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Everton sweat on Mirallas injury

Kevin Mirallas will undergo a scan on his injured hamstring sustained against Sunderland on Saturday.

The Belgian who has been a revelation since his move to Goodison Park and has quickly become a fan favourite with Evertonians was forced off before half time.

He will now remain on Merseyside instead of going on international duty and will await the results of a scan to see how bad the injury is.

"It looks as if (Kevin) has maybe got a slight hamstring injury. I don`t think it`s too bad but until it`s been scanned we wouldn`t be able to say what it was. Moyes told The Echo.

If it proves that he will be out for some time it will be a massive blow to the side: "You`ve got to say, every time he`s been on the pitch for us he`s looked a real threat, either creating chances or looking as if he`s going to score. Moyes added.

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Writer: Yak Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 12 2012

Time: 10:47AM

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Fingers crossed he will be fit for Reading on Saturday.
Yak
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12/11/2012 10:49:00

Massive blow for us, has made a massive impact on this side already and you can tell when he went off, we just weren't the same. Need him back, however, hamstrings are tedious injuries, just ask Jack Rodwell, better to make sure he is 100% rather than risk him against Reading and then re-injuring the hamstring again and being out for an extended period of time.
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12/11/2012 11:56:00

He is without doubt one of the best football players in the league and will be out for a couple of weeks at least i would reckon. All games in the premier are hard these days but lets be honest i would expect a maximum return against Reading and Norwich. After them we have Arsenal a fortnight on Wednesday evening, which will be a massive test. So with a bit of luck the lad will be back by then.
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12/11/2012 12:27:00

 

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