It really is make or break for Frank Lampard's side, who sit just three points above the drop zone in 17th.
They suffered another defeat on Sunday afternoon – this time at the hands of West Ham – and with 10 games remaining of the Premier League campaign, The Toffees will be hoping to pick up some form much-needed form as they prepare to face Burnley on Wednesday.
So who else will Everton face from now until the end of the season? On Saturday April 9th, they host Ralf Rangnick's Manchester United – a game that could prove vital in their bid for survival.
Then 11 days later, Lampard's men will play Leicester City at Goodison Park.
The Toffees won't have much of a break after that. On Sunday April 24th, they will travel to Anfield for a highly-anticipated Merseyside Derby, then games against Chelsea [H], Leicester [A], Brentford [H] and finally Arsenal [A] follow.
They will also face Crystal Palace [H] and Watford [A] at some point in the coming weeks, but dates for those games have yet to be confirmed.
Everton are losing again and I t’s hard to see where their next points are coming from. Their next 6:— MJ (@_marleyjai_) April 3, 2022
Both Watford and Burnley are within 4 points of them. They’re in this relegation fight and it’ll go to the wire.
Can he turn in around with this tough set of fixtures? Things aren't looking great right now. In fact, Jamie Carragher believes Everton are the worst run club in the Premier League, and maybe even the whole of Europe.
Former Liverpool centre-back Carragher appeared on the latest episode of Gary Neville's 'The Overlap Fan Debate' alongside Neville and Roy Keane.
And when the topic of Everton came up, the Sky pundit didn't hold back in his brutal but honest analysis.
"I think Everton are the worst run club in the country, probably one the worst run in Europe," he said. "They have to be. And that's not just because they've spent lots of money and it hasn't worked - that's happened before.
"Some of the things that Everton do, it's unbelievable."
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