Leighton Baines (C) celebrates a goal with Tim Cahill (L) and Johnny Heitinga (R). (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)
With Everton not playing this weekend, fans will have to look to international football coming up to get their fill of watching their favorite Toffees in action on the pitch. Keep it here after the jump to see who will be playing where.
Caretaker England boss Stuart Pearce has named Leighton Baines in his provisional squad for Wednesday's game at Wembley, where they will take on the Netherlands. In line for his 73rd cap for the Dutch will be defender Johnny Heitinga, who has filled in admirably for Everton in the back line with Phil Jagielka out.
Republic of Ireland will be hosting the Czech Republic in Dublin where potentially three Toffees could have featured. While Darron Gibson has pulled out of the team with a knee injury, Seamus Coleman should play in midfield and Shane Duffy will be hoping to get his first senior cap.
Among the midfielders, Steven Pienaar will be playing for South Africa as they host Senegal, who will be looking to rebound after getting unceremoniously dumped out of the African Nations' Cup. Belgian international Marouane Fellaini will be traveling with the squad to play against Greece.
Forward Nikica Jelavic is in the Croatian squad playing Sweden but is expected to miss the game while still recovering from his groin issue. Socceroo Tim Cahill will be getting a break from international duty as Australia play a dead rubber against Saudi Arabia having already made the next round of World Cup qualifiers.
Everton will be well-represented in the juniors ranks as well, with the England under-19 squad boasting no less than five Toffees in it - Ross Barkley, Luke Garbutt, Jake Bidwell, John Lundstram and Sam Kelly. Another prospect Hallam Hope is in the under-18 group. Finally Greek teenager Apostolos Vellios is in the Greek under-21 team traveling to Germany.
We'll be wishing all our boys well, and check in on how they did after the games on Thursday .