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Tottenham attacker Brennan Johnson is expected to be available for the game against Everton on 23 December, according to Dr Rajpal Brar.

The injury expert claims that he likely will have undergone a procedure to get stitches and should recover in time post a head laceration he suffered in the win against Nottingham Forest.

Premier Injuries have given the Wales international a 50 per cent chance of being available for the game.

Tottenham attacker Brennan Johnson is expected to be available for the game against Everton on 23 December, according to Dr Rajpal Brar.

The injury expert claims that he likely will have undergone a procedure to get stitches and should recover in time post a head laceration he suffered in the win against Nottingham Forest.

Premier Injuries have given the Wales international a 50 per cent chance of being available for the game.

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Discussing the state of play with Johnson exclusively with Tottenham News, Dr Brar, a doctor in physical therapy and a sports scientist, said: 

A laceration just means a cut, in this case to his head.

The key will be how the laceration is healing and if he got stitches and had a procedure done, which seems possible, how it holds up under contact as well because the last thing you want is for it to open up again.

He should likely be back in action for the weekend unless there have been any fresh complications.

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Due to the numerous injuries at Spurs this season, Johnson has got more game time than he would’ve expected.

He’s already made 11 Premier League appearances for Ange Postecoglou’s side and has a tally of one goal and two assists.

Johnson has been deployed on the right wing, left wing and has even led the line for the Lilywhites this term.

It remains to be seen if he’s cleared for the Everton clash, whether or not he’s named in the playing eleven.