakubu, Gueye.
Lavo's Starting XI: Howard, Hibbert, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Fellaini, Neville, Coleman, Pienaar, Arteta, Cahill