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Bryan Oviedo

25-Year-Old Defender     Everton  Premier

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Birthdate:  February 18, 1990    Birthplace:  Ciudad Quesada, Costa Rica    Nationality:  Costa Rica    Height:  5' 8"    Weight:  154 lbs    
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September 12, 2015    Bryan Oviedo News

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Oviedo (knee) is not in the 18-man squad to face Chelsea on Saturday.

Oviedo was unable to play for Costa Rica over the international break due to the ailment and always seemed like a long shot to face Chelsea. Brendan Galloway will return from his own knee injury to start at left back.

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September 11, 2015

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Oviedo (knee) is doubtful to play Saturday against Chelsea.

Oviedo was expected to start for Everton thanks to Leighton Baines' long-term ankle injury and Brendan Galloway's knee issue, but Oviedo's ailment is likely to keep him out, while Galloway could make a surprise return.

September 1, 2015

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Oviedo will not play for Costa Rica over the international break because of a knee injury.

Oviedo is expected to be out for 10 days, which may give him enough time to recover before Everton face Chelsea on Sept. 12. With Leighton Baines (ankle) and Brendan Galloway (knee) out, Oviedo was expected to start, though if he is unable to, Tyius Browning could move into his spot.

August 23, 2015

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Oviedo could move into the starting line after Brendan Galloway suffered a patella tendon injury during Sunday's match against Manchester City.

Galloway had been starting in place of Leighton Baines, who is out with an ankle injury, but it appears the youngster will be on the sideline for a considerable amount of time. Tyias Browning replaced Galloway on Sunday, and while Oviedo is fully recovered from his previous foot injury, manager Roberto Martinez noted that he is still working on his match fitness.

July 28, 2015

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Oviedo said he is nearly fully recovered from his foot injury, though he could miss the start of the season because of a lack of match fitness, The Guardian reports.

Even when he's fully fit, Oviedo is firmly behind Leighton Baines on the depth chart, which means his playing time will be minimal if the latter is healthy.

July 7, 2015

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Oviedo will not travel to Singapore for the Barclays Asia Cup as he is still recovering from a fracture in his foot.

Oviedo continues to progress in his rehab, and he is expected to be fit either just before the next Premier League season starts or slightly after. That being said, with Leighton Baines expected to be fit from his ankle injury, there isn't much playing time available for Oviedo to make much of a fantasy impact.

April 2, 2015

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Oviedo (hamstring) has been ruled out for Saturday's match against Southampton.

Even when he's fit, Oviedo is a backup to Leighton Baines at leftback, though he may be stuck behind Luke Garbutt as well when he does return.

March 13, 2015

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Manager Roberto Martinez said Friday that Oviedo is "probably three weeks away from being fully fit" from his hamstring injury.

Luke Garbutt could get another start at leftback Sunday against Newcastle unless Leighton Baines can pass a late fitness test for his groin. Either way, Oviedo wasn't likely to get much playing time.