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Bryan Oviedo

25-Year-Old Defender     Everton  Premier

Costa Rica

Birthdate:  February 18, 1990    Birthplace:  Ciudad Quesada, Costa Rica    Nationality:  Costa Rica    Height:  5' 8"    Weight:  154 lbs    
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February 6, 2016    Bryan Oviedo News

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Oviedo had three crosses and four tackles while maintaining a clean sheet Saturday against Stoke City.

Oviedo once again started in place of Leighton Baines and played well Saturday against a Stoke City squad that attacked his side of the pitch early. Oviedo’s next match is Saturday against a West Brom squad that has only scored 23 goals in league play. Oviedo could be an interesting play if manager Roberto Martinez decides to again sit Baines.

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February 3, 2016

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Oviedo won eight tackles and put in three crosses in Wednesday's 3-0 win over Newcastle.

Deputizing for the resting Leighton Baines, the 25-year-old proved himself up to the task, winning a number of individual battles and providing attacking support. Baines is not believed to be dealing with an injury, so barring a change, Oviedo will likely find himself back on the bench for Saturday's fixture with Stoke, despite this encouraging performance.

January 24, 2016

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Oviedo (ankle) is starting Sunday against Swansea.

Oviedo's issue wasn't considered serious, though he has a long history of injuries so it wasn't something to dismiss. Seamus Coleman (calf) is available off the bench, so it's certainly possible that Oviedo won't go the full 90.

January 22, 2016

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Oviedo (ankle) is fit and ready to go, according to manager Roberto Martinez.

Oviedo picked up a minor knock in the Chelsea game on Saturday and was replaced in the 71st minute but is a full go for the affair with Swansea on Sunday. Oviedo may pick up another start at right back if Seamus Coleman isn't ready to go.

January 10, 2016

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Oviedo (hamstring) played the full 90 minutes in Saturday's FA Cup clash with Dag & Red and received a yellow card.

Oviedo registered first game since Nov 1. He slotted as right back in place of injured Seamus Coleman and is now an option to pick up another start at the same position in the Premier League visit to Man City. Even if he gets the start you should stay away from him with the Etihad being a very dangerous fantasy venue for the visiting defenders.

December 24, 2015

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Oviedo (hamstring) has been ruled out for Saturday's match against Newcastle, but is expected to return soon.

Oviedo has battled numerous injuries over the past few years, and while it's a big plus that he's getting close to full fitness, he's unlikely to get much playing time in Premier League matches while Leighton Baines and Brendan Galloway are fit.

December 16, 2015

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Oviedo (hamstring) is close to making a comeback for the Blues.

Oviedo hasn't played since his injury against Sunderland back in the beginning of November. However, even when healthy the Costa Rican didn't see much time on the pitch. Look for him to make a full recovery and add depth to the Everton lineup and most likely be used as an infrequent starter.

November 26, 2015

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Oviedo (hamstring) will not play Saturday against Bournemouth.

With Brendan Galloway fit and Leighton Baines almost back from his ankle injury, Oviedo wasn't likely to get the start, which severely limits his fantasy upside.