Everton may have picked up an impressive point in the Merseyside derby, but they definitely paid the price. Their full-back Leighton Baines could be out for a month after fracturing a toe in Saturday's 3-3 draw with Liverpool, ruling him out of the tough matches against Manchester United and Arsenal.
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It's not often that the Toffees have to do without Baines -- who has missed only six Premier League games over the past four seasons -- though he came off worse in a tangle with Jordan Henderson, and was replaced by winger Gerard Deulofeu early in the second half.
The downside to Baines' consistency is Everton don't really have a like-for-like replacement they can slide into the starting 11. Utility man Gareth Barry slotted into the position on Saturday, with the only other alternative seemingly being to shift a centre-back out wide -- and that's far from ideal. Either way, Everton will definitely miss Baines' attacking thrust down the left for the next few weeks.