On Saturday, Everton travel to Carrow Road to face Norwich City as the Toffees look to keep pace with the top clubs in the Premier League.
For Chrish Hughton and Norwich they have been mediocre since the year began and will be looking for their first Premier League win of 2013 when Everton take the pitch.
For Norwich to have any chance of gaining a result captain Grant Holt must be able to hold possession in the attacking third and receive good service from wide players.
Grant has been dealing with back issues recently which caused him to miss the 0-0 draw against Fulham, but trainers have declared him fit and he will be in the starting XI on Saturday.
Hughton did reveal that Alexander Tettey and Andrew Surman may have a chance to see playing time against Everton after the pair continued to recover from their respective injuries, but the Canaries boss did stress goalkeeper John Ruddy would not be available.
For Everton and manager David Moyes they will be looking for full points in order to keep pace with Tottenham for fourth place in the table and to keep their chance alive of qualifying for next year's Champions League.
But with the fact that Everton has drawn with Norwich in their last three meetings it could end in another draw today, which would not do Everton's push for fourth any favors.
That will not be acceptable to Moyes as they are already six points behind the fourth spot. Everton will also have to contend with the fact that they have their FA Cup replay against Oldham on Tuesday.
Moyes will have to think about replacing striker Victor Anichebe who was taken off during last week's FA Cup fifth round draw against Oldham.
Kick-off for the match is at 10:00 a.m. ET and can be watched online here.