Theo Walcott finally made his return to the Arsenal starting line-up after a number of matches waiting in the wings on the bench.
Theo Walcott isn't quite ready to return to the starting line-up and will likely do no better than some minutes off the bench for Arsenal's Week 20 trip to Southampton.
Theo Walcott, out with a groin injury since early November, faces a late fitness test in his efforts to return to the line-up for the second time this season.
Theo Walcott's injury issues continue with news that the attacking player is doubtful for Arsenal's Week 12 match against Manchester United.
The road to recovery has been a long one for Theo Walcott but Week 11 brings the possibility of a first start this season.
Theo Walcott returned to the pitch for the first time in ten months with a cameo appearance on 80 minutes against Burnley.
Theo Walcott's return to the starting line-up will likely be put off for another week with Arsenal in desperate need of three points against Burnley.
While he is certainly no sure bet to start or even enter as a substitute, Theo Walcott has taken a step forward with the news he will be with the team for the match with Sunderland.
Arsenal supporters may need to wait a little longer before they see a first team return for Theo Walcott and Serge Gnabry despite the pair participating in full training this week.
Theo Walcott's recover continues from the injury that sidelined him in January of 2014. The current estimate is that he is likely to return sometime around mid-September.
In his press conference, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger ruled Theo Walcott out of Brazil 2014. "The damage was real in the knee so he will have to take the needed time, so let’s not be hopeful that he will go to the World Cup - that is not possible."
What was originally reported as a one month injury has been changed to an ACL tear according to Arsenal.com meaning Theo Walcott will miss the rest of the 2013-14 season.
Theo Walcott and Arsenal face more uncertainty at the forward position after Walcott went down with a knee issue in Arsenal's 2-0 win over rivals Tottenham at the Emirates.
Arsenal fell behind in the opening minute of the second half, but the Gunners would score three unanswered goals, two by Theo Walcott, to overtake West Ham United 1-3.