Gabriel Agbonlahor or Theo Walcott?

By Online Editorial

For TSR’s latest football poll, we want your answer to a simple question: Gabriel Agbonlahor or Theo Walcott – which player do you rate more and why?

They’re both English, young and lightning-quick, but which of these two Premier League stars do you rate as the better player?

Arsenal’s Theo Walcott has yet to play for the Gunners this season after picking up an injury in pre-season, but the 20-year-old is a favourite amongst the Emirates faithful. Last season he helped his side to victory with the first goal in Arsenal’s Champions League quarter-final second leg against Villarreal at the Emirates.

22-year-old Gabriel Agbonlahor has scored 36 goals for Aston Villa since his arrival at Villa park in 2005. With three league goals already this Premier League campaign and 12 last season, he is constant threat for any team facing Martin O’Neill’s side.

But which of these two English talents gets your vote?

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