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Arsenal Vs Everton – Predictions And Match Preview

Arsenal Vs Everton – Predictions And Match Preview

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Arsenal vs Everton – After defeating Leicester City 0-1 in the Premier League, Arsenal are looking to win again.

In that contest, Arsenal had 66% of the ball, and two of their 10-shot attempts were successful. Gabriel Martinelli scored the goal for Arsenal (46′). Leicester City, on the other hand, only made one goal-scoring effort, and it was unsuccessful.

Arsenal have not kept a clean sheet in a number of recent games. They will be concerned that in five of their previous six matches, Arsenal allowed opponents to score, conceding eight goals in the process.

Before this game, Arsenal won all six of their home league games. After losing to Aston Villa in their last Premier League game, Everton will be hoping for a better result this time.

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Everton had 47% of the possession in that game and 15 attempts on goal, with five of them on target. Five of Aston Villa’s nine attempts at goal were successful. For Aston Villa, goals were made by Ollie Watkins (63′) and Emiliano Buendia (81′).

Recent games featuring Everton have shown a pattern where at least one team keeps a clean sheet. It has happened five times, as can be seen by looking at their last six contests.

Everton have only tallied three goals in these matches, while the other teams have combined for eight goals. Whether or not that trend can continue in this game will be an intriguing thing to see.

Everton haven’t lost in either of its previous two league away games, according to an analysis of their prior performances. In their last five league encounters, they have failed to win away from home.

Arsenal vs Everton – Betting Analysis

Looking back at their previous head-to-head meetings since February 23, 2020, Everton have won four and Arsenal have won two, with 0 games being drawn.

During those matches, they combined for 19 goals, with 10 coming from Arsenal and nine from the Toffees. 3.17 goals have been scored on average per contest.

The last league game between these two teams was on February 4, 2023, on Match Day 22 of the Premier League. Everton beat Arsenal 1-0.

Everton had 30% control on that particular day, and they attempted 12 goals, with four of them. James Tarkowski (60′) was the only member of their team to register a goal.

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Arsenal made 15 attempts on goal at the other end, with three on target. David Coote served as the umpire for the game. For Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, Mohamed Elneny, and Gabriel Jesus will be unable to participate due to knee injuries.

Sean Dyche, the manager of Everton, must select a squad with a limited roster. Andy Lonergan (knee trouble), Andros Townsend (cruciate ligament injury), and Nathan Patterson (knee injury) won’t be able to play in this game.

We think Arsenal have what it takes to stay on top for a long time and should be able to take advantage of some of the chances they create.

Everton, on the other hand, might find it difficult to score their own goal, though we believe they will ultimately succeed at least once.

What are the best odds for this match?

Looking at the bookies’ prices on the 90-minute result market, victory for Arsenal is best priced at 1.37, a bet on the draw is 4.82, and betting on the win for Everton will get you 8.7. They’re the most competitive market prices offered at the moment.

Arsenal vs Everton: Head-to-Head

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Our Prediction: Home Win

 

 


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