It will be Koeman’s first experience of being the home manager at Goodison, and he wants to give the fans something to enjoy going into the new season.
He said, “It’s always nice to be at home. Everyone is really looking forward to it – not only myself, but the players as well.
“We want to give the fans a good performance and show them that we are ready for the start of the new season.”
Tickets are still available for the game, priced at £20 for adults and just £10 for Under-18s and Over-65s.
Everton officials are expecting a sizeable amount of late interest in the game with fans advised to secure their seat as early as possible.
The fastest and easiest way to secure your seat for Saturday’s game is to buy securely online here.
Fans are advised that the print-at-home option has been activated for the fixture, meaning you can buy your ticket online, print it off and simply walk to your turnstile when you arrive at Goodison Park, no hassle, no box office queues.
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