Everton ‘could sack Rafa Benitez tonight’ as fans fume at boss over horrific Norwich loss

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The Everton squad has been ravaged by injury this season but star striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin is back after a long-term injury.

Richarlison was only able to come on as a second-half substitute following his recent spell on the sidelines.

Speaking after the defeat to Norwich, Benitez could not hide his disappointment and surprise at his side’s performance.

He said: “It is really disappointing because we came here thinking about the win and it is a long journey for the fans who have come to support us. Everyone came here expecting us to win and we couldn’t.

“We conceded two goals through our own mistakes and that makes it a mountain to climb for us. We have to stay professional, concentrate on the next training session and match.