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Everton defender Michael Keane reflects on skull fracture horror at Bournemouth

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Michael Keane has called on Everton to improve their form away from home ahead of the trip to Bournemouth this weekend.

Keane fractured his skull in the corresponding fixture last season but the defender is looking forward to a return.

“That is what we will try to do on Sunday.” The England centre-back has been an integral part of Everton's resilient backline that has kept 10 clean sheets in their past 15 Premier League matches, and Keane believes it is a record his side can be 'proud of'.

“I fractured my skull there last year but that is not going to affect anything.

But Keane has now called on his side to improve their away form especially if they are to break in to the top six.

“I think getting back to Everton [after international duty] and refreshing my mind will be good for me.

“I will refocus and I want to help us get another positive result.” Despite making Goodison Park a fortress over the past couple of months, Marco Silva's side have struggled on the road, with them picking up just one point from their opening two Premier League away games.
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