The upcoming Premier League match between Arsenal and Everton is eagerly anticipated by both sets of fans. Arsenal is looking to consolidate its position at the top, while Everton will be aiming to climb up the table and avoid relegation. In this blog post, we’ll provide a detailed preview of the match, including team news, head-to-head record, betting odds, and our expert prediction.

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The Arsenal and Everton have had different fortunes this season, while one team is at the top of the table, the other team struggling this season. Arsenal currently sits at the top of the Premier League table with 57 points, while Everton is in the relegation zone with 21 points.

The Gunners comes into this match on the back of a 1-0 win over Leicester City in the Premier League. They’ve been in mixed form lately, winning two of their last five matches in all competitions. Mikel Arteta will be hoping that his team can continue their good run of form and secure a crucial win over Everton.

Everton, on the other hand, has had a tough time this season but they were back to form by winning two of their last five matches. They suffered a 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa in their last Premier League match, and Sean Dyche will be looking for a big response from his players.

Point Table

TeamMatch PlayedWinDrawLossGoal ScoredGoal ConcedeGoal DifferencePoints
Man City25174464253955
Man Utd24154541281349
Aston Villa2494113038-831
Crystal Palace246992131-1027
Nottm Forest2467111842-2425
West Ham2465132329-623

Arsenal vs Everton Team News

Upon the return of Thomas Partey to the Arsenal squad against Leicester after recuperating from a minor thigh issue, the spectators were relieved. Meanwhile, Gabriel Jesus and Mohamed Elneny, who are recovering from knee surgery, are confined to the treatment room.

Eddie Nketiah’s exclusion from the starting eleven was unexpected, amid rumors that he may have suffered an injury. He faces an uphill battle to reclaim his position in the team over Trossard or Martinelli, who despite sustaining a blow to the knee from Wilfred Ndidi while scoring the winning goal against Leicester, completed the entire match.

Despite this, Arteta has recently demonstrated that he is willing to rotate his resources, hence Partey, Nketiah, and Fabio Vieira, who, according to Arteta, is making a strong case for selection, may feature in the unforgiving March schedule.

Everton emerged unscathed from their encounter with Villa. However, Dyche is pessimistic about the chances of Dominic Calvert-Lewin recovering from his latest thigh issue in time to play against Arsenal, who were briefly linked with his signature.

Andros Townsend will require a few additional weeks to recover from his serious knee injury, while Nathan Patterson has encountered a setback in his recovery from a similar ailment and remains absent. James Garner is on the road to recovery from his back problem but will instead play for the Under-21s this week.

Dyche may consider Ellis Simms or Demarai Gray as his primary striker against the league leaders due to Neal Maupay’s ineffective performance. However, Alex Iwobi’s position is expected to be secure as he prepares to face his former team.

Arsenal likely lineup:
Ramsdale; Tomiyasu, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Xhaka, Partey; Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli; Trossard

Everton likely lineup:
Pickford; Coleman, Tarkowski, Coady, Mykolenko; Doucoure, Gueye, Onana; Iwobi, Gray, McNeil


The odds for the Arsenal vs Everton match are as follows:

Arsenal – 1.30 Draw – 5.25 Everton – 11


Arsenal will have the home advantage, and they’ll be looking to build on their good form in recent weeks. Everton, on the other hand, will be looking for a big response after their disappointing defeat to Villa.

We predict that this match will end in a 3-1 Arsenal favour. Both teams have quality attacking players, but their defences have been vulnerable this season. Saka and Martinelli will both be on the scoresheet, and help to regain the home advantage for the Gunners.

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