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Premier League : Dennis Out Of Watford Home Clash Vs Everton With Knee Injury




Emmanuel Dennis will play no part in Everton’s home game against Everton at the Vicarrage Road on Wednesday (today) , due to injury, reports Completesports.com.

The Hornets manager Roy Hodgson hinted that Dennis picked up the injury in last Saturday’s defeat at Crystal Palace.

“One has been injured for the last couple of weeks, [Imrân] Louza,” Hodgson.told the club’s website.

“[Nicolas] Nkoulou is now injured, Shaq Forde, a young forward we like, has turned his ankle over in training and other players that were involved at the weekend.

“With [Tom] Cleverley, it’s the injury he received in the game, with [Emmanuel] Dennis and [Ismaïla] Sarr it’s a knee problem that they’ve reported which has ruled them out, and with [Joshua] King and [Kiko] Femenía, it’s sickness. We were hoping it would pass but it hasn’t yet.

“We will have a team consisting of the senior players at the club who are fit, and I won’t really be having to leave anybody from the senior group out of the team because they’ll be needed on the pitch.”

Dennis is expected to leave Watford this summer following the club’s relegation to the Sky Bet Championsip.

Dennis has scored 10 goals in 33 league appearances for Watford this season.


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