Everton team news & predicted line-up vs Bournemouth

Here is the latest Everton team news ahead of their clash with Bournemouth.

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Everton’s good run of form has come to an end and the Toffees are once again in a relegation battle.

Frank Lampard’s side are 16th in the Premier League with 14 points from 14.

They have won just one of their last five and have scored 11 in 14 league games.

Ahead of the game, 101GreatGoals has taken a look at the latest Everton team news.

Everton predicted XI vs Bournemouth

Everton team news vs Bournemouth

Dominic Calvert-Lewin

Calvert-Lewin recently returned from injury but has seemingly picked up some new issues after missing out vs Bournemouth in midweek.

John Cross of the Mirror reported that Calvert Lewin has suffered a dislocated shoulder in addition to a hamstring injury he suffered in the defeat to Leicester last weekend.

It was added that Calvert-Lewin would see a specialist in the next 24 hours to assess a dislocated shoulder that has hampered his recent performances for Everton.

Ben Godfrey

Ben Godfrey hasn’t played for Everton since fracturing his leg against Chelsea on the opening day of the season.

The centre-back is expected to be out until the World Cup.

Lampard said: “I think it might be tough for him to be back before the World Cup, if I’m honest, because it’s November 12 we break up.

“We’ll look at the best plan for that. It’s good for us we have this break because it means Ben has that time.”

Andros Townsend

Andros Townsend has been on the sidelines at Everton since suffering an anterior cruciate ligament injury in March.

The winger is yet to return to full training and is unlikely to feature until after the World Cup in November.

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