Brazil boss confirms Everton’s Allan has picked up a ‘clinical’ injury

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Everton will return to action this coming Sunday.

The Toffees face a trip down south to take on Fulham as they look to get their season back on track.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side had a perfect start to the campaign, which saw them shoot to the top of the Premier League table.

However, after their draw with Liverpool in the latest Merseyside derby, Everton’s form has taken something of a nosedive.

In fact, Everton have now lost their last three league outings, the latest of which saw them downed 3-1 by Manchester United.

As for Fulham, they have picked up just one league win this term, which came against fellow strugglers, West Brom.

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Everton’s Allan injured with Brazil

So, Ancelotti will no doubt be keen to use this tie as a way to rebuild his side’s confidence and get a much-needed three points on the board.

However, it looks as though the Italian may be without one of his key men for the trip to Fulham on Sunday.

Allan is currently away on international duty with Brazil and would start in their win over Venezuela on Saturday.

But, it has since been reported that Brazil boss Tite has confirmed Allan has picked up a ‘clinical’ injury whilst lining out for his country:

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