Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been ruled out of Everton's trip to Wolves tomorrow after sustaining a hamstring injury. The striker has been practically ever-present for the Blues in the Premier League but played no part in the FA Cup win over Rotherham on Saturday and he has now realised one of the Blues' biggest concerns by picking up a problem that deprives the team of its top scorer.
Carlo Ancelotti's problems up front have been compounded by the fact that Richarlison is a doubt for the game at Molineux, potentially leaving Cenk Tosun as the only fit striker.
“He had a little problem during the week before the game against West Ham," the manager said od Calvert-Lewin today. "The fact that he'd never had this kind of injury before meant he was not able to judge 100 per cent himself.
“He played against West Ham, so this means it's not a really important injury, but we want to keep him safe and to be 100 per cent when he comes back.
"Richarlison, we have to wait to train today to make a decision on this."
On Allan, Ancelotti said that the Brazilian could be back "in around 10 to 15 days" as he recovers from the hamstring injury he suffered at Leicester in mid-December.