Andre Gomes looks set to make his return to football against Arsenal after having ankle dislocated by Tottenham players back at the start of November.
Heung-Min Son pushed Gomes into an onrushing Spurs player resulting in the serious injury to Gomes and a red card for Son.
The red was eventually overturned because Son was upset and ‘not that kind of player’ even though just a few weeks later he kicked another player in the balls, seeing red again.
Everton’s 26-year-old midfielder has made a remarkable recovery and took part in a behind-closed-doors friendly over the weekend, where he played an hour.
He will now be included in the Everton squad that travels to London this weekend for what is an actual six-pointer with the Toffees two points ahead of Arsenal in the Premier League table.
A win for the Gunners would keep them in the hunt of a top 4/5 finish while defeat would surely put an end to any Champions League dreams via the league.