After a long spell out with an injury, Theo Walcott returns to the Arsenal squad against his former club Southampton in Week 12.
Theo Walcott is back in full training and could be in line to face his old club, Southampton.
Theo Walcott missed training yesterday, despite rumours that he would be fit for Arsenal's Champions League match against Dortmund, or possibly Manchester United this weekend.
Theo Walcott, recovering from groin and stomach surgery has suffered a setback in his recovery and will miss Week 9 against Crystal Palace.
Theo Walcott's abdominal injury has been diagnosed and the next step is minor surgery in Germany and missing four matches in all competitions.
Theo Walcott was a late scratch from Arsenal's win over Stoke with an ill-defined abdominal injury.
After a weekend that saw Walcott miss a couple of solid chances he cashed in with Arsenal's first Champions League group stage goal on the way to an Arsenal win.
According to Arsenal's official Twitter feed, Theo Walcott along with Jack Wilshere have been deemed "fully fit" for Arsenal's trip to Sunderland.
In England's World Cup qualifier against the Ukraine, Theo Walcott was treated by medical staff after suffering a "nasty" tackle in the 62nd minute.
Theo Walcott scored on Wednesday against Scotland but he also limped off with a swollen knee. Whether this will keep him out on Saturday is still uncertain.
Theo Walcott has been having an excellent start to the season and it continued on England duty with a first half goal against Scotland.
Theo Walcott might haven taken yet another step forward in his development after a one goal, two assist performance against Manchester City in Arsenal's final pre-season match.
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