Arsenal host Everton at The Emirates Stadium this weekend in the next round of Premier League fixtures. This is a game in which the reverse fixture ended 5-2 to Arsenal at Goodison Park earlier in the season and Arsenal could do with a repeat of that scoreline tomorrow evening.

It was the last game Ronald Keoman took charge of at Goodison Park before he was shown the exit door and since then Everton have improved drastically under new boss Sam Allardyce.

Theo Walcott joined Everton this winter after becoming surplus to requirements at Arsenal and the 28-year-old seems to have found the perfect place to reignite his career.

After 12 years at The Emirates, the English international decided to move on and step out of his comfort zone and joined Everton in January. Walcott already looks like a different player at Everton, he has scored twice and also made an assist in his first two games for the Blues.

When Arsenal host the Toffees this weekend, Walcott seems the greatest threat at the moment in the Everton squad and will be keen to put his former employers to the sword.

You would hope that Arsene Wenger would be tactically aware of the threat Theo can pose, something that we didn’t see too much off towards the end of his career, Walcott playing largely off the bench and although the likes of Wayne Rooney have improved in recent weeks for Everton, Walcott will be the one who would want to show Arsenal what they’re missing this weekend.