Arsenal – Everton Preview & Live Stream – Arsene Wenger will welcome a return to home soil after a second terrible result on the road. Only Manchester City (37) have won more points in Premier League home matches than Arsenal (29) this season, while they standing ninth in the league in terms of points won away from home.
Everton finished a seven-match run without a win in trying to consolidate their position at the top half of this desk. They’ve just won one off league match all season and have not won away to Arsenal since 1996.
Arsenal finished a deadline day move for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but their club-record signing may need to make his debut from the bench, such as Henrikh Mkhitaryan failed in midweek.
Jack Wilshere missed Arsenal’s shock 3-1 defeat to Swansea on Tuesday with sickness and remains a doubt for Saturday evening’s game at home to Everton.
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Seamus Coleman finished 90 moments in a magnificent return to first-team activity in midweek but it could be a surprise when he was able to begin two games in quick sequence having returned from a broken leg.
Ashley Williams, Cenk Tosun, Jonjoe Kenny, Morgan Schneiderlin and Yannick Bolasie will all push for starting places on Saturday. Leighton Baines, James McCarthy, Ramiro Funes Mori and Maarten Stekelenburg are expected to overlook for the off side this weekend.