Toffees without Mina for Hammers clash
Yerry Mina has been ruled out of the Everton side for Saturday's tea-time trip to take on West Ham United.
The 24-year-old defender picked up a hamstring injury playing for Colombia and was substituted just before half-time as the South Americans lost 2-1 to South Korea.
The former Barcelona man has struggled with injuries ever since his move to Goodison Park and has made just 12 Premier League appearance this season.
It remains to be seen if he plays again before the end of the campaign and boss Marco Silva will need to shuffle his pack for the trip to the London Stadium.
The news is better on Lucas Digne and captain Phil Jagielka, who are both available after injury, while midfielder Andre Gomes, on loan from Barca, is being assessed.
Silva will have Kurt Zouma back after he missed the 2-0 win over parent club Chelsea before the international break.
The Toffees boss feels it will be a "tough match" as the Hammers' form in home games "is really good".
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