Everton vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Arsenal to get back to winning ways against Everton
Everton will host Arsenal on Monday in a crucial Premier League encounter.
Both the sides are coming off from big defeats. Everton were thrashed 4-1 by their noisy Merseyside neighbours while Arsenal got defeated at the hands of Manchester United at the Old Trafford.
Everton vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Match Odds
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Everton vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Preview
Everton’s last win came against West Ham United back in October as they are on a six match winless run in the Premier League.
Relegation is not looming as things stand but another loss could put them in sheer danger as they are five points adrift of the relegation zone.
Rafa Benitez’s future is hanging over a thread and he needs to sort out the mess before it becomes too late. They have had their moments in patches but have failed to see out games with sheer convictions.
Owner Farhad Moshiri has put in millions in a bid to make the club one of the greatest but they have been engulfed in mediocrity and have been fighting with the mid table teams.
The Toffees might be able to stay in the top flight but what’s next for them?
They have amassed a quality of players but still have been struggling to perform.
Arsenal’s winning momentum has been broken and they need to start from scratch. The Gunners lost two games against big teams and they need to start winning these kinds of games if they are to compete for the Premier League title.
Arteta has assembled a quality squad this season and a win against Everton can restabilise the situation. They started the United match quite positively and also got some chances. The side position especially Takehiro Tomiyasu was quite good in the first period.
Arsenal inflicted the first damage on United but couldn’t hold the momentum. The Gunners first goals came in the middle of some confusion as goalkeeper David de Gea was seen injured and Emile Smith Rowe took a shot which entered the goal without any hiccups.
The referee decided to award the goal as Fred was appeared to be the culprit behind the injury. Bruno Fernandes found the net as he levelled the proceedings.
Cristiano Ronaldo then nodded home from Marcus Rashford’s low cross but Martin Odegaard equalised for the Gunners in a similar fashion.
Odegaard was at fault at the time of the third goal as he fouled Fred inside the box and Ronaldo didn’t make any mistake as he converted from the spot.
It was poor defending which could have been averted at the time of the second goal. Rashford had an easy path in the box as he made his way through a tangle of legs and Ronaldo was unmarked inside the box and made them pay for their mistakes.
Thomas Partey’s performance hasn’t been up to the mark and he needs to tighten up his game. the form of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is a worrying concern and Mikel Arteta might need to rethink his strategy.
The former Borussia Dortmund striker had the perfect stage to fire it up but he failed to rise up to the big occasion. Gabriel Martinelli took his chances and had a pretty good game upfront.
Improvement is there but a lot of things still needs to be done as this young Arsenal side does have the potential to do more good.
Everton vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Recent Form
Everton lost their last three matches against Manchester City, Brentford and Liverpool respectively.
Arsenal lost to Liverpool but bounced back with a quality performance against Newcastle United as they defeated them 2-0.
They lost to Manchester United 3-2 in the last match.
Everton vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Predicted Lineup
Jordan Pickford; Lucas Digne, Micheal Keane, Ben Godfrey, Seamus Coleman; Allan, Abdoulaye Doucoure; Demarai Gray, Andros Townsend; Salomon Rondon, Richarlison
Aaron Ramsdale; Nuno Tavares, Gabriel, Ben White, Takehiro Tomiyasu; Thomas Partey, Mohamed Elneny, Emile Smith Rowe, Gabriel Martinelli; Martin Odegaard; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Everton vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Head to Head
Both the teams have played 217 games with each other. Arsenal have won 108 games while the Toffees have claimed 63 wins. 46 games have been drawn.
Everton vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Head to Head
according to the latest betting odds the Gunners are favourites against Everton.
Everton vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Latest Tweets
there is battle for 4th atm, the teams involved are Arsenal West Ham Leicester and at the start of the season Tottenham, we beat Leicester and Tottenham and lost away to Man U in a tight game where we didnt get a pen they did and Partey and Auba didnt perform
Arsenal game showed defensively expecially in CB, it’s really not good enough. Rather than come out and close down spaces, they get drawn further back. The final ball in attack also isn’t ruthless. We got into positions where better teams would have scored. What mistake on Prime?
Originally Tweeted By David (David36224537)
Return the money fans have paid to watch that crap and take it out of the players wages. They should be paid on performance, they might show some effort, at the moment they would not be able to feed their kids. Put effort in pay them put nothing in DONT pay them. Shame on them.