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Everton: Frank McAvennie drops Dominic Calvert-Lewin claim

Everton: Frank McAvennie drops Dominic Calvert-Lewin claim - Everton News

Frank McAvennie has claimed that it is a ‘big, big boost’ if Dominic Calvert-Lewin can start for Everton away at Liverpool in the Premier League.

Carlo Ancelotti had revealed in his pre-game press conference ahead of the match against their bitter rivals at Anfield that the 23-year-old can start following an injury to his hamstring that has kept him out of the Goodison Park faithful’s last two games in the Premier League.

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Speaking to Football Insider, the former West Ham United, Celtic and Aston Villa striker has claimed that Calvert-Lewin will be relishing the chance to play against a potentially make-shift central defensive pairing:

“It’s a big, big boost.

“They’ve been all over the place, they’ve missed him.

“When West Ham played Liverpool a few weeks ago I said if I was Antonio I’d love to play against Henderson and Fabinho. A good centre-forward can run them ragged. West Ham didn’t do it, they played too conservatively.

“I don’t think Everton will be that conservative, I’ll think they’ll have a go. Especially with him up front, he’ll be relishing the fact he’s playing against midfield players.

“It will be a wonderful game because those three up front for Liverpool are different class.

“It’s just the defence and the keeper hasn’t been great.”

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The prospect of having Calvert-Lewin potentially playing up against the likes of Jordan Henderson at the back is a mouth-watering one for the Toffees.

The England international has already scored no fewer than 18 goals and made a further four assists in just 25 appearances in total across all competitions so far in the 2020/21 term (Transfermarkt), and will be more than up for it against Jurgen Klopp’s men.

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It is not just his goal-scoring ability that poses a real threat to the Reds, but his physical stature could really give them problems.

Nonetheless, as McAvennie points out, it would be a huge boost if the striker is able to start the match.

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