The fallout from Everton's Premier League points deduction continues.

The Blues are set to appeal against the decision this week, while a number of other clubs, including Leicester City and Leeds United, could seek compensation.

The 10 points docking means Everton have moved down into the relegation zone, though a number of pundits are under the impression that Sean Dyche can still steer the club to safety.

Meanwhile, speculation continues surrounding possible punishments for Manchester City and Chelsea, who have been charged and are said to be under investigation respectively by the Premier League.

With the international break at an end, Everton can at least try and look forward to the match against Manchester United on Sunday. Fan protests against the Premier League are expected to take place with Sky Sports said to be taking action to cancel out offensive chanting during the game.

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Everton fans plan march ahead of Manchester United game

Supporters are planning a march to Goodison Park on Sunday ahead of Everton's clash with Manchester United.

It's certainly expected to be a raucous atmosphere as Sean Dyche's side return to action for the first titme since being docked 10 points for breaching the Premier League's financial rules.

Manchester United injury news

Christian Eriksen will miss Manchester United's visit to Goodison Park on Sunday after missing Denmark's international double-header over the last 10 days.

Meanwhile, Rasmus Hojlund's involvement is still in the balance after suffering a muscle strain during the 1-0 victory over Luton Town two weeks ago,

Everton's Friday agenda

We'll be hearing from manager Sean Dyche from Finch Farm at 1:30pm, with the Blues boss set to talk publically about the club's 10-point Premier League deduction.

Dyche will also preview Sunday's visit of Manchester United, in what is expected to be an electric atmosphere at Goodison Park.

Sean Dyche manager of Everton. (Image: Vince Mignott/MB Media/Getty Images)

Everton points deduction: Everything being done to challenge the Premier League amid appeal

Almost one week on from Everton being hit with an unprecedented points deduction, the battle lines have been drawn.

The Blues quickly came out to challenge the severity of the 10-point sanction. Interim chief executive Colin Chong labelled the punishment “wholly unjust” while the club said it did not recognise some of the factors said to have influenced the independent commission. An intention to appeal was made on the day the ruling was published.

Supporters mobilised quickly and now, less than seven days later, several significant protests are planned - bolstered by the incredible support shown to fan group the 1878s, which has received donations of more than £40,000 toward its efforts to highlight the fury among Evertonians.

Meanwhile, the fight has reached the corridors of power with political heavyweights such as regional mayors and MPs expressing concerns over the penalty and showing support for Everton’s appeal. As attention begins to turn to the weekend and the visit of Manchester United to Goodison Park, this is everything being done to highlight the anger over the club's treatment and back the case to challenge it.

Read the full story, here.

Everton's Goodison Park home (Image: Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images)

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Good morning!

Hello and welcome to today's Everton FC liveblog this Friday.

We're on the verge of the Premier League's return so that means one thing - managers' press conferences. Expect Sean Dyche's to be particularly busy for one or two reasons, we'll have coverage of that coming up later at 1:30pm.

In the meantime catch up with the top stories from Goodison Park, and of course stick around for the latest Blues updates: