Everton will seek to disrupt Albion's rhythm as Sean Dyche's men pay a visit to the Amex, writes Anujit Vijayakumar.

The Everton core of Jordan Pickford, James Tarkowski, Jarrad Brainthwaite, Idrissa Gueye, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Dwight McNeil and Dominic Calvert-Lewin have been consistent figures in what has been a dispiriting season.

Dyche plays a 4-2-3-1 structure.

Everton predominantly use the long ball strategy in order to use the size advantage they possess over their opponents.

Winning second balls being the name of the game and the Toffees often come out on top in that department.

In possession, Ben Godfrey, Tarkowski and Brainthwaite form a three-man backline.

The trio are charged with the task of progressing play by playing long balls in behind the opposition back line to find Calvert-Lewin and Doucoure.

Gueye and newcomer James Garner have built a solid partnership in the heart of the pitch.

Dwight McNeil has undoubtedly been Dyche's X-factor.

The Englishman is a crafty winger who possesses the capability to deliver accurate and whipping crosses from either flank.

McNeil's ability to create separation from his marker, play disguised passes to find runners in behind and his footballing IQ make him a diverse threat.

Calvert-Lewin remains the protagonist for the Toffees.

The striker, although unable to get into any goal-scoring form this season with just three in 21 appearances, has been a formidable outlet up front for Everton.

His aerial prowess and technical ability make him a complex puzzle to solve for opposition defences.

An all-rounded forward, the Englishman's hold up play, close control, agility, ball striking and execution makes him an invaluable asset to Everton.

While the season may not have panned out for Calvert-Lewin as one might have hoped, he remains a menacing presence for opposition centre-halves.

Out of possession, Everton form a compact low block inviting their opponents to attack them through the wing.

The midfield duo of Gueye and Garner keep a watchful eye over the backline and minimise central penetration and progression.

Everton have had an erratic campaign in the league.

From having 10 points deducted to not winning a fixture in the league since December 16, everything that could possibly go wrong for the Toffees has indeed gone wrong.

However, the threat the Merseyside team pose must not be overlooked if Roberto De Zerbi and his men aspire to walk away with a victory.