Tottenham vs Everton
Everton will return to action this coming Sunday.
The Toffees face a trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for their first league outing of the season.
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Heading into the clash, Everton’s record against Spurs isn’t exactly great.
The Merseysiders picked up just a solitary point versus the Lilywhites last season, with Everton having failed to get one over on Tottenham in any competition since all the way back in 2012.
Everton injury update
As such, ahead of what will no doubt prove a stern test for his side, Carlo Ancelotti held his first press conference of the season on Thursday afternoon.
During the presser, in which the Italian was accompanied by one of Everton’s latest additions, James Rodriguez, Ancelotti provided an injury update on his squad.
First, the veteran tactician spoke abut some of his defenders.
Mason Holgate looks set to miss Sunday’s trip down south, but Yerry Mina should be available.
Ancelotti also confirmed that Andre Gomes is fit, though Fabian Delph appears a doubt, with the versatile midfielder not set to return to full first-team training until Friday:
“I think that Holgate is out. Mina I think is available to play, Gomes is available.
“We are going to check tomorrow Delph, he will start training with the team tomorrow. For the others, I think the physical condition of the team is quite good.”
| André Gomes and Yerry Mina are available for Sunday, but Mason Holgate misses out.
— Everton (@Everton) September 10, 2020
This article was edited by Conor Laird.
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