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Predicted starting lineups for Arsenal vs. Everton as £79m duo return for Gunners and summer signing dropped.

Predicted starting lineups for Arsenal vs. Everton as £79m duo return for Gunners and summer signing dropped.

The Toffees and Gunners will square off on Sunday at 4:30 p.m.

also broadcast live on Freeview channel 276.

On Sunday afternoon, Arsenal will travel to Goodison Park to take on an Everton team that is desperate for a shock.

The Gunners have yet to lose a game in the Premier League this season, while the Toffees have only earned one point from their first four games.

The team earned that point in their most recent game, a 2-2 draw with Sheffield United.

Sean Dyche’s team performed admirably during that contest, but they still needed Jordan Pickford’s heroics in extra time to escape with a point.

In turn, Mikel Arteta’s team needed some late drama to defeat Manchester United 3-1, scoring twice in the final seconds to surprise their enmity rivals.

We’ve looked at the most recent team news ahead of Everton vs. Arsenal and made our best predictions at their respective starting XIs below.

But how will both sides line up when they meet on Merseyside this weekend?

Team news for Everton.

Going into the match on Sunday, Everton has a largely unblemished medical record, but a few first team players will be absent.

Both Dele Alli and Seamus Coleman are still out and will probably be out for some time.

At some point this month, Jack Harrison, a summer acquisition, is anticipated to recover from a hip complaint; however, the winger may find Arsenal’s visit to be a little too soon. Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who is recovering from a facial injury but was spotted in practice last week, may also make a comeback in some capacity.

Andre Gomes, who has missed the Blues’ last three games with a tight calf, might play, too.

Jarrad Branthwaite, who recently withdrew from international duty with England’s U21 team due to a groin issue, is also anticipated to be in contention.

After overcoming an ankle injury, Dwight McNeil is now fully healthy, but he might find it difficult to unseat Arnaut Danjuma from the starting lineup.

Everton selected an XI.

Jordan Pickford; Nathan Patterson; Jarrad Branthwaite; James Tarkowski; Ashley Young; James Garner; Idrissa Gueye; Andre Onana; Abdoulaye Doucoure; Arnaut Danjuma; Beto.

News about the Arsenal team.

When defender Gabriel Magalhaes hobbled off in the final minutes of his Brazil debut last week and was later seen with an ice pack on his thigh, Arsenal had a scare during the international break.

Prior to Tuesday’s qualifier against Peru, the 25-year-old did, however, train with the rest of his teammates as usual.

He then played a full 90 minutes at the center of defense in Lima, indicating that he will likely be available this weekend.

Additionally, Thomas Partey is probably going to be unable to travel to Goodison Park on Sunday.

At the end of August, the 30-year-old suffered a groin injury, and according to the Daily Mail, he might not be able to play again until after the following international break in October.

In response to Partey’s grievance, Arteta recently stated: “Unfortunately, he got hurt in training.

It does not appear good.

He’ll probably be out for a few weeks, in my opinion.”.

Jurrien Timber, a summer acquisition who sustained an ACL injury over the first weekend of the season, is still out for an extended period of time despite playing football.

According to a report from London, the Dutch defender underwent a successful operation two weeks ago and has now started the “recovery phase” of his recovery.

Mohammed Elneny is still out due to a knee problem of his own, and as he continues to recover, he has not provided any sort of firm return date.

Other than that, there are no injuries to report for the Gunners, but Arteta must make a big choice regarding the starting XI against the Toffees, deciding whether to start Gabriel Jesus and Fabio Vieira over Eddie Nketiah and Kai Havertz.

The starting lineup was predicted by Arsenal.

Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White, William Saliba, Gabriel Magalhaes, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Declan Rice, Fabio Vieira, Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Jesus, and Gabriel Martinelli.

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