Sean Dyche has been preparing his Everton players for their crunch Premier League clash against Arsenal by making sure their piggy-backing skills are in top condition.
The Toffees took part in a rather usual session before their trip to the Emirates with players paired up as Dyche watched on with a big grin on his face.
Alex Iwobi and James Tarkowski were among those made to hold their team-mate in the air until getting a signal from the boss, when they would promptly swap positions.
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One fan then wrote on Twitter: "I'll be watching the next game closely when they concede a free kick at the edge of the box. Interesting wall incoming."
A second posted: "This must be the future evolution of football where players jump on their opponents to pass, dribble and score."
A rival hit back with: "It won't save them from losing to Arsenal in today's match."
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If nothing else, the Sky Sports clip showed a fine camaraderie between the playing squad as they look to secure survival, with Dyche's men a point from safety.
Having picked up two wins from their four league fixtures since the arrival of the former Burnley boss, the first was a huge dent in Arsenal's title charge.
Mikel Arteta's men have since clawed back a two-point lead at the top before their game in hand on Wednesday evening (March 1) with the Spaniard feeling confident.
He said: "It’s a case of doing things better than we did when we played them a few weeks ago and earning the right to win the game. Hopefully tomorrow we will play much better than we did that day.
"It’s like with any opponent. We showed [the players] what they do, what they are about, what we expect to do to try to beat them and nothing different.
"With Sean [Dyche], it’s quite clear what he’s done and where the success they’ve had is coming from. Tomorrow we’ll prepare the game in an appropriate and similar way."
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