The Everton midfielder had been sidelined with a hamstring injury.
Everton have been given a major boost ahead of tomorrow afternoon's Premier League game away to Tottenham Hotspur with the news that Idrissa Gueye is back available after injury.
Gueye missed the defeats to Manchester United and Liverpool in the Premier League and the FA Cup respectively due to a hamstring injury but is available for selection ahead of the clash against Tottenham at Wembley, as reported by the club's official website.
Having Gueye, who is hugely effective at making precisely-timed interceptions and playing short, snappy passes to his team-mates, is a major boost for Everton, who will be determined to return to winning ways.
Gueye's return is also timely as James McCarthy, who has endured much misfortune with injury problems, hasn't been especially sharp of late.
Tom Davies will also be hoping to start in midfield against Tottenham, but Gueye's extra defensive nous should give him the edge when Sam Allardyce considers what team to field.
Everton, for whom striker Cenk Tosun is likely to make his debut tomorrow following his switch from Besiktas, are determined to secure a top half finish and are currently in ninth place in the Premier League.