Everton vs Arsenal: Prediction, kick-off time, team news, TV today
NAME: Everton – Arsenal
DATE: 17 Sept 2023
TIME: 15:30 UTC
VENUE: Goodison Park, Liverpool, England
Everton is going head to head with Arsenal starting on 17 Sept 2023 at 15:30 UTC at Goodison Park stadium, Liverpool city, England. The match is a part of the Premier League.
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Arsenal today head to Everton looking to maintain momentum after a huge win over Manchester United before the international break.
On the face of it, the Gunners should be leaving Liverpool with three points, but Goodison Park has not proven a happy hunting ground over the last few years.
Mikel Arteta’s side were beaten there last season, meaning it is five visits without a victory for the north London giants.
Still, the manner in which they claimed all three points against United has lifted the mood after a draw against Fulham, and the Toffees have been in dire form thus far.
If they’re going to end their hoodoo, now feels like the perfect time.
Everton vs Arsenal team news
Dwight McNeil is likely to be fit for the home side after recovering from an ankle injury, while Dominic Calvert-Lewin could feature after his recent facial injury. Jack Harrison is not ready to make his debut.
For Arsenal, there was a brief scare when Gabriel Magalhaes came off for Brazil but the defender looks to have avoided injury. Thomas Partey, however, is out.
Bukayo Saka should be fit despite reports suggesting he was injured on England duty.
Everton vs Arsenal prediction
Goodison Park appears to have a strong hold over Arsenal but that surely cannot go on forever. Given how Everton are playing at the moment, it would be a major shock if the Gunners do not end their hoodoo.