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Jonny Evans | Defensemen | #6

Team: West Bromwich Albion
Age / DOB:  (28) / 1/2/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 170

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An unexpected result at the Hawthorns today as West Bromwich Albion were defeated 0-1 by Norwich City.
The Baggies had not lost a league match at home since Christmas. The Canaries had not won a match on any ground since the 2nd of January. Naturally, today's result went the opposite direction of these long-running trends. Jonny Evans returned from injury to get a start in the West Brom defense along with Craig Dawson who overcame a knock picked up last week. Norwich didn't threaten much, but they made the most of their limited chances with the lone goal of the match in the 50th minute. The Baggies came closest late on, when Salomon Rondon, who has been on fire in recent weeks, got the ball in a dangerous area, but Seb Bassong made a crucial tackle before Rondon could get a shot away. In fact, the Baggies failed to register a single shot on target on the day, running into a Norwich side that suddenly has learned how to defend. Mar 19 - 1:34 PM
Source: NBC Sports

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Jonny Evans will miss the visit of his former club, Manchester United, while still suffering from the effects of a hamstring injury.

The Northern Ireland center back has been on the verge of a comeback for a few weeks now but Week 29 will come too soon for a return. Craig Dawson, Gareth McAuley, Jonas Olsson and James Chester are likely to continue as the Baggies defensive starters in front of Ben Foster. Evans looks likely to be ready for a return for Week 30.
Source: espnfc.com
Mar 4 - 12:01 PM

With Chris Brunt out, Jonny Evans is in line for an immediate return to the starting line-up if he can regain his fitness in time but that's no sure thing.

James Chester filled in for Brunt after he went off on a stretcher in West Brom's 3-2 win over Crystal Palace on Saturday. Whether it is Chester or Evans who makes the start against the league-leading Foxes, one this is for sure, there will be less attacking impetus from the left back spot than there has been. In a side that has struggled for goals all season, that can't be a good thing. Given the opposition, it's hard to see risking a spot in your line-up on either Evans or Chester.
Source: espnfc.com
Mar 1 - 9:26 AM

Tony Pulis remains "hopeful" that defender Jonny Evans will be fit for the visit of Crystal Palace this weekend.

The Baggies boss was talking ahead of his sides’ game at the Hawthorns on Saturday with the news coming a huge surprise after the defender was initially ruled out for several weeks. "We are hoping Evans will be fit, so our fingers are crossed with that one," revealed Pulis. "We will look at a couple of others too." Gareth McAuley (hamstring) and Craig Dawson (ankle) have trained and will face Palace as long as neither suffer a setback. Alex Pritchard has impressed since his arrival on-loan from Tottenham but: "He's been out injured for a long time so it's about being patient."
Source: Sky Sports
Feb 26 - 7:22 AM

Jonny Evans has been ruled out "for a while" after aggravating a hamstring injury during Saturdays’ FA Cup loss at Reading.

The news will come as a massive blow to West Brom who are already without the services of Gareth McAuley (hamstring) and Craig Dawson (ankle) through injury. The former Man United player has excelled since his arrival in the summer and was described as the best Baggies player "by a country mile" this season according to Tony Pulis. West Brom face the prospect of having only four fully fit senior defenders in game week twenty-seven and will meet a Palace side buoyed by their fifth round win at White Hart Lane with a patched up back four.
Feb 22 - 11:26 AM

Jonny Evans joins a growing list of injuries for West Brom as the Baggies continue to drop down the table.

When Evans departed against Swansea in mid-week with a hamstring injury, it was Craig Gardner who replaced him in the center of the Baggies' defense. With James Chester apparently lodged firmly in Tony Pulis' doghouse, it seems likely that Gardner will get at least a couple of starts with Evans on the sidelines. A trip to St. James' Park should provide a fairly easy re-entry into a starting role for Gardner.
Source: espnfc.com
Feb 5 - 1:48 PM

West Brom could be without a key defender for a critical stretch in the race to avoid relegation after Jonny Evans limped off against Swansea City on Tuesday.

The former Manchester United defender was pulled from the 1-1 draw in the 53rd minute after suffering a hamstring injury. Assistant manager Dave Kemp said he expects Evans to miss some time after being assessed today: "He's got a bit of a slight hamstring strain. He'll have that scanned tomorrow to see the extent of that, hopefully its not too bad. I think his previous one kept him out for a couple of weeks so we'll hope for the best there. Everybody gets injuries but we've got some important players out right now." The club is already missing James Morrison and Chris Brunt as Evans looks set to join the list.
Feb 3 - 8:11 AM

Jonny Evans picked the right time for Tony Pulis and company to score his first goal for West Bromwich Albion with his 93rd-minute strike in a 2-1 win against Stoke City.

Evans was the beneficiary of a hectic scramble in the box with just a minute of stoppage time remaining as he poked in the match-winner following a corner kick. The Baggies were first to score after Stephane Sessegnon connected on a cross from James Morrison at the hour mark to give them the lead. But Jon Walters equalized for the visitors in the 81st minute before Geoff Cameron gave West Brom a man advantage after his sending off just moments later. Pulis made two changes from last weekend, adding Craig Gardner for the injured Jonas Olsson while Saido Berahino continues to start on the bench as Rickie Lambert played the full 90.
Source: NBC Sports
Jan 2 - 12:25 PM

According to Tony Pulis, Jonny Evans is 50/50 to face Sunderland and their new manager Sam Allardyce on Saturday.

West Brom have four key players facing similar fitness situations with Evans, James Morrison, Salomon Rondon, and Saido Berahino all questionable. The Baggies are a thin squad at full health and that list of "questionables" represents their three best attacking players as well as a starter in the center of defense. West Brom have struggled to keep their defensive shape over the past two weeks in addition to their standing issues with scoring goals. It could be the perfect weekend for Sunderland to get a much-needed debut win under Sam Allardyce.
Source: BBC Sport
Fri, Oct 16, 2015 11:35:00 AM

West Bromwich Albion went about things in their typical defensive-minded fashion but they had all they could handle from Crystal Palace, shipping two second half goals and losing 0-2.

Palace were giving the Baggies fit throughout the match, mainly from the pace and trickery of Wilfried Zaha on the outside and the distribution of Yohan Cabaye down the middle. Things became ominous as the fragile reputation of Jonny Evans materialzied yet again, as the defender has to be removed inside the opening half-hour with a hamstring strain. Meanwhile, Tony Pulis made a halftime switch that may have backfired as he replaced one of his better attacking weapons in Saido Berahino and West Brom hardly gave Palace much trouble in their final third. With Jonas Olsson already banged up and Gareth McAuley only returning from an injury, the typically gold mine for fantasy managers of Baggie defenders has taken a bit of a hit. James Chester looks to benefit from more playing time, should any of the others miss additional time.
Source: NBC Sports
Sat, Oct 3, 2015 10:37:00 AM

Jonny Evans took all the plaudits for his outstanding performance against Southampton on Saturday but supporters would’ve been concerned to see the Republic of Ireland international limp off with just 5 minutes remaining.

However, good news from the Baggies’ camp as West Brom confirm that Evans was only suffering from cramp and the 27 year-old should be fine for the trip to Villa Park in GW6. Pulis rung the changes for the visit of the Saints despite a win last time out. Jonas Olsson was one of four players to make way while the manager changed his formation slightly to accommodate Rickie Lambert who was handed a start – against his former employers - for the first time since leaving St Marys’ back in 2014. Saturday also marked the return of Saido Berahino but the England U21 was unable to make any impact during his 35 minute cameo.
Mon, Sep 14, 2015 07:28:00 AM

After joining the Manchester United alumni association at the Hawthorns near the transfer deadline, Jonny Evans could get his first start this weekend.

With Joleon Lescott moved on to Aston Villa there is an opening for a center back at the Hawthorns and given the price paid, it seems likely that Jonny Evans will step right in. He should be considered an above average center back in all systems that favor clean sheets, tackles won, aerial duals won and passes intercepted as Tony Pulis defenses are well-known for producing a lot of all of those things for their center backs. Evans should be owned in single-ownership fantasy formats and at least started when the Baggies have mid-table and lower match-ups.
Source: espnfc.com
Fri, Sep 11, 2015 04:17:00 PM

Jonny Evans is reportedly getting close to an £8million move from Manchester United to Everton.

With only a year to go on his contract and having seen Manchester United sign Phil Jones and Chris Smalling to long-term extensions, Jonny Evans has seen the writing on the wall. The move to Everton, where Phil Jagielka is aging and Sylvain Distin has left, makes sense even if the £8million fee seems a little steep for a player who could leave for free next summer and clearly isn't part of the long term plan. This deal seems likely to close in fairly short order.
Thu, Jul 16, 2015 03:56:00 PM

Everton are interested in luring Jonny Evans away from Manchester United this summer, and they have a second player in mind should the Northern Irishman target fall through.

Rumor has it that should the Toffees fail to land Evans on a permanent deal, they will then target Tyler Blackett for a loan spell. Everton need to fill the void left by Sylvain Distin. John Stones will likely prefer the Evans plans to fall through if he remains with the club as Evans would surely be a bigger threat to his minutes than Blackett would.
Wed, May 27, 2015 12:19:00 PM

Jonny Evans is back from suspension and injury but Louis Van Gaal has indicated that he is short of the playing rhythm necessary to start.

Evans has missed a couple of months between a six match ban and a minor injury so that he is lacking "rhythm" isn't surprising. With United needing points to keep Liverpool at bay, Louis Van Gaal won't be taking any chances on players who he doesn't feel are ready to contribute. We might see Evans again this season if United lock down fourth place but it seems unlikely to happen before Week 38 unless injuries to others dictate it.
Fri, May 8, 2015 01:25:00 PM