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Everton will be able to survive in the Premier League this season, even if they face further sanctions for breaking financial rules, according to former winger Theo Walcott. Despite not winning any of their last 13 league matches, Walcott believes that Everton will have enough to stay up.

Speaking on the BBC’s Planet Premier League podcast, Walcott expressed his concern that the ongoing uncertainty about a potential points deduction is affecting the team’s performances. He believes that players may be distracted by the situation and emphasized the importance of staying focused on the pitch.

Walcott highlighted the significance of Everton remaining in the Premier League, especially with the construction of a new stadium on the horizon. He acknowledged that relegation battles can be challenging but remains optimistic about Everton’s chances of survival. With experienced players in the squad who have been in similar situations before, Walcott believes that Everton will be prepared to fight until the end.

To hear more insight from Walcott and other guests discussing Premier League football, tune in on BBC Sounds.

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