Will Everton be able to capitalise on a wounded Gunners side following their Champions League defeat to Monaco in midweek?
Arsenal will have to pick themselves up, dust themselves off and quickly forget about their disappointing first leg tie against Monaco, as they continue to push towards their Top 4 aspirations in the League.
Despite Everton’s current poor league form of only one win in their last six, they’ll be going up against an Arsenal side who they haven’t lost to in their last two Premier League encounters.
Third place Arsenal have only lost one home match in the league this season, coming against Manchester United last November and with two sides playing out a thrilling 2-2 draw at Goodison Park in August, Sunday afternoon’s clash could once again prove to be a tight affair.
KICK-OFF: Sunday, 2.05pm
PAST THREE MEETINGS…
Everton 2 (Coleman, Naismith) Arsenal 2 (Ramsey, Giroud) – Premier League, August, 2014
Everton 3 [Naismith, Lukaku, Arteta (O.G.)] Arsenal 0 – Premier League, April, 2014
Arsenal 4 [Ozil, Arteta, Giroud (2)] Everton 1 (Lukaku) – FA Cup, March 2014
Arsenal to win: 1.57
Everton to win: 7
TV: Live on BT Sport 1, Sunday, 2:05pm