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Arsenal vs Everton. Premier League.

Emirates StadiumAttendance60,296.

Arsenal 3

  • E Nketiah (27th minute)
  • P Aubameyang (33rd minute, 46th minute)

Everton 2

  • D Calvert-Lewin (1st minute)
  • Richarlison (49th minute)

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We look ahead to some of the key stats ahead of matchweek 27 in the Premier League as Tottenham travel to Chelsea and Liverpool host West Ham

Team news, key stats and ways to follow ahead of Arsenal vs Everton on Super Sunday (4pm kick-off).

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Team news

Arsenal could have Mesut Ozil back after he missed Thursday's Europa League game against Olympiakos on personal grounds, while Lucas Torreira, who also missed out with illness, may return.

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Carlo Ancelotti says Andre Gomes is 'available to play' against Arsenal following his return from injury but says Everton have not decided if he will start yet

Everton's Andre Gomes is pushing for a recall after featuring in a behind-closed-doors friendly barely three months after breaking his ankle. Fabian Delph is available after serving a ban and Bernard should be fit after overcoming a knock, but Theo Walcott will be assessed ahead of kick-off.

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As Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta prepares to face his former club Everton live on Super Sunday, we take a look at his five best goals for each club

Opta stats

  • Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 23 home Premier League games against Everton (W19 D4) since a 2-1 defeat in January 1996 at Highbury under Bruce Rioch.
  • Everton have kept clean sheets in their last two league games against Arsenal, both at Goodison Park, last keeping three in a row back in March 1913 (four in a row). The Toffees have, however, kept just one clean sheet in their last 32 away league games at Arsenal.
  • Arsenal have scored 327 top-flight goals against Everton - more than any other opponent has scored against another in English top-flight history. The Gunners have also won more top-flight games against Everton than any side has against another (97).
  • Everton's 23-game away winless run against Arsenal is their third longest run in their top-flight history against an opponent, after an ongoing 24-game run against Chelsea and 35-game run against Leeds United between 1946 and 2001.
  • Arsenal are unbeaten in six Premier League games (W2 D4), though haven't won consecutive games in the competition since a run of three in August 2019. The Gunners are also looking to keep three consecutive league clean sheets for the first time since November 2017.

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Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti joked that he would join Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Tom Davies for next year's New York Fashion Week!

Charlie's prediction

This is a cracking game. Two points separate the two teams, teams that have taken a lot of criticism recently, although I must admit the criticism has been balanced.

Everton players were not at it under Marco Silva, I did not see a style and did not see commitment. The list of players that were not showing up was quite big. All of a sudden, Duncan Ferguson and Carlo Ancelotti have come in and got the results despite not playing brilliantly.

The Arsenal defence is looking solid, but Everton will still give chances, especially with Dominic Calvert-Lewin enjoying the best period of his career. I'm not overly happy with the personnel in front of the Arsenal defence. Granit Xhaka did not sprint back at any time to help out at Olympiakos and, while Mateo Guendouzi played well, he will not play this weekend.

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Bukayo Saka has been different class, though, and Arteta has a nice headache selection from a group of improving attacking options. Arsenal finally have an opportunity to get away from the likes of 11th and 10th and threaten the race for Europe, if they get the momentum, why could they not grab a top-four position?

CHARLIE PREDICT: 3-1 (14/1 with Sky Bet)

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