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Kickoff time, TV and live stream information for Everton vs. Arsenal.

Kickoff time, TV and live stream information for Everton vs. Arsenal.

Arsenal will be anxious to avoid another Goodison Park shock after Sean Dyche’s Toffees’ defeat on Merseyside last season rocked their title hopes.

As they travel to face winless Everton, Arsenal will try to maintain their winning streak from the start of the Premier League season.

The Gunners’ most recent game against Man United at the Emirates Stadium had a dramatic ending thanks to a late goal from Declan Rice.

With four games played, Mikel Arteta’s team now has ten points, trailing only Manchester City—the only team with a perfect record—by two points.

Everton, led by Sean Dyche, has had a difficult season thus far and is currently winless and in danger of dropping to the lower divisions.

They have only scored two goals in their four games, both of which came in their most recent match, a tense 2-2 draw at Sheffield United before the break.

They will be encouraged by the 1-0 victory they earned in Dyche’s first game in charge of the Toffees against Arsenal when they last visited Goodison Park.

A difficult summer on Merseyside has caused some discontent among the club’s devoted fans, so he might not be able to create a similarly raucous environment.

Despite this, there are still plenty of dramatic games in the Premier League.

Despite their struggles, Everton will still have a chance to win, so Arteta’s team will need to play their best game to avoid another shock.

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When will Everton and Arsenal meet?

On Sunday, Sept. 17, at Goodison Park in Liverpool, Everton and Arsenal play.

The game begins at 4:30 p.m. UK time.

The best way to watch Everton vs.Arsenal.

Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League will both carry live coverage of the Everton vs.

Arsenal matchup as part of Super Sunday.

The Everton vs. Arsenal roster.

Gabrial Maghalles may have to hurry to recover from an injury scare before the international break in order to be ready to face Everton after representing Brazil abroad.

On his international debut, he took a knock, but continued to play.

After the game, he was seen with an ice pack on his knee, and Arsenal supporters were relieved to see him return to practice two days later.

As he continues to recover from an injury that the Ghanaian FA first disclosed during the break in international play, Thomas Partey is also anticipated to be absent from the action. Jurrien Timber also has to watch the game from the sidelines; after a successful knee surgery, the Dutchman’s injury is now in the “recovery” stage.

Due to Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s pre-international break facial injury, Everton’s summer signing Beto might get the chance to make an impression right away for Dyche.

Although Jack Harrison is speeding up his recovery, it is still unclear whether he will be ready to start this weekend.

odds for Everton vs. Arsenal.

Betfred’s most recent odds are:.

Everton – 5/1.

Draw – 10/3.

Arsenal – 1/2.

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