Everton's injury list is lengthier than Sean Dyche would like.
Already operating with a thin squad when everyone is available, the Toffees have several key players on the sidelines.
It's why a 0-0 stalemate at Fulham, followed by a 2-2 draw against Tottenham Hotspur - courtesy of Jarrad Branthwaite's stoppage-time equaliser - could be regarded as a decent week. Everton may remain in the Premier League relegation zone, having been hit by a 10-point deduction and await news on their appeal, but they could prove crucial results come the end of the campaign.
Still, with a trip to champions Manchester City on Saturday, Dyche will be hoping some of his troops are again available. As things stand, here's a look at the current injury situation and who could be back at the Etihad Stadium.
1. Ben Godfrey - cramp
Forced off against Spurs in what was his second appearance in five days, having been on the periphery of things this term. Dyche admitted such a setback was expected. Potential return game: Man City (A), Sat 10 Feb.
2. Amadou Onana - knee
The Belgium international has been struggling with a knee injury that he suffered in the 2-1 FA Cup loss to Luton Town. Dyche wasn't overly concerned but he has missed two games. Potential return game: Man City (A), Sat 10 Feb.
3. Abdoulye Doucoure - hamstring
Everton's top scorer has missed the three matches. Doucoure has been back running on the grass but the Blues will want to make sure he's 100% before he's again available. Potential return game: Man City (A), Sat 10 Feb.
4. Arnaut Danjuma - ankle
Forced off in the 0-0 draw at Fulham last week and he's already been ruled out of the City game. Potential return game: N/A