Crystal Palace fear they could be without Wilfried Zaha for up to two months due to a knee injury.
Reports on Monday suggested he could miss the next four weeks of action after picking up the injury during the 1-1 draw with Newcastle on Sunday.
Zaha has already missed time this season due to a knee issue, sitting out a number of weeks at the start of the campaign.
Palace are still waiting for the results of Zaha's scan but it appears that he could now be joining Jason Puncheon, Scott Dan and Bakary Sako on the long-term injury list as he may not return until April.
Jeffrey Schlupp, Julian Speroni, Martin Kelly and Chelsea loanee Ruben Loftus-Cheek are also unavailable for selection and boss Roy Hodgson could be tested as he prepares to pick a team to take on Everton.