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Roberto Martinez and his Everton side have travelled to Russia to face seventh placed Krasnador (KO 17:00), in Europa League Group H.
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The Toffees got their 2014 campaign off to a flyer with an impressive 4-1 win over German side Wolfsburg in their opening game, and there’s no doubt a draw would satisfy all on Merseyside.
Once again, there’s sure to be plenty of changes in the side that drew with Liverpool last weekend as the Toffees look to rest a few players with a tough trip to Manchester United on Sunday.
Kevin Mirallas will miss the trip after picking up a hamstring injury during the Merseyside derby, as will Seamus Coleman and Steven Pienaar who have not made the trip to Russia.
Midfielder James McCarthy will also miss out on the trip after suffering a leg injury.
Tottenham suffered a lacklustre 0-0 draw in their opening game at Partizan Belgrade last month, and Pochettino is likely to rest a few players.
Emanuel Adebayor did not feature in Serbia in the opening game, and Harry Kane could well come in to the starting line up with Southampton next up for Spurs in the Premiership on Sunday.
Kyle Walker and Danny Rose are unlikely to feature with both out through injury, leaving ex Swansea man Ben Davies to come in on the right side of defence as cover.
Celtic boss Ronny Deila will be looking for a home win as the Bhoys face Dinamo Zagrab.
The Hoops got their campaign off to a solid start with a 2-2 draw at Salzburg in their opening game of Europa League Group D, and will no doubt be looking to pick up maximum points at Celtic Park, which kicks off at 20:05 GMT.