Arsenal vs Everton: Big match in perspective this weekend in the Premier League
The “New” Arsenal hosts Everton on the 26th round of the competition. After a busy market closure once again, people have expectations about Arsenal.
Maybe on his last moves as manager, Wenger took his last shots to try and take the Gunners out of this less positive situation in the league.
Sanchez is gone, but Aubameyang has arrived, Ozil was kept and Mkhitaryan came along on the Sanchez’s deal with United.
This is practically a new offensive sector. On defence, there’s nothing new, which has also generated some criticism.
Latest results – Arsenal:
30.01.2018 PR Swansea City 3-1 Arsenal
24.01.2018 LC Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea FC
20.01.2018 PR Arsenal 4-1 Crystal Palace
14.01.2018 PR Bournemouth 2-1 Arsenal
10.01.2018 LC Chelsea FC 0-0 Arsenal
07.01.2018 Cup Nottingham F. 4-2 Arsenal
Latest results – Everton FC:
31.01.2018 PR Everton FC 2-1 Leicester City
20.01.2018 PR Everton FC 1-1 West Bromwich
13.01.2018 PR Tottenham 4-0 Everton FC
05.01.2018 Cup Liverpool FC 2-1 Everton FC
01.01.2018 PR Everton FC 0-2 Manchester United
30.12.2017 PR Bournemouth 2-1 Everton FC
Everton’s win over Leicester has stopped the team’s poor streak and got them back to winning ways in the league. I always talk about Everton’s expectations on this competition considering the investment they’ve made.
And speaking of which, Walcott scored a brace on his debut, and left a great impression on the last match. The team occupies the 9th place with 31 points conquered.
Arsenal needs to react in the Premier League. They are in 6th place, outside of the European qualification zone, with only 1 win on the last 5 matches.
Honestly, I don’t believe on an immediate change of scenario. The signings they’ve made have barely had time to practice. Of course that they bring in more quality, but that can be occasional. Therefore, I believe on a strong Arsenal looking to score.
Arsenal vs Everton – Betting Tip and Prediction:
The big question here is the defensive problems that the team has been showing. Arsenal has been systematically conceding goals.
Even against weaker teams, and Everton actually has a good attack that can cause the Gunners some damage.
|Both teams to score||