Tottenham first-team player definitely out for trip to Everton in the Premier League

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur first-team left-back, Danny Rose, is a definite absentee for the trip back to Merseyside in the Premier League as the Lilywhites face Everton.

This could be for the best for Spurs as Rose performed woefully against Liverpool in their last outing, having a torrid time against the likes of Alexander-Arnold, Firmino, and Salah.

To cap off his poor performance, Rose also picked up a yellow card during the match, meaning that he has already amassed five domestic bookings this season. This results in a one-match ban, which will be served against Everton (Sports Mole).

With Ryan Sessegnon yet to even appear on the bench for Spurs, it seems a safe bet that Ben Davies will take Rose’s place in the starting XI against the Toffees.

Spurs will be looking to bounce back from the loss in Liverpool on Sunday, as well as recent poor form in the Premier League after winning just three from ten so far this season.

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