Match Venue: Emirates Stadium
Match Date: 04 Feb 2018 | 1:30AM (Asia GMT+8)
12BET (Football Betting Tips) Arsenal will aim to bounce back after Swansea surprisingly beat them in a 3-1 EPL clash. And this time as the Gunners host Everton, expect Arsene Wenger’s men to control the game more often.
Head to Head Matches
22-10-2017 Everton 2:5 Arsenal
21-05-2017 Arsenal 3:1 Everton
13-12-2016 Everton 2:1 Arsenal
19-03-2016 Everton 0:2 Arsenal
24-10-2015 Arsenal 2:1 Everton
Arsenal has been shamed by struggling Swansea in midweek. The result has further put Arsene Wenger and his squad to face more pressure in the battles ahead.
The Gunners have only very few injury concerns ahead of the duel against Everton. Jack Wilshere could miss out because of illness; while Santi Cazorla remains a long-term absentee due to achilles problem.
Good thing, Danny Welbeck could start against Everton. The signing of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan might give the club an edge as well.
Sam Allardyce Everton has neither fresh injury nor significant number of players injured. Along with this positive note is that the club has ended their seven-match run without a win in midweek to land in the 9th spot of the EPL table.
Seamus Coleman has also completed 90-minute rally in a stunning return to first-team action. Ashley Williams, Cenk Tosun, Jonjoe Kenny, Morgan Schneiderlin, and Yannick Bolaise will all also push for starting spots on Saturday.
Considering the fact that Everton have only won a single away match to Arsenal this season, it’s highly likely that the same outcome will happen here. The Gunners, despite struggling to go back to top four, remain to be a tough and unyielding team.
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