It looks likely that Jela will miss the trip to Swansea after injuring his knee against Newcastle. That gives David Moyes a problem up front. Does he go with Victor up or maybe Super Kev up there on his own?
I have a feeling that both lads will play and that will mean Felli will play in the deeper role probably alongside Ossie.
I genuinally think Phil Nev will be rested. He was poor against Newcastle and we can't afford to be lightweight in the middle of the park.wans last season
I know many Evertonians like Felli further forward but at the moment I don't this we have much choice. Moyesy could gamble and put Johnny or Jags in the deeper midfield role but I'm not too sure.
Anyway confidence should be high. We are playing some great stuff and the fact that we done the double over the Swans last season will not do us any harm.
Two of our lads think so
Felli said: "That is a tough game. Swansea were a revelation last season and played good football.
"We beat them twice and that will give us extra confidence for the game, but it is a new season, they have a new manager and some new players. It will be difficult but we will be looking to win the game."
Bainsey said: "It will be a tough game down there as Swansea are a good team and have started the season quite well.
"They lost their last game so they will be desperate to bounce back, especially being at home. But we did well down there last season and will hope to do so again."
Everton from: Howard, Hibbert, Heitinga, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Neville, Pienaar, Fellaini, Osman, Naismith, Jelavic, Mirallas, Mucha, Francisco, Gueye, Vellios, Anichebe, Duffy, McAleny, Coleman, Oviedo.
Kipper's starting XI: Tim, Hibbo, Jags, Sylvain, Bainsey, Nace, Felli, Ossie, Peanuts, Super Kev and Big Vic
Who would you have starting?