Everton manager Sean Dyche faces being without a key midfielder.
The Toffees have had great performances out of Amadou Onana so far this term.
However, the central midfielder will be absent after suffering a calf problem before the international break.
Now the midfielder’s agent Melissa Onana has told RTL Info: “He’s doing very well. They’re just precautionary measures.”
Dyche will be hoping that his anchorman is available to play when the Premier league resumes in two weeks.
The Toffees will take on Manchester United on November 26th at home when the league resumes.
That is the view of shot stopper Jordan Pickford, who spoke about the club’s recent results.
The Toffees are well and truly clear of the relegation zone, having beaten Crystal Palace at the weekend.
Post-game, Pickford told Everton’s club website: “It’s always a big team effort, that’s what gets you up the table.
“That is what keeps pushing performances and the mentality for us to be a better side, one that keeps looking forward.”
“The substitutes make an impact, it’s not just the 11 who start the game, it’s a full team putting a shift in all week and then it makes the difference on game day.”
Dyche admits he’s pleased with Garner’s progress this season.
He said, “He’s just a good kid. He’s got that nice little edge about him that he’s a bit of a nark now and again, I like it.
“I think you need that as a footballer. The demands he places upon himself is very pleasing as he works very hard in training and I think he’s getting the rewards with his improvement.
“When I got here he’d been injured and stuff so that wasn’t helpful but you can see the improvement in him – week in, week out.
“Players these days have got it all there, it’s all in front of you. We can only guide them to where they want to go, it’s up to them and he’s showing signs he wants to grip it.
“That’s really pleasing to see him do it. I want him to do the hard yards and the basics of being a midfield player but I want him to play and have the freedom to play and he’s finding that nice mix.”