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Wednesday’s Everton News: Dyche talks final stretch, DCL and Patterson injury latest

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

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The Everton Under-19s defeated Reliance Foundation Young Champs 2-1 in their latest game in the Premier League Next Generation Cup in India. [EFC]

Check out some of the latest clips of Everton’s new home.

When I became manager here we wanted to connect with the fans. We wanted an on-pitch connection. I think they’re seeing everyone from myself, the staff and the players giving their lot. We’ve made some mistakes along the way, but I don’t think it’s a lack of effort. I think the commitment to the cause is evident and the fans are playing their part. That’s the connection we want, and we’ll need that connection at home this week. But it’s within us to take care of ourselves and that’s what we’re going to do,” says the boss Sean Dyche. [EFC]

The Blues will have an even bigger task at hand Sunday as it looks like Dominic Calvert-Lewin is set to miss out.

Nathan Patterson also likely to be out as well. [Echo]

Everton confirmed yesterday that they have triggered the one year extension clause in midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure’s contract. [EFC]

With Southampton’s relegation confirmed, Everton may be a likely destination for striker Che Adams if they are able to avoid the drop. [TEAMtalk]

I think everyone felt that the Everton game would probably be pivotal for both of us. Definitely us, maybe not Everton, so the fact that it isn’t for us shows what a good achievement it was from the players. One thing to stay up, another thing to stay up with four games to spare. So very impressive, from a group without quite a lot of people, and you saw again, they’ll run, they’ll work, that they do whatever’s asked of them...important that we get them ready to go again, make sure that we’re very competitive at Everton, and try and put one more win on the table for the season,” says Bournemouth manager Gary O’Neil. [Echo]

Familiar transfer targets Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morales set to leave Rangers.

What to Watch

Brighton take on Manchester City. Plenty of La Liga action on, too.

Full schedule of games here.

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