Heís way more important to us vs the big teams as his workrate for a flair player is unbelievable.
Would obviously like him back as soon as possible but not the end of the world if he misses this weekend.
Either way, pressure has eased up on Silva so Sig is now back at number 10 and itís probably an either/or with Bernard/Iwobi
Disagree. There's still plenty of pressure; the last thing Silva, and subsequently Everton, needs is dropping any points before LC / Liverpool / Arsenal / LC again (Cup) / Chelsea / United. The momentum earned by the 3 pts (and thus undefeated in 4; only 1 garbage loss to Brighton away from undefeated in 6) can't be understated IMO.
I also don't quite understand the "Sig is now back at 10" sentiments. We have 3 forwards playing decent-to-well enough in Ritchie / DCL (or please god Kean / Walcott. Iwobi belongs in the 10. Not saying Marco is as smart as I am (
) but we certainly have the ability to avoid Sig starting again.
That said, Bernard/Gomes/Gbamin out may force his hand. I suppose Delph being fit (no idea if he is) could change Silva's mindset, but man do I pray Sigurdsson isn't starting.