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Everton host Wolfsburg in their first match back in the Europa League after a four year absence.
A fifth place finish under Roberto Martinez last campaign means Everton qualified for the Europa League, however their start is as difficult as it gets against German opposition.
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Romelu Lukaku scored his first goal since completing a permanent move to the club in the weekend win over West Brom.
The victory was Everton’s first of the season, after a slow start to the campaign in the Premier League.
Wolfsburg are yet to taste victory in the Bundesliga this term, however did earn a late point away to Hoffenheim on Saturday.
In the last minute Ivica Olic scored to earn a draw against Hoffenheim, his third goal in as many league games this term.
The pair’s fifth place finishes in their respective leagues earned them a place straight in the group stage, meaning they didn’t need the qualification round.
Thursday evening will be the first time the pair have met in a competitive fixture.
Lille and FC Krasnador meet in France in the groups other match.
Wolfsburg wanted to sign Lukaku in the summer and the Belgian forward will lead the line for Everton on Thursday.
Steven Pienaar is out of the clash with an injury, meaning Aiden McGeady will start from wide left.
Seamus Coleman has shaken off a slight knock and Tim Howard will become Everton’s joint highest appearance maker in Europe.
As for Wolfsburg they will include Luis Gustavo in defensive midfield in a strong looking side.
The former Chelsea midfielder Kevin de Bruyne will start with Maximilian Arnold in attacking midfield roles.
The Switzerland duo of Diego Benaglio and Ricardo Rodriguez will play, as Olic continues to lead the line.
Expected starting XI’s
Everton (4-2-3-1): Howard; Coleman, Distin, Jagielka, Baines; Barry, McCarthy; Mirallas, Naismith, McGeady; Lukaku
Wolfsburg (4-2-3-1): Benaglio; Jung, Naldo, Knoche, Rodriguez; Malanda Adje, Gustavo; Caligiuri, Arnold, De Bruyne; Olic