Everton vs Arsenal preview, head to head results and Predicted lineups, Premier League Gameweek 14
This Saturday, Gunners face Toffees at Goodison Park and Alley Sport is here with Everton vs Arsenal preview, head to head results and other details about this fixture.
The climate maybe cold but things are certainly heated in Arsenal’s Camp as Gunners have failed to get a win last in five games and only scored twice in the process. Arsenal’s last fixture was against Southampton which the drew 1-1.
Against Burnley, Gunners lacked creativity in attack and Granit Xhaka was sent off in the fifty sixth minute when he grabbed Dwight McNeil neck after a challenge which earned him a yellow the referee checked VAR and gave a straight red to Xhaka for violent conduct and to add more misery to his Pierre Emerick Aubameyang scored an own goal in the seventy-third minute when Aubameyang ended up flicking the ball into his own net after a free-kick from Ashley Westwood. Burley got away with 3 points.
Meanwhile Everton have 2 wins 1 draw and 2 losses in last 5 but the Toffees pulled off an important win against the blues last weekend when Dominic Calvert Lewin won a penalty in the twenty-first minute by heading a high ball down in his path and drove into the Chelsea box and took another touch before being brought down by an on rushing Edouard Mendy at which referee pointed towards the spot. Gylfi Sigurðsson converted the penalty to give Everton the lead and the 3 points.
Everton vs Arsenal preview: Head to Head record
Everton & Arsenal have been involved in 46 matches. Everton won Seven direct matches. Arsenal won thirty matches. Nine matches ended in a draw. On average in direct matches both teams scored a 3.07 goals per Match.
The Last time these sides met in last February Arsenal won the match 3-2 with goals from Eddie Nketiah and a brace from Aubameyang meanwhile Calver-Lewin and Richarlison scored for the Toffees.
Everton vs Arsenal preview: Predicted Lineups
Arsenal are still missing Thomas Partey who is out with a thigh injury. Meanwhile, Everton are without Sheamus Coleman. Xhaka will miss today’s game due to suspension vs Southampton but will be available in this one.
Arsenal possible starting XI:-
GK: Bernd Leno
RB: Hector Bellerin
RCB: Rob Holding
LB: Keiran Tierney
DM: Granit Xhaka
AM: Dani Ceballos
LM: Bukayo Saka
ST: Pierre Emerick Aubameyang
Everton possible starting XI:-
GK: Jordan Pickford
LB: Ben Godfrey
CB: Michael Keane
CB: Ýerry Mina
CM: Abdoulaye Doucoure
CM: Gylfi Sigurðsson
RW: Alex Iwobi
ST: Domin Calvert-Lewin
We Predict that Arsenal will win the game 1-0 as they’ll be looking to win games for the fans and Arteta’s position as Arsenal boss.
The match kicks off at GMT 05:30 PM on Saturday, 19th December for British viewers, and the match can be caught live on Sky Sports UK. For Indian viewers, the match kicks off at IST 11:00 PM on Saturday, 19th December, and can be viewed live on Star Sports Select SD & HD Channels and can also be streamed on Hotstar.
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