The Everton quartet of AbdoulayeDoucoure, Yerry Mina, Andre Gomes and Dominic Calvert-Lewin will miss the Premier League visit of North London giants Tottenham Hotspur later this weekend.

Everton have lost their last three games in the Premier League and that poor run has seen them drop to tenth place on the log after ten games this season. They would be hoping to avoid a fourth successive league defeat when they take on Spurs at home in what's the first Premier League game for Conte since his appointment as the Tottenham Hotspur manager earlier this week.

Conte has signed a contract at Spurs for 18 months until the end of next season and with the option to extend the contract. The Italian tactician has been appointed as the Spurs boss to replace NunoEspirito Santo who lost his job following the disappointing 3-0 defeat to Manchester United at home. Everton will give Conte his first taste of Premier League football in his second spell as a manager in England.
Conte got a first taste of Premier League football as the Chelsea manager and it lasted for two years before he was sacked in 2018.

For the Spurs game, Everton manager Rafael Benitez will be without French midfielder AbdoulayeDoucoure who has been one of his best players this season. Doucoure has been missing for some weeks due to a foot injury and recently his manager told reporters that the ex-Watford man should return to full fitness after the international break.

Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been struggling with a thigh injury since the end of August and he will miss the home clash with Tottenham Hotspur. Apart from Calvert-Lewin and Doucoure, Portuguese midfielder Andre Gomes and Colombian defender Yerry Mina will also miss the Spurs game with calf and thigh issues respectively.