Everton have had a very poor season and it seems like they are now in a relegation battle in the English Premier League.
Ireland-qualified centre-half Michael Collins, 17, and Polish-born former Shelbourne keeper Mateusz Hewelt, 21, are also on the bench.
It means fringe players such as Davy Klaassen and Sandro Ramirez should get a vital opportunity to impress the new staff, together with the out-of-favour quartet of Morgan Schneiderlin, Kevin Mirallas, Joel Robles and Ademola Lookman.
With Everton already eliminated from the competition it seems to make sense to give young players a runout - and most Everton fans agree.
Everton have a long way to go before they can compete with Liverpool, both on the pitch and financially.
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Northern Ireland Under 21 global Shayne Lavery has been named on the bench for Everton's final Europa League group game this evening.
'Against Limassol it is going to be a chance of everything, it is to get game time, to enjoy yourself.
Nathan Broadhead - Perhaps the most technically proficient of those mentioned, Wales youth worldwide Broadhead plays along the forward line and has a penchant for the spectacular.
'It is a chance to prove you can play.
'We want to win the game and finish the campaign on a good note. This team is doing well in the domestic competition and at home, I think they will fancy a win over Everton.