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Friday’s Toffee Bites: Burnley matchday, new Gueye suitor, and more

Recapping all of yesterday’s Everton news

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Marco Silva has revealed that Yerry Mina and Theo Walcott will be fit for today’s match against Burnley. Mina’s return is a big boost for the Blues, as the Columbian has missed Everton’s last five matches, with his last appearance coming against Chelsea in the Blues’ 2-0 win.

In Everton’s last match against Burnley on Boxing Day earlier this season, Everton dominated the Clarets 5-1. It seemed as if that performance was a turning point for Burnley, as they then went undefeated in their next eight matches, winning five and drawing three. Burnley has also kept up their strong form as of late, winning three of their last five, with one draw against Chelsea and their lone loss against Manchester City. It will certainly be an exciting and emotional last home match of the season today.

Marco Silva looks to finish the season on a high note with results against Burnley and Tottenham. [RBM]

Silva believes his team has what it takes to compete in the Europa League next season. [RBM]

Watch Silva’s full press conference below.

Read up on some analysis on both teams before today’s match. [RBM]

Here’s how we think Everton will line up. [RBM]

Check out the highlights from Everton’s 5-1 thumping of Burnley earlier this season.

Watch this week’s edition of Everton Unseen.

Everton announce they will travel to Kenya this summer to participate in pre-season friendly. [EFC]

Jordan Pickford shows support for fellow goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who suffered a heart earlier this week.

Could Everton be eyeing Algerian defender Ramy Bensebaini, after expressing interest in the 24-year-old last summer? [HITC]

Manchester United reportedly interested in signing Idrissa Gueye. [ESPN]

Evertonians continue to prove why they’re the best fans in the league with recent sellout and season ticket retention numbers. [Echo]

What To Watch

Everton face Burnley in Premier League action, while Juventus take on Torino in the Serie A.

Full schedule of games here.

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