Our Jack and Ossie are out of the Everton line up to play the arse. They join Big Vic (remember him?) on the injury list.
David Moyes will now have to bring in players into the middle of the park. One will be club captain Phil Neville who has waited patiently to get another game. The skipper will be rearing to get stuck into one Mikel Arteta.
Hopefully Ross Barkley will get a chance to start in the middle of the park against a team who allow you to play, providing you have the ball. This is a perfect stage for young Ross to show the Everton fans what he can do.
Other options are Maggie, who came on as a late sub last week or Roy if he's fit. Moyesy may give Billy another chance.
The last dilemma is who to play upfront. If King Louie decides he's fit, expect him to start. Otherwise Tolis will be given another chance after an ineffective performance against the Stoke back five.
Moyesy said: "Unfortunately Jack Rodwell picked up a hamstring injury in training and Leon Osman looks to have a similar problem. He got that in last five minutes against Stoke and it looks like both will be missing.
"Maybe, with a bit of luck we will get Louis Saha back, but we will have to see how he is in training. But obviously the injuries to Jack and Ossie leave me a bit short in central midfield."
Kipper's starting XI: Howard, Hibbert, Jagielka, Heitinga, Baines, Coleman, Barkley, Neville, Bilyaletadinov, Cahill, Vellios