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Sport Richarlison returns to Everton training

18:16  21 october  2021
18:16  21 october  2021 Source:   skysports.com

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Everton forward Richarlison has returned to full training ahead of their Premier League match against Watford.

He had missed over a month of action after picking up a knee injury against Burnley on September 13.

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Manager Rafa Benitez has been missing both Richarlison and striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin - who has been injured since August 28 and is out for several more weeks - but the Brazil forward appears to be in line to return on Saturday after a five-game absence.

Everton have been playing Salomon Rondon up front in recent weeks.

Although they welcome Richarlison back this week, Everton suffered another injury blow when midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure suffered a broken foot against West Ham last weekend.

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