The Blues were impressive in the 1-1 draw at Goodison Park.
The Villans beat Rotherham 3-0 on Saturday afternoon.
The Leicester City star has been linked with a move to the Emirates this summer.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton remained coy when asked about the possibility of Joe Garner heading to Ibrox.
The Blues picked up their first victory of the season in the Championship clash.
The former Manchester City and Southampton striker bagged a brace in Saturday's 3-1 home win over the Montreal Impact to become the club's all-time leading scorer in MLS with 59 regular-season goals.
The 20-year-old midfielder helped set up the opening goal and completed the scoring in Saturday's 3-0 victory over Rotherham United at Villa Park.
Jessica Ennis-Hill wasn’t going to die wondering. As she lined up for the 800m, the final event of the women’s heptathlon, she knew she needed to overturn a 142-point deficit to surpass Nafissatou Thiam, the brilliant young Belgian – nine years her junior – if she was to retain her Olympic title. That equated to 9.47 seconds: the exact difference between their two personal bests.
Gold medals never come easy, but Mo Farah’s third was harder than most. First Farah fell, and then he found himself in a fierce final sprint with Kenya’s Paul Tanui.
A Liam Boyce hat-trick settled a thrilling Highland derby in Ross County’s favour as they beat Inverness 3-2 in the Scottish Premiership.
It was a small thing in the context of the numbing deflation that pursued England from the Bouches-du-Rhône back to sleepy Chantilly, but it still irked.
As the Wales players made their way on to the team bus after the game, fuelled with optimism but looking physically and mentally spent, three million people back home were saluting their heroes. Yet for Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey and everybody else connected with Chris Coleman’s team, it was the 24,000 Wales fans inside the stadium who deserved all the praise.
Wayne Hennessey will have an injection in his back to enable him to be fit to face England on Thursday after he was ruled out of the opening group game against Slovakia only a couple of hours before kick-off. The Wales No1 suffered a back spasm, forcing Chris Coleman to give Danny Ward, the 22-year-old Liverpool goalkeeper, his first start for his country.