Liverpool news Everton fans identify potential benefit of Aston Villa fixture postponement MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Everton's Premier League fixture with Aston Villa has been postponed due to a coronavirus outbreak at the Midlands club
Breaking News ! Everton will have a weekend off from Premier League action after the planned fixture against Aston Villa was postponed. The Midlands club have suffered from a coronavirus outbreak, which saw a squad of youngsters face Liverpool in the FA Cup third round last Friday. Villa's midweek fixture with Tottenham was postponed, with Jose Mourinho's side facing Fulham instead, and Dean Smith's side are unable to fulfil this weekend's game. As a result, Everton are now likely to have nine days until their next fixture, against Sheffield Wednesday in the FA Cup. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Everton are not in Premier League action again until the 27th January, a midweek hosting of Leicester City, which allows time to recuperate during a hectic fixture schedule.
. Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Allan are the two players who could provide the biggest impact upon their return, with the pair integral to the side. Calvert-Lewin missed the midweek clash with Wolves due to a hamstring injury and was questionable for the proposed fixture against Villa. Meanwhile, Allan was stretchered off against Leicester in December and has not featured for the side since.
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