Everton will target going above Liverpool and into fourth place, while West Brom will want to put some more daylight between themselves and the relegation zone when the two sides clash in the English Premier League at the Hawthorns on Monday night.
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The Toffees have been quite good this season under Roberto Martinez, playing some expansive football accompanied by positive results, and after seeing Liverpool drop a couple of points on Saturday, the manager will see the West Brom game as the perfect opportunity to move back into the Champions League places.
Martinez, whose Everton side are currently sixth, two points behind Merseyside rivals Liverpool, expects to come up against a different West Brom side, only three points above the relegation zone, with new manager Pepe Mel taking over at the Hawthorns.
"I think Pepe Mel will surprise a lot of people," Martinez said. "He was very successful in his time in Spain. The first time I realised about his work was when he was at Rayo Vallecano and he got them promoted to the top division on a limited budget and probably against the odds.
"Since then he has done a remarkable job wherever he has been. At Betis he got them qualified for the Europa League. He is very clear in the way that he wants to play and very clear in his concepts and I can see the West Brom side being very different when we face them on Monday than what they have been so far this season.
"We wish Pepe Mel the very best of luck -- but after Monday."
Mel, who replaced Steve Clarke as the new Baggies boss, also promised a different approach, even if it might not be quite as evident against Everton. "It's still very soon, but it is something that will be noticeable," Mel said. "Previously very good work has been done. It's not a case of doing a better job or worse job, it's doing a different job."
Team news: West Brom: Shane Long left for Hull City last week, leaving Mel with plenty to ponder over his striker options. Nicolas Anelka might not feature owing to the gesture he made after scoring a goal, while Victor Anichebe will want to make an appearance against his former side, despite not featuring since the start of the New Year.
Everton: Nikica Jelavic was another striker to leave for Hull last week, with Martinez yet to make a firm decision on the Croatian's replacement. Midfielder Ross Barkley remains sidelined with a broken toe, along with Antolin Alcaraz, but defender Sylvain Distin could return following a three-match absence with a hamstring strain.
New signing Aiden McGeady could be in line for his Everton debut, with Gerard Deulofeu still out injured.
Expected lineups: West Brom: Foster; Reid, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell; Morrison, Mulumbu; Amalfitano, Berahino, Brunt; Anelka.
Everton: Howard; Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines; McCarthy, Barry; Mirallas, Osman, Pienaar; Lukaku.