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Pair Miss Moyes' Final Game

Osman and Neville out of Chelsea clash.

Pair Miss Moyes' Final Game
Phil Neville

Phil Neville has played his last game for Everton as David Moyes confirmed his captain won't be fit to face Chelsea on Sunday.

The long serving Leon Osman won't feature either. Both players have knee problems.

Osman, 32, has fluid on his knee and won't play at Stamford Bridge this weekend.

Neville remains sidelined with his own ongoing knee injury.

Moyes said: "He's not fit. Phil has got a problem with his knee so he won't be available for the game.

"We are not too far away, Leon Osman is not fit, he has got a problem with his knee, he has got some fluid on it. So he will miss the game.

"I think apart from that, I have got most people available."

Neville's absence means an anti-climactic end to a eight-year spell with the Blues during which he has assumed the club captaincy and exterted his considerable influence both on and off the pitch.

On Thursday he was handed a prestigious prize at the End of Season Awards, just days after an emotional Goodison Park send off.

patrick liddaneThe players have been amazing all season, you guys deserve a lot of credit. Lets finish the season in style. Would love to ruin Chelsea's day. COYB.

Friday 17th May 16:46 Report Comment

A.S KanjiAny chance of finally seeing Oviado and Barkley for a full game !!!!

Friday 17th May 15:10 Report Comment
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