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Arsenal Looking for Another Convincing Win Against the Winless Everton

Everton vs Arsenal - 17/09/2023

Arsenal Looking for Another Convincing Win Against the Winless Everton
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Everton are back at Goodison Park this weekend to play hosts to the in-form Arsenal off the back of the Toffees losing both of their home games so far in the new campaign with the Gunners looking for another title charge.

Despite drawing at home to Fulham, Arsenal can count themselves in great form to start this season with just two points dropped across the campaign.

The Gunners have managed to defeat Nottingham Forest on the opening weekend with a goal each from Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah.

Nketiah would score the following home game against Fulham that saw Saka bag another too, this time from the penalty spot.

Martin Odegaard was the hero against Palace away from home with a penalty conversion.

The Arsenal captain also scored in the win over Manchester United just prior to the international break, as the Red Devils took the lead before he equalised.

It looked as if United were set to win the game with a finish in the second half before VAR ruled it out.

Declan Rice would dramatically score the decisive goal with a finish in the 96th minute against United for his first Arsenal goal, as Gabriel Jesus then netted in the 101st minute of the match with his first goal of the season.

Thomas Partey is out here with a hip injury and won't return until next month, while Jurrien Timber is out for the season alongside Mohamed Eleny, but the latter may return in 2024.

As for Everton, it’s once again been another terrible start to the season where another campaign of fighting relegation is on the cards.

So far, they are winless in the Premier League with them only recently managing to get a point on the board in an away trip to Sheffield United.

Everton took the lead that day before falling behind in the first half. Arnaut Danjuma scored his first Premier League goal that day.

Danjuma also netted in the win over Doncaster Rovers in the EFL Cup second round, as Beto got off the mark too. Both summer signings scored after the Toffees went 1-0 down once again.

Further losses this season have seen Sean Dyche’s side lose to Fulham at Goodison Park, while they also managed to lose to Wolverhampton Wanderers soon after.

Their other away trip of the season saw them battered 4-0 by Aston Villa.

Forebet predicts a win for Arsenal and for the game to see under 2.5 goals.

Home team
Away team
Probability %
1X2
Pred
Correct score
Avg. goals
Weather conditions
Coef.
Score
Live
coef.
EPL
142561
2
0 - 1
2.01
19°
1.53
5.75 4.50 1.53 no no no
FT
0 - 1(0 - 0)
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- - -

Premier League

Premier League
OVERALL TABLE PTS GP W D L +/-
1
Manchester City 91 38 28 7 3 62
2
Arsenal 89 38 28 5 5 62
3
Liverpool 82 38 24 10 4 45
4
Aston Villa 68 38 20 8 10 15
5
Tottenham 66 38 20 6 12 13
6
Chelsea 63 38 18 9 11 14
7
Newcastle United 60 38 18 6 14 23
8
Manchester United 60 38 18 6 14 -1
9
West Ham 52 38 14 10 14 -14
10
Crystal Palace 49 38 13 10 15 -1
11
Brighton 48 38 12 12 14 -7
12
Bournemouth 48 38 13 9 16 -13
13
Fulham 47 38 13 8 17 -6
14
Wolverhampton 46 38 13 7 18 -15
15
Everton 40 38 13 9 16 -11
16
Brentford 39 38 10 9 19 -9
17
Nottingham Forest 32 38 9 9 20 -18
18
Luton Town 26 38 6 8 24 -33
19
Burnley 24 38 5 9 24 -37
20
Sheffield United 16 38 3 7 28 -69

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