Everton vs Chelsea: BBC Sport pundit Mark Lawrenson makes big prediction Chelsea travel to Goodison Park on the back of Wednesday night’s 2-1 win over Bournemouth in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals, in which Morata scored. But the Spaniard was shown his fifth yellow card of the campaign, meaning his will serve his one-match match suspension against Everton. Meanwhile, Everton are unbeaten in their last six games across all competitions after a significant upturn in form since Sam Allardyce took charge last month. However, Lawrenson is still confident Premier League champions Chelsea will return to west London with a 2-0 victory. “Evertons results have picked up under Sam Allardyce but this represents his biggest test since he took charge,” Lawrenson told BBC Sport. “Chelsea are without suspended striker Alvaro Morata, but I still think they will be dangerous” Mark Lawrenson “Some people might question that and say well, what about the derby, but Allardyce knew that Liverpool would come at his side and he could plan for that. “There will be some expectation that his side get down the other end of the pitch more in this game and have more of a go. “And I think they will be slightly more open than they were at Anfield. “Chelsea are without suspended striker Alvaro Morata, which will probably mean Blues boss Antonio Conte will play with a false number nine. “I still think they will be dangerous.”.