Arsenal vs Everton: Prediction, Preview, and Key Players to Watch

Arsenal vs Everton: Prediction, Preview, and Key Players to Watch

Arsenal vs Everton Match Preview

Arsenal is hoping for a last day of magic. The Gunners are still in with a chance of winning the debut Premier League title in 20 years. To achieve this, the Gunners must beat Everton and hope they can beat their London opponents. West Ham can grab a thrilling win or draw in the match against Manchester City on Sunday.

  • Arsenal scored eight unanswered goals over Chelsea and Bournemouth during the two recent home victories.
  • Everton remains unbeaten in 11 consecutive road games throughout every competition.
  • Kai Havertz notched three goals in his past four games with the Gunners.

Arsenal continued their winning streak by playing five league games last Sunday. They escaped a difficult Manchester United test. Leandro Trossard scored the goal in the 1-0 win of Manchester United—Gunners against Old Trafford.

Everton has also been enjoying an impressive run recently. They have scored four victories and a draw during the five games in league play. Their most recent success was eight days ago, in an incredibly close 1-0 win over Sheffield United, who are bottom of the table.

Recent Duels

  • Arsenal are winless over the past five games against the Toffees.
  • Everton endured a brutal defeat of 0-4 on their previous time at Emirates Stadium, just over one year back.
  • Neither side scored any scores during the four prior games between the opponents.

Arsenal vs Everton Prediction

Everton has won four out of their last five league matches, but none have been at Goodison. Sean Dyche’s squad has needed help translating their impressive home record to the road.

The Toffees have not won in 11 following away matches in all competitions -. There have been just five goals scored during their run. Arsenal has the top defence record in the league in a significant way.

The Gunners have conceded 28 goals over 37 games during the campaign. The Gunners need to win this game to get the title they’ve always wanted. Mikel Arteta’s team has won five times.

Arsenal have not conceded a single goal over the past two home league victories with Chelsea and Bournemouth. We’ll be betting on the Gunners to beat Bournemouth with a three-goal in the difference with odds of 2.30

Kai Havertz has been Arsenal’s most impressive player in the second quarter of this season. He has 12 goals to his name in the Premier League, including three goals in his previous four games.

The German is expected to lead the line for the Gunners during the season’s final game on the field at home. We are awestruck by the 2.20 odds for his goal at any point in the game on Sunday.