West Ham and Watford, both on 34 points, have three games left to play. West Ham’s final game is at home against Villa on July 29.
Villa and Everton nullified each other in a first half without any clear chances. The visitors were more proactive, forcing Everton’s players to concede the ball, but they had to wait until the second half before they could make their superiority count.
Konsa scored in the 72nd minute, finishing off a fine cross from Conor Hourihane.
The near miss finally prompted a response from Everton, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin going close before Walcott equalized in the 87th. Konsa tried clearing after Walcott headed the ball over goalkeeper José Manuel Reina, but the ball had crossed the line.
Each side had had only one shot on target.
Source: Fox Sports