Aston Villa will be aiming to bounce back with a win after a disappointing 3-0 loss to Chelsea last weekend when they face Everton tomorrow.
Everton, on the other hand, will be looking to continue their impressive start under Rafa Benitez and come into this game on the back of a 3-1 home victory against Burnley.
Everton came from behind against Sean Dyche's men, and scored three goals in just six minutes to earn their third win of the campaign. The Toffees are yet to taste defeat this season, but Dean Smith will be confident that his side can be the first to serve Everton a loss.
Last time out, a lively Villa performance wasn't enough to keep the European Champions at bay, and a double from Romelu Lukaku and a neat finish from Mateo Kovacic meant that Villa left Stamford Bridge empty handed.
Everton danger man Dominic Calvert - Lewin will face another match on the sidelines after missing out against Burnley, but Columbian midfielder James Rodriguez has returned to training and could be back in contention to feature on Saturday.
Aston Villa have two of their Argentinian players returning from isolation tomorrow. Emi Buendia and Emi Martinez both had to isolate after travelling to Brazil in the international break, but both could play after training all week in green Listed country Croatia.
Ollie Watkins will also be available for selection despite him and his partner welcoming their first child to the world earlier this week - Congratulations Ollie!
Aston Villa: Martinez, Targett, Konsa, Mings, Cash, Mcginn, Luiz, Buendia, Watkins, Bailey, Ings.
Everton: Pickford, Digne, Keane, Godfrey, Coleman, Doucoure, Allan, Gray, Townsend, Rondon, Richarlison.
The last time these two sides met, it was a feisty affair at Goodison Park in which Villa ran out 1-2 winners. Goals from Ollie Watkins and a beauty from Anwar El Ghazi cancelled out a first half header from Calvert - Lewin. The reverse fixture at Villa Park ended in a bore draw after neither side could find that game defining moment.
Ones to Watch
Aston Villa's new Jamaican winger Leon Bailey could cause all sorts of problems for the Everton defenders. He was a bright spark even in a late feature last week at Stamford Bridge, and he will be more than keen to light the Premier League on fire after his big money move from Germany in the summer.
Now back to match fitness, there could be a first start lined up for the 24 year old.
Demarai Gray has had a lightening start at Everton after returning to the Premier League.
The Winger has scored 3 goals from only 3 shots on target, which gives him a 100% success rate in front of goal. Villa will be cautious of allowing him too much time and space in front of goal, as he has proven that he can find the back of the net.
Where to watch
This game is at Villa Park and kicks off at 5:30pm, available to watch on Sky Sports.