Carlo Ancelotti has twice worked with his new players since officially being unveiled as Everton manager on Monday.
The Italian boss had Theo Walcott back on the training field for a chunk of the Blues’ Christmas Eve session but admits the winger’s return is more likely to come at Newcastle than for Burnley’s Boxing Day visit.
Ancelotti expects forward Iwobi to be laid up for “two or three weeks”.
Midfielder Schneiderlin and Walcott have both been absent from Everton’s past three games with respective calf problems.
Lucas Digne, Yerry Mina and Fabian Delph, meanwhile, all came through the weekend draw with Arsenal following spells out of the side – and that trio are in contention to face Burnley.
Everton travel to Newcastle on 28 December and wrap up their festive Premier League programme with a game at Manchester City on New Year’s Day.
“Alex Iwobi is not going to play in the next games,” Ancelotti told evertontv.
“He is going to rest for two or three weeks, then start [training] with the team.
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