Wednesday, September 22

Everton dealt an injury blow to Seamus Coleman before Burnley


Everton landed a defensive injury hit before Burnley's clash

The Premier League team, Everton, has received a blow tonight on the personal front, it has been confirmed.

The Benítez era on the march

Of course, the Toffees have had a totally positive start to the new season.

On the back of Rafael Benítez’s installation on the club’s bench, Everton have looked solid if unspectacular, scoring 7 points out of 9 available in the Premier League.

Not only that, but the Merseysiders booked their spot in the EFL Cup third round, courtesy of a 2-1 loss to Huddersfield Town.

Everton landed a defensive injury hit before Burnley's clash

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND – AUGUST 28: Richarlison of Everton collides with teammates Allan and Seamus Coleman of Everton during the Premier League match between Brighton & Hove Albion and Everton at American Express Community Stadium on August 28, 2021 in Brighton, England. (Photo by Mike Hewitt / Getty Images)

The next step for Benitez and company, meanwhile, is a Premier League meeting with Burnley at Goodison Park.

The Blues will undoubtedly be confident in their chances to keep their strong start to the season alive against Sean Dyche’s team, as the Clarets have scored just one point in their own three games to date.

Concern for Coleman

However, as described above, with just eight days to go, Everton on Sunday took something of a hit.

This comes on the staff front, in the form of an announcement about Captain Seamus Coleman’s physical condition.

After showing up for their country in a meeting with Azerbaijan during the week, the Republic of Ireland has since confirmed that their star right-back was injured and, as a result, was ruled out of proceedings against Serbia on Tuesday as a result.

Coleman, for obvious reasons, should be seen as a doubt to appear against Burnley tomorrow week as well.

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