Published: Sat, September 23, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Everton likely to recall three stars for Bournemouth visit, five unavailable

Everton likely to recall three stars for Bournemouth visit, five unavailable

The 20-year-old scored a brace for the Toffees during their 3-0 Carabao Cup win over Sunderland on Wednesday.

The Toffees have really struggled this season and prior to their win over the Black Cats hadn't scored in four games, losing them all.

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Calvert-Lewin, who has four Everton goals in total, made headlines over the summer as he scored the victor for England in the Under 20s World Cup final.

The former Everton star, though, seems to have changed his mind, suggesting that finishing sixth, seventh or eighth would be a good season for Ronald Koeman's team.

Tottenham have one of the best squads in the Premier League, and it is going to be tough for Everton to compete with Spurs, given that the North London outfit will be aiming for the title.

"It's insane, ridiculous to put a lot of pressure on the team by saying we need to finish in the top four".

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The ball was worked from Vlasic, via Davy Klaassen, to Calvert-Lewin, who showed nice footwork as he kept his composure in the box amid a clutch of Sunderland players to slot past Steele. They had scored 26 goals in the preceding 10 games, winning six and drawing two.

"I think everybody knows the direction, and the difficulty there has been at the start of the season". I think I have already won the fans over but now I need to keep performing and making important saves at the right times, to keep showing people what I can do. The recent 1-0 win over the same opposition is likely to provide them more impetus to climb up the Premier League table once again.

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However, it is unlikely that either will feature from the start when Bournemouth visit Goodison Park this weekend, with Koeman expected to restore Gylfi Sigurdsson, Jordan Pickford and Wayne Rooney into the starting XI - the first time the Blues summer signing will be seen after pleading guilty to drink-driving.

Though the youngster was a starter during the first game of the season, he was demoted to the bench during the club's last three games.

The Cherries haven't been able to find the net in their last two league away matches - they haven't gone three on the road in league competition without a goal since March 2012 (five in a row).

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