Arsenal against Everton is one of the oldest fixtures in English football history and the latest chapter is set to be written at the Emirates on Sunday.
Arsenal are currently 4 points clear at the top of the league and a strong Everton side in fine form will be sure to test out Arsenal’s true title credentials.
Both teams have only lost once in there last ten games (Everton once all season) and the pair drew both matches last campaign.
Arsenal are the last ‘big’ team to play this weekend so there might be added pressure to get a result but if the fine goalscoring form of Aaron Ramsey continues, they might be too much for Everton.
KICK-OFF: Sunday, 4.00pm
PAST THREE MEETINGS:
Arsenal 0 Everton 0, Premier League, April 2013
Everton 1 (Fellaini) Arsenal 1 (Walcott), Premier League, November 2012
Everton 0 Arsenal 1 (Vermaelen), Premier League, March 2012
Arsenal’s home record this year, Won6 Draw0 Loss1, is the joint third best in the league
Arsenal have scored 15 and conceded 5 at home
Everton have joint third best away record in the league, Won3 Draw3 Loss1
Ramsey (8) and Giroud (7) have scored more than half of all of Arsenal’s goals this season
Lukaku has scored 8 goals this season, all in the league
Arsenal to win: 1.7
Everton to win: 5.0
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