Coleman out, Gibson in for Toffees

Coleman out, Gibson in for Toffees

Thigh-injury victim Seamus Coleman remains out for Everton ahead of their FA Cup quarter-final replay at Sunderland tomorrow.

Darron Gibson returned from a five-match absence for the weekend’s win at Swansea and is set to keep his place but fellow midfielder Steven Pienaar is cup-tied.

Midfielder Royston Drenthe was missing for Saturday’s match, as was Jack Rodwell (hamstring)

Provisional squad: Howard, Neville, Hibbert, Distin, Jagielka, Heitinga, Baines, Cahill, Gibson, Fellaini, Osman, Barkley, Gueye, Jelavic, Mucha, Drenthe, Stracqualursi, Anichebe, McFadden.

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