Everton vs Apollon Limassol: TV channel, live stream, team news, and kick-off time for Europa League clash at Goodison Park

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EVERTON will look to continue their recent mini-revival as they welcome Cypriot side Apollon Limassol to Goodison.

After a poor start to the season and a run of four defeats without scoring, the Toffees have won two on the bounce and Ronald Koeman will hope they’ve turned a corner.

 Everton splashed the cash to bring in playmaker Gylfi Sigurosson in the summer

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Everton splashed the cash to bring in playmaker Gylfi Sigurosson in the summer

They will look to make it three from three against a Limassol side who have started their domestic season poorly, but did steal a point against Lyon with a 93rd minute equaliser last time out.

Everton were smashed 3-0 at Atalanta and in truth it could’ve been more, the Italians bullying the Blues around the field.

 Apollon Limassol left it late to nick a 1-1 draw against Lyon in Everton's group

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Apollon Limassol left it late to nick a 1-1 draw against Lyon in Everton’s group

What time is kick-off?

THE match will be held at Goodison Park on Thursday September 28.

Things get underway on Merseyside at 8.05pm.

Which channel can I watch it on?

YOU can watch all the action live on BT Sport.

Alternatively, join us here on SunSport and keep up to date with our LIVE blog.

 Oumar Niasse celebrates after firing Everton to victory

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Oumar Niasse celebrates after firing Everton to victory

What is the team news?

RONALD KOEMAN doesn’t have a full pack to choose from and there are a number of notable players still out with injury.

Ross Barkley, Phil Jagielka, Seamus Coleman and Yannick Bolasie are all long-term cases and will play no part.

 Michael Keane has revealed how game time was a major factor in signing for Everton from Burnley

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Michael Keane has revealed how game time was a major factor in signing for Everton from Burnley

Michael Keane and Wayne Rooney both have minor knocks and it remains to be seen if the Dutchman risks the big guns.

For the visitors, they have a clean bill of health and will look for Argentian forward Emilio Zelaya to fire them to a shock victory.

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