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Arsenal vs Everton predictions for Sunday’s Premier League match at Goodison Park. The Gunners are back in domestic action as they search for three points away at Everton. Read on for all our Arsenal vs Everton free predictions and Betting Tips.
The Everton vs Arsenal match date and time is set. Everton vs Arsenal fixture is on Sunday, 22 October and game kick-off time is 13:30 BST at Goodison Park.
Date: Sunday, 22 October
Time: 13:30 BST
Stadium: Goodison Park, England
Here are the best Arsenal vs Everton & Hove & Albion odds and our Arsenal vs Everton Predictions and Betting Tips:
Home Win Best Odds: 3.85 with Unibet
Away Win Best Odds: 2.04 with Unibet
Draw Best Odds: 3.65 with Unibet
We expect a draw at 3.65 with Unibet. Below you can read the reasons for our Arsenal vs Everton predictions.
We expect a 2-2 draw at 15.0 with bet365
Kick-off comes less than 72 hours after both teams played in the Europa League which could have an affect on the match, with both teams looking for the points for different reasons.
Arsenal had been in good form up until last week’s loss to Watford, and have struggled at Goodison Park in recent years having only won one of their last 5 visits.
However, Everton have been very under par this season since the departure of Romelu Lukaku, who’s goals they are struggling to replace in attack. So far this season they have won just twice in the league.
They are always tough to play against though and rise for the big occasion especially in front of their own fans, which is why we think this one could end up in a draw at 3.65 with Unibet.
Given either side’s lack of preparation among other factors, we think there could be goals in this one. Both teams have defences that can be susceptible at times, so we are backing 2-2 at a tempting 15.0 with bet365.
Who will score first? As mentioned, Everton are lacking an out and out goalscorer at the moment, but new signing Gylfi Sigurdsson could be a good bet at 10.00 with bet365.
Eyebrows were raised when the Toffees paid £45m to secure his signature during the summer, and now is the time for the Icelandic international to step up and prove his worth in a big game.
Arsenal travel to face Everton on Sunday afternoon. The Gunners are looking to bounce back from last week’s disappointing loss away to Watford with three points at Goodison Park, against a team desperately in need of a win themselves following a run of poor form.
Arsenal had been unbeaten in their last six before the loss to Watford last week. That result and the lack of preparation following Thursday’s Europa League game could make this a difficult one for them.
Arsenal Form: LWWWWD
Despite spending a sizeable amount in the summer to replace Romelu Lukaku, Everton are yet to click into gear this season. Ronald Koeman’s side have won just twice in the Premier League this season.
Everton Form: DDWLWD
The two teams have met 208 times previously, and is one of the most commonly played fixtures in English football. Arsenal have the edge with 103 wins, but Everton have beaten the Gunners 60 times themselves. There have also been 45 draws between the two sides.
Arsenal will be without Shkodran Mustafi, although Danny Welbeck and Laurent Koscielny are now back from injury. Santi Cazorla is out longer term.
Ronald Koeman has a number of injury problems to deal with. Aaron Lennon, Ross Barkley, Ramiro Funes Mori, Seamus Coleman, James McCarthy and Yannick Bolasie are all out.
Draw at 3.65 with Unibet
2-2 draw at 15.0 with bet365
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