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The Ghanaian returned from a three-match ban after he was red carded in his side's goalless draw game with Huddersfield.

He's back on Saturday.

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Swansea's first clear opening arrived in the 21st minute, with Everton opened up on the counter-attack and Idrissa Gueye's slip allowed Luciano Narsingh to find Jordan Ayew.

The resulting corner saw Cenk Tosun clear Federico Fernandez's header off the line and Pickford was soon brought into action again by Andre Ayew.

Seamus Coleman raided forward and Yannick Bolasie's half-volley from the right-back's cross drew a brilliant save from Lukasz Fabianski.

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Referee Lee Mason signalled that the goal-line technology had confirmed Everton's opener and the visitors nearly doubled their lead immediately.

Unfortunately for him, the second bounced off the head of Naughton and back towards the goal and though Alfie Mawson cleared the ball it was deemed to have crossed the line.

Andre Ayew was sent through by his brother Jordan in the 26th minute but shot too close to Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford under close attention from Michael Keane.

Swansea wasted a gilt-edged opening when Tammy Abraham blasted over from Jordan Ayew's assist and had to settle for a point, which might yet prove crucial in the final reckoning.

Carroll showed great vision to pick out Jordan Ayew, and he controlled the pass before rifling his angled effort inside the far post.

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