Huge Boost : Everton handed a huge injury boost ahead of Arsenal clash – Medicals experts pass verdict on star duo

Mikel Arteta has revealed that Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey will be out for ‘weeks,’ meaning he will miss the team’s trip to Everton.

Partey was not present for Arsenal’s 3-1 win against Manchester United last weekend. Arsenal have made a solid start to the season, collecting 10 points from their first four games as they look to reclaim the Premier League championship from Manchester City.
After an international break, the London club will return to play on Sunday, September 17th, when they travel to Everton. Partey, on the other hand, will be sidelined at Goodison Park due to a groin issue. Last season, the Ghana international was a significant player for the Gunners, appearing in 40 games.

Following Arsenal’s victory over Manchester United, head coach Arteta stated, “It doesn’t look good.” I believe he will be out for several weeks. “I believe it’s a groin issue rather than a hamstring issue, but it could be something in between.”

Arsenal will also be without summer acquisition Jurrien Timber against Everton. The centre-back is out for the foreseeable future due to an ACL injury.

Meanwhile, Sean Dyche will be hopeful that Everton can reintroduce many players over the international break. Dominic Calvert-Lewin was declared ‘touch and go’ to play in the 2-2 draw at Sheffield United due to a facial injury.

The Toffees will also be hopeful that Jack Harrison, who has been out with a hip injury since joining on loan from Leeds United, will be available. After suffering ankle ligament damage, Dwight McNeil made his first appearance of the season off the bench at Sheffield United and will have the opportunity to come back up to speed.


Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.