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Everton winger Theo Walcott is on course to return to training this week after being taken to hospital with a head injury.
Theo Walcott lasted just one minute on the pitch at Goodison Park. The Everton player got a ball to the face and had to be stretchered off just seconds into the game.
With their minds set on the long-awaited Champions League final, Pochettino's Tottenham were unable to beat Everton in front of their fans, putting an end to a forgettable season, a season that will end for the North London club on 1st June.
Theo Walcott, if chosen for the squad, will contest a very special match on Sunday. The English player will face Arsenal, the club at which he burst onto the scene from being very young and where he aimed to be one of the best players in the world.
Everton made an early exit from the EFL Cup, losing to Southampton on penalties as Theo Walcott failed to convert against his old club.
Theo Walcott would have been better off re-joining Southampton rather than moving to Everton, according to Charlie Nicholas.
Everton are still yet to win a Premier League game at Bournemouth as the ‘Cherries’ came back from behind to reverse a 0-2 deficit at Dean Court. Both clubs maintain their unbeaten start to the Premier League season, with the fixture boasting four second half goals and two red cards.