Everton manager Frank Lampard has revealed that Yerry Mina has suffered another injury setback ahead of Saturday’s trip to Tottenham Hotspur. Centre-back Mina has been missing since he suffered an ankle injury in the first game of the season against.
Lampard has confirmed he has been ruled out again. Our algorithm shows Yerry Mina should have recovered from his injury by now and with a high HPF 82.66 and a slightly elevated IRC of 20.39 Lampard will need to be careful as he reintroduces Mina into game situations.
Lampard provided an update on his other injured players:
“Doucs (Abdoulaye Doucoure) had a family issue but he’s back in the squad for tomorrow. Mason (Holgate) is training, he’s not ready to be in the squad yet but he’s training really well.”
Scottish right-back Nathan Patterson is on the recovery road after his ankle injury, our algorithm projected a return to action of two weeks is in line with the update from the club.
“Patterson we’re hoping will be fit in two to three weeks and Ben (Godfrey) is a bit behind, it’s his first days out really on the grass so we’re probably looking at the other side of the World Cup break.”
After reviewing current form and Everton’s team health score of 7.11 against Tottenham Hotspur’s 6.97 we are expecting a tight game and probably a win for Tottenham with home advantage.