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Everton: Sam Carroll ‘gutted’ over Fabian Delph injury news

Everton: Sam Carroll ‘gutted’ over Fabian Delph injury news -Everton News

The Liverpool Echo journalist Sam Carroll has been left ‘absolutely gutted’ by some early Everton Team News that has now emerged before Thursday’s action.

The Lowdown: Delph out

Taking to Twitter, The Athletic journalist Patrick Boyland has shared that both Fabian Delph and Yerry Mina are still out injured, and will therefore miss their game at home to Crystal Palace in the Premier League.

They are already without long-term injury absentees Andros Townsend and Nathan Patterson, while both Jarrad Branthwaite and Salomon Rondon are suspended after getting themselves sent off in the 3-2 defeat at home to Brentford last time out.

The Latest: Carroll reacts

Taking to Twitter, Carroll took particular notice of the news on Delph, claiming that he is ‘absolutely gutted’ the former Aston Villa and Manchester City midfield player will not be able to play a part in the match:

“Never thought I’d say it but I’m sat in work absolutely gutted Fabian Delph isn’t playing tomorrow. He has been vital to recent wins + good performances. Doucoure / Allan + potentially one other really need to step it up a gear or five.”

Should Everton cut their losses on Delph?





The Verdict: Blow

It certainly is a blow to be without Delph for this game given some of his recent performances.

He has started five of their last eight fixtures on the top flight, where the Goodison Park faithful picked up three wins and two draws (Transfermarkt).
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Even more telling is that they lost all three of the matches where he did not play, including the loss against Brentford, suggesting that they are more solid when he is on the pitch.
Nonetheless, his character and leadership will be a big miss as the Merseyside club try to get a crucial three points that would guarantee them Premier League safety.

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