Everton boss Ronald Koeman says he expects more from his side tomorrow as they face Ruzomberok in the Europa League.
The Blues take a slender one goal advantage to Slovakia – the same as SK Brann had overturned in the last round – and knows that the hosts will create chances too.
He said, “We know it’s not an easy game tomorrow. We know this is not an easy opponent.
“I hope we will be further than we were last week.
“We expect to create more chances tomorrow.
“They created chances from set plays last week and that’s something we need to look out for.”
Koeman confirmed that Jordan Pickford will start and that Wayne Rooney is fit enough to play despite a minor groin injury.
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