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Everton vs Arsenal LIVE: Premier League result, final score and reaction tonight

Demarai Gray hit a screamer in stoppage time to earn all three points for Everton over Arsenal after Richarlison cancelled out Martin Odegaard’s opener

Michael Jones
Monday 06 December 2021 23:13
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Demarai Gray smashed home a long-range strike in the second minute of stoppage time to earn Everton a 2-1 victory over Arsenal and end the team’s eight-match winless run in the English Premier League on Monday. The winger cut in from the left and took aim with a fierce shot that flew in off the inside of the post, completing Everton‘s comeback after Richarlison’s equalizer in the 79th. It sparked scenes of jubilation at Goodison Park on a night there was a small protest by home fans inside the stadium at the board’s running of the club. It looked like Martin Odegaard’s volley in the second minute of first-half injury time was going to win the game for Arsenal, which was looking to climb back into fifth place with a victory. The visitors rode their luck, with Richarlison having two goals — a header in the 43rd and a low finish in the 57th — ruled out by video review because of marginal offside decisions. The Brazil forward kept plugging away and got his reward when he headed home a rebound after another powerful shot from Gray was tipped onto the crossbar by goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale. It was Everton‘s first win since Sept. 25 and moved the team eight points clear of the relegation zone. In the 27th minute of the game, a section of Everton fans left their seats to signal their unhappiness at the board amid the club’s 27th season without a trophy Some of the fans were seen making their way toward the exits inside Goodison as play continued.

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And finally:

Chartlon Athletic vs Norwich

Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal

Michael Jones6 December 2021 19:16
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Another all Premier League clash:

Barnsley vs Ipswich Town or Barrow

Peterborough United vs Bristol Rovers

West Ham vs Leeds United

QPR vs Rotherham United

Michael Jones6 December 2021 19:15
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An all Premier League tie at Old Trafford:

Birmingham City vs Plymouth Argyle

Manchester United vs Aston Villa

Wolves vs Sheffield United

Newcastle vs Cambridge United

Michael Jones6 December 2021 19:13
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There are still a few Premier League teams left but the champions are out:

Port Vale vs Brentford

Swindon Town vs Manchester City

Wigan Athletic vs Blackburn Rovers

Luton vs Harrogate Town

Michael Jones6 December 2021 19:12
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Everton know who they’ll face now too:

Hull City vs Everton

Bristol City vs Fulham

Tottenham Hotspur vs Morecambe

Millwall vs Crystal Palace

Michael Jones6 December 2021 19:11
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The current holders are out:

Kidderminster Harriers vs Reading

Leicester City vs Watford

Mansfield Town vs Middlesbrough

Hartlepool United vs Blackpool

Michael Jones6 December 2021 19:09
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The fixtures keep on coming:

Cardiff City vs Preston North End

Coventry City vs Derby County

Burnley vs Huddersfield Town

West Brom vs Brighton

Michael Jones6 December 2021 19:08
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The next fixtures out are:

Swansea City vs Southampton

Chelsea vs Chesterfield

Liverpool vs Shrewbury Town

Michael Jones6 December 2021 19:06
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First up is Boreham Wood or St Albans City vs AFC Wimbledon followed by:

Yeovil Town vs Bournemouth.

Stoke City vs Leyton Orient.

Michael Jones6 December 2021 19:05
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Everton vs Arsenal: Line-ups

Everton XI: Pickford, Coleman, Keane, Godfrey, Mina, Allan, Doucoure, Gray, Townsend, Gordon, Richarlison

Arsenal XI: Ramsdale, Tomiyasu, White, Gabriel, Tierney, Partey, Xhaka, Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli, Lacazette

Michael Jones6 December 2021 19:00

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