Everton go into the game top of Group H and a win will strenthen their position as they aim to qualify as winners of the group.
We hope Roberto goes into the tie with a full first team and get the win.
Antolin Alcaraz, who dislocated his shoulder in the Swansea game is the only one added to the injured list from the last squad.
Sylvain Distin or Tyias Browning will replace him.
Roberto said: "At the weekend, we lost Antolin and he is going to be out for a while with his shoulder.
"We don't know if he will need surgery, but he will be out for between six and 12 weeks.
So it's an opportunity for another player. Sylvain has been working really well. I thought his performance against Lille was very impressive. That's where, as a squad, you need to be able to cope with the injuries and suspensions.
"We're in a position where Sylvain and Tyias Browning - a young centre-half who has been working hard - have a good opportunity to show how strong we are a squad.
""We're all really, really excited. We really enjoyed our last game at Goodison against Wolfsburg. The two away games have been phenomenal experiences but the idea of playing at Goodison under the floodlights and facing French opposition for the first time in our history is really exciting.
"In the last two home games in the Premier League we had sell-out crowds, so you can imagine there is a real buzz around Goodison when we play our football.
"We really look forward to our home games, especially now we know the group inside out. We are looking to make our home an advantage.
"What we are looking at is making sure we play as well as we can in every game that we go into. The start of the season brought little blocks of games and I think we adapted towards that really well.
"I have been very impressed with the manner in which we, as a squad, have faced every game full of energy and desire, and the performances have been really good.
"What we want to do is grow into the competition and be as good as we can. The first objective is to try to get through. If we could manage to do that it would be a phenomenal achievement when you look at the teams we had in this group.
"Step by step, we are enjoying the demands of this season but, more importantly, the Europa League has brought a different challenge for the squad and we are starting to get the rewards from that."
Everton Squad: Howard, Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, McGeady, McCarthy, Barry, Naismith, Lukaku, Barkley, Eto'o, Robles, Hibbert, Besic, Pienaar, Osman, Browning, Garbutt.
Kipper's Starting XI: Howard, Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, Pienaar, Naismith, Barkley, Lukaku.
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