Published: Sun, January 21, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Theo Walcott starts for Everton against West Bromwich Albion

Theo Walcott starts for Everton against West Bromwich Albion

Everton are ready to sell Aaron Lennon to Premier League rivals Burnley and the clubs have agreed a deal in principle for the winger to move to Turf Moor, according to BBC Sport.

Theo Walcott has revealed he was talked into swapping for by former England team-mate.

Prior to that, Sam Allardyce had enjoyed a fruitful honeymoon period with an eight-game unbeaten run.

The 30-year-old moved down the pecking order when Sam Allardyce secured Theo Walcott on a £20m deal. Only Brighton and last place Swansea have scored fewer goals than West Brom. Seamus Coleman is back in training and very close to coming back which is a bonus for us.

The Premier League match between Everton and West Brom will be broadcast online.

West Brom manager Alan Pardew said "We've had to monitor them this week as you have to with these concussion situations but we're pretty confident they will be okay".

"Having got the nod last week this was going to be my 1 000th game I'm absolutely delighted to have hit that milestone, mainly all in the Premier League".

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Dimitrov earlier came through a tough match against 30th seed Andrey Rublev in the heat of the afternoon. He was a guy I looked up to as a kid - and still do. "He kind of just smiled, kind of embraced me".

Alan Pardew picked up his first win as West Brom manager last weekend, helping the club with its first game since August 19.

The England global recovered from a stress-related illness in pre-season, having missed the last three months of the previous campaign, in which he made just 13 appearances.

Hegazi and his teammate Craig Dawson had a painful clash of heads against Brighton last weekend, and have been under observation for the whole week since.

Everton have only lost twice in 14 meetings in all competitions against West Brom (W8, D4).

With all that in mind, I am going to predict that Everton will get the win and all three points at home.

"They handle all that side of it, those negotiations, if and when they go on". This is a great chance for the side to win a game since Everton away is winnable. A team full of six foot plus players makes it imperative that Everton defend well from set pieces. Backing under 2.5 goals at Goodison seems like the most logical bet here.

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