Apollon Limassol v Everton

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Everton have had a very poor season and it seems like they are now in a relegation battle in the English Premier League.

Fringe players like Morgan Schneiderlin and Sandro Ramirez will get a chance to impress the new coaching team, while a whole host of promising youngsters from the clubs academy have also made the trip to southern Europe.

Allardyce underwent heart surgery back in December 2009 to fix a narrow coronary artery during his time in charge of then-Premier League side Blackburn Rovers.

17-year-old Ireland-eligible defender Michael Collins and keeper Mateusz Hewelt, who played schoolboy football with Stella Maris and Shelbourne, are substitutes tonight.

Kenny believes Everton's improvement in recent games proves the players have all taken to Allardyce's style.

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The Toffees, already eliminated from the competition, face Apollon Limassol in Nicosia this evening. There are high hopes at Finch Farm for the Bootle-born defender.

Everton can not qualify from Group E after what has been nothing short of a disastrous European venture this season.

'Against Limassol it is going to be a chance of everything, it is to get game time, to enjoy yourself.

Fraser Hornby - Strong in the air and with a keen eye for goal, Hornby was a star performer for the Blues' Under-18s last season.

Everton have not finished about Liverpool in the league since the 2004/05 season, and that doesn't look like changing any time soon, with Jürgen Klopp's men now sitting comfortably in fourth position in the table, whilst Sam Allardyce's side occupy 10th spot. This team is doing well in the domestic competition and at home, I think they will fancy a win over Everton.

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