Tottenham winger Andros Townsend could start in Sunday's huge game against Everton, reports The Independent.
“We’re positive on Andros and he has a chance (for Everton), he’s up for selection,” said Tim Sherwood after Wednesday training.
The England international has been brilliant for Spurs in the first-half of this Premier League season, but picked-up a hamstring injury against West Ham last December, and missed Tottenham's last nine matches, which has weakened the north London club.
The England starlet could make a major impact on Tottenham's attacking line with his spirit of always going forward to try and put the ball in the net.
Indeed, Everton's defence should very be careful of Spurs' flying winger and his 84 percent passing accuracy, as it could benefit to Roberto Soldado. The Spain international could see his name back on the score sheet, having previously been well served by Townsend.
The winger was very impressive for Tottenham in last summer's pre-season after returning from QPR.
With high expectation from England's head coach Roy Hodgson, Andros Townsend could make a massive impact in Brazil.
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