Everton will entertain Arsenal at Goodison Park in the Premier League on Sunday. The Toffees earned their first point of the season in a 2-2 draw with Sheffield United before the international break, while Mikel Arteta’s team secured an incredible 3-1 victory over Manchester United. The dreaded trip to Goodison Park comes early for Arsenal this season, as the Gunners aim to correct their recent Merseyside errors when they take on Everton in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.
Everton vs Arsenal
Arsenal has high expectations for the upcoming campaign because they are likely the only Premier League team that can compete with Manchester City. In the first four Premier League games, Arsenal scored ten points. Mikel Arteta’s squad defeated Manchester United 3-1 at home in the previous game. Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus scored goals in stoppage time of the second half to give the home team all three points after the teams came very close to dividing the points.
Everton appears to be the team that could struggle in the 2023–24 season as well, after making it through the final round of the previous campaign. For Sean Dyche’s club to get its first point, four games were necessary. Everton played Sheffield United 2-2 on the road after suffering three consecutive losses in the previous round. Even though Everton had a definite advantage in goal-scoring opportunities during the game, the clubs ultimately tied for the win. Now that Everton has another challenging encounter, the terrible start for a team from Goodison Park may continue.
This season, the Toffees have had a difficult time getting underway, losing three of their first four games. They have lost both of their home games by a score of 1-0, thus they will try to score in this game to get their home scoring streak started.
Seamus Coleman, Dele Alli, and Jack Harrison are all injured and will not be participating in the game, therefore they have a long injury list. Despite a recent fitness test, Dominic Calvert-Lewin might start on the bench. Additionally uncertain are Michael Keane, Andre Gomes, Lewis Dobbin, and Jarrad Branthwaite.
The only goals this season have come from Everton, who scored two in the previous round. However, despite dominating the game the entire time, Arsenal didn’t only triumph over Fulham.
The wisest wager for this match appears to be on the visitors to win because Arsenal currently has too much firepower for Everton.
It was demonstrated last season that the Toffees are a challenging opponent for Arsenal when the home team physically outmatched the visitors in midfield and pinned Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka to the flanks. They also have an athletic focal point in Beto who might be a challenge for the Gunners’ backline.
Tip: Arsenal to Win or Draw / Under 2.5 Goals
Arsenal to win – ✅
Under 2.5 Goals -✅
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