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There's no denying Nikica Jelavic has suffered this season. Whether it be a bout of second-season syndrome or whether the Croatian is simply not cut out for the Premier League, his form's certainly been disappointing.
With Fellaini generally behind him, he has clearly suffered from his side's direct approach. The Toffees play to the Belgian who in turn looks to the flanks, while Jelavic thrives on a midfielder behind him, looking to play through balls.
Fellaini has rarely done this, instead playing with his back to the striker, meaning the Croatian's main strength has been nullified and he's had to look for scraps in the penalty area. As a result, he's lost his starting place to the more industrious Victor Anichebe.
This has caused Jelavic's timing, anticipation and confidence to suffer, but instead of festering on the bench, Everton should now play the Croatian in the final four games in an effort to revive him.
If the Toffees adopt a less direct approach, lining up with Ross Barkley or Steven Pienaar behind Jelavic, it's far more likely he'll start finding his rhythm, while that's also the most likely way for the new approach to work.
Moyes won't want to go into the summer still worrying about Jelavic's form.