Everton given boost as Sanchez ruled out of clash

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"Juventus is champions for seven years, I think seven years in a row, two Champions League finals in the last four or five years and not happy with what they have, they want more, they want more", Mourinho said.

"Against Juventus, to give him a break, I don't think [first-team coach Michael] Carrick can play as a striker".

Completely outplayed in the first half, Jose Mourinho's side nearly wrapped up all three points but were denied by a stoppage time Ross Barkley equaliser.

"We go to the national team period in a good situation", Mourinho said, reflecting on the late victory over Newcastle.

Sanchez has scored one this season, after netting 11 times for Arsenal and United combined last campaign.

Romelu Lukaku is struggling for form having gone eight games in all competitions without a goal - his longest barren run since joining for £75m from Everton in the summer of 2017.

Anthony Martial and Victor Lindelof have both struggled under Mourinho at Old Trafford - but they were both brilliant at Stamford Bridge.

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Sanchez's last goal came just before the worldwide break when he headed the last-gasp victor in Manchester United's dramatic 3-2 win over Newcastle. 'For me it's clear, Jose is changing nothing in his behaviour from what I can see.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez wanted to sack manager Julen Lopetegui after their narrow win against Viktoria Plzen on Tuesday - but was convinced to wait until after the weekend's El Clasico clash.

He's doing his best for sure.

Everton have no new injury or suspension concerns, a welcome relief for Silva after the start of his reign was blighted by issues to several first-team players.

"It's the way you play", said the former France global at an event reported by The Republik of Mancunia. 'Finally everything is OK, all of them are OK.

Silva also said, "I know what we are doing, I believe in our squad". "So we work with what we have, we try to improve with what we have".

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