Everton take on Watford on Saturday, with both clubs searching for their first victory of the new season.
The Toffees were held to a goalless draw by Crystal Palace, while the Hornets were beaten 3-0 by Brighton.
Marco Silva will be expecting a much better showing from his side, especially in the final third.
Perhaps the Portuguese will turn to new £27.5 million signing Moise Kean (BBC Sport), who was brought on as a substitute, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin preferred from the start.
The 19-year-old Italy international was a major coup for Everton, and he is expected to flourish at Goodison Park.
Should the talented striker get the nod this weekend, then he will have the chance to prove the club were right not to move for someone who could be lining up for the visitors: Danny Welbeck.
The Mirror reported back in April that Everton were considering moving for the England international, and rumours continued throughout the summer.
Welbeck could be in line for his debut for Watford having fully featured in every training session this week, according to the club’s official website.
There’s a chance that Kean and Welbeck could be on the pitch at the same time, and Kean can prove the club were right to invest in him rather than pick up the former Arsenal man on a free by outperforming him at Goodison.
Perhaps Welbeck would have been a decent signing for Everton, but Kean was certainly the more ambitious move from the club.