Arsenal definitely have a lot to hope for in the game vs Everton. Let’s face it – Everton are not the primed favorites and they are unlikely to make a real splash, but if you have been doubting them too much, you will be wrong to do so. With a shaky winning streak, they are back on top and they promise to be able to play better than they have ever done before.
Score another point, and the team will definitely have what to cheer for! They will be back in an upswing – an achievement that not many teams can be particularly proud of. Still, the team will have to overcome Everton and Everton themselves seem to be quite confident. Let’s have a look at what we can expect tomorrow during the match between Arsenal and Everton.
Taking a Look at the Latest Developments
Here’s the statistics
Sunday 4pm Sky Sports Premier League
Venue Emirates Stadium
Last season Arsenal 5 Everton 1
Referee Jonathan Moss
This season G4 Y11 R2 3.25 cards/game
Odds H 1-2 A 6-1 D 7-2
Subs from Leno, Martínez, Lichtsteiner, Holding, Mavropanos, Torreira, Elneny, Mkhitaryan, Iwobi, Welbeck
Doubtful Torreira (knee)
Injured Kolasinac (knee, Oct), Jenkinson (ankle, Nov), Koscielny (achilles), Maitland-Niles (leg, both Dec)
Discipline Y9 R0
Leading scorers Aubameyang, Iwobi, Lacazette, Mkhitaryan, Monreal, Mustafi, Özil, Welbeck, Xhaka 1
Subs from Stekelenberg, Baines, Davies, Holgate, Davies, Dowell, Bernard, Niasse, Calvert-Lewin, Lookman, Baningime
Injured Coleman (foot), Gomes (hamstring), Jagielka (knee), Keane (skull, all 29 Sep), McCarthy (leg, Nov)
Discipline Y9 R2
Leading scorer Richarlison 3
The details here cover what you need to know about the upcoming game. You can additionally follow through with our own live stream available at the bottom of the article. We provide you with all that you need to know about any upcoming football competition. There is definitely a lot to take into account, but even then, we believe that our statistics are fairly accurate. Speaking of which, let’s take a look at Arsenal and Everton’s chances of actually winning.
Arsenal Faces Quick Everton
Everton have not had the best of luck, we will admit this much. But even then, the team has fought long and hard. Even though they are 12, they have a good chance to tackle the top competitors in the field. Arsenal, of course, have been known to make the occasional mistake that has cost them dearly and truly so.
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) September 22, 2018
Fighting the good battle, Arsenal are definitely likely to inflict another loss to Everton’s name. However, Everton themselves are composed, as we have mentioned. They draw their confidence from the fact that they have managed to stay neck-and-neck with the teams that oppose them.
Arsenal have their own difficulties to overcome. So, what will the game bring, really? We have prepared a number of useful links that will help you find your feet in the competition:
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An Important Sunday By All Estimates
Sunday will bring us quite a bit of decent football action. Following Liverpool’s recent victory and Manchester’s draw, much can happen tomorrow that will be decisive in this round of the EPL. To be perfectly honest, Manchester City are the only team apart from Arsenal that may have a serious claim on the big title on Sunday.
Arsenal themselves can feel the pressure coming from playing at the highest level and performing less well than they were expected, too. On the plus side, Arsenal are now doing slightly better than what critics had predicted.
Truly, Arsenal had to bear a lot of negative feedback in light of their poor performance chalked up to the new team coach. However, change in management is often confusing and Arsenal has been losing confidence of late. Call it a “crisis of leadership”. Still, The Gunners are finding their pace and they will find their pace. Perhaps not round of the EPL, but hopefully soon.