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The most recent injury updates for many players in Everton’s roster have been released by manager Sean Dyche ahead of this weekend’s Premier League matchup with Arsenal. After losing in Dyche’s debut game as manager last season, the Gunners are hoping to win their first game on Merseyside in six years when they visit Goodison Park.

Both clubs will be seeking a win after the international break, as the Toffees have failed to earn three points in each of their first three games. The Gunners, on the other hand, have already surrendered two points and will probably need to pick up the most on Sunday in order to stay up with Manchester City. Regarding the most recent injury updates at Everton, Dyche provided information on six players, including the availability of Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Jack Harrison. During a Friday press conference, Dyche responded to a question regarding his possibilities by saying, “I think that’s the key.” It is important for managers to strive for strength in as many areas as they can.

The state of finances I’ve been as honest and transparent as I can be when I talk about it. However, there are also others who are returning. Dom [Calvert-Lewin] should be obvious now that he’s back on the grass. It’s fantastic to hear that Jack Harrison is feeling well and has been on the grass for the past several days. While it’s wonderful that they’re on the field working with the physiotherapists, Dele [Alli] and Seamus [Coleman] still need some time apart from the team. “Lewis Dobbin, aka “Dobbo,” is back and working out with us. Jarrad [Branthwaite] is alright; there were only a few minor bumps.” “Not Jack [available for Arsenal], he’s only just out on the grass working with the team, he’s been on the grass with the strength and conditioning team and that side of things, but actually training with us just a couple of days, so he’s going to need more time,” Dyche said in response to a question about the precise availability of Calvert-Lewin and Harrison.


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