Fulham vs Everton
Everton will return to action this coming Sunday.
The Toffees face a trip down south to take on Fulham, as they aim to get the club’s season back on track.
Carlo Ancelotti’s men enjoyed a stellar start to the campaign, which saw them shoot to the top of the Premier League table.
However, on the back of a draw with Liverpool in the latest Merseyside derby, Everton’s form has since taken something of a nosedive.
In fact, the Blues have 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.
As such, Carlo Ancelotti will no doubt be keen to use Sunday’s clash as a starting point to rebuild his side’s confidence, and get a much-needed three points on the board.
Everton team news update
And as well as being presented with a fairly easy tie this weekend, the Toffees team news has also been pretty promising.
Ancelotti would hold his pre-Fulham presser on Friday, in which he gave updates on several players.
There were reports early in the week that Allan had picked up an injury with Brazil.
However, when speaking on Friday, Ancelotti confirmed that their South American players returned on Thursday and didn’t seem to have any problems:
“The players from South America came back yesterday [Thursday]. “They were okay, they tested negative [for COVID-19]. They trained on Friday. It seems they don’t have problems.
“They are quite fit, a little bit tired from the travel, but we have time to recover until Sunday. To have one more day to recover is really important, especially for the players who only arrived back [from international duty] on Thursday.”
Everton, though, will be without the services of Seamus Coleman this weekend:
“We have Seamus Coleman unavailable for this game and Gbamin, but the others are in good condition.”
🗣️ | Carlo with team news ahead of #FULEVE…
Coleman and Gbamin are unavailable, but Richarlison, Allan and Delph are all fit.
— Everton (@Everton) November 20, 2020
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