Everton Team News For Brighton Trip

Everton manager Sean Dyche has confirmed he has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the weekend's trip to Brighton & Hove Albion, with Seamus Coleman returning to training following a bout of illness.

The Blues travel to the Amex Stadium on Saturday (3pm GMT kick-off), with three players - Arnaut Danjuma (ankle), André Gomes (calf) and Dele (groin) - still unavailable.

Vitalii Mykolenko picked up a minor knock in Monday night's 1-1 home draw with Crystal Palace but Dyche is "hopeful" the left-back will be fit and available for selection against Brighton.

Amadou Onana and Abdoulaye Doucoure are in contention to start against the Seagulls, having both featured against Palace and coming through the game unscathed.

Coleman, meanwhile, was forced to miss Everton's last game after suffering with illness but has now resumed training with the group.

Speaking in Thursday's pre-match press conference, Dyche said: "Seamus was ill earlier in the week, he was back in today - he still sounds a little bit groggy but he's the pro he is.

"Arnie [Danjuma] is working very hard to get fit, André [Gomes] is working very hard to get fit.

"The others are more or less okay. Mykolenko took a knock but we're hopeful he will be alright.

"Everyone else is okay. We had to monitor [Docuoure's] minutes [against Crystal Palace], of course, but he's been out there training today."