Ademola Lookman was on target twice as Everton crushed Apollon Limassol 3-0 in a dead-rubber Europa League clash on Thursday.
Craig Shakespear will take charge of the team but it is not a team that many fans will recognise, even Everton fans.
They face Liverpool in their next league outing at Anfield on Sunday.
Fringe players like Morgan Schneiderlin and Sandro Ramirez will get a chance to impress the new coaching team, while a whole host of promising youngsters from the clubs academy have also made the trip to southern Europe.
Sam Allardyce has given Everton debuts to two youngsters, Harry Charlsey and Fraser Hornby, with Everton's future in the competition already decided.
17-year-old Ireland-eligible defender Michael Collins and keeper Mateusz Hewelt, who played schoolboy football with Stella Maris and Shelbourne, are substitutes tonight.
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Brahim and Foden are City's two brightest youth prospects and any first-team opportunities can not be taken for granted. But it's not always about winning or losing - it's about playing the same way we always do and giving our all.
The Toffees named a younger starting line-up against BATE Borisov in 2009 when their place in the last 32 had already been assured, and while they selected a youthful team this time because they had already been eliminated, a win meant they at least avoided finishing bottom.
Beni Baningime starts at right-back in a defence with Morgan Feeney and Muhamed Besic in the centre.
Both players are products of the Everton youth system.
Harry Charsley - Capped by Ireland at Under-21 level, Charsley is an energetic and versatile midfielder who has regularly weighed in with goals for Everton's age-group sides.
After that, it's an extremely inexperienced side that makes up the squad for the game in Cyprus.