Trio set to miss Arsenal game

Trio set to miss Arsenal game

Everton are likely to be without Darron Gibson, Jack Rodwell and Seamus Coleman for tomorrow’s Barclays Premier League meeting with Arsenal at Goodison Park.

Gibson is still struggling with a knee problem, while fellow midfielder Rodwell has suffered a slight recurrence of a hamstring injury and winger Coleman picked up a knock in the FA Cup draw with Sunderland on Saturday.

But playmaker Steven Pienaar is back available to Toffees boss David Moyes after being cup-tied for the Black Cats clash.

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

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