MATCH DETAILS: Everton vs Arsenal: TV channel, team news, lineups & prediction

Just two days after the Merseyside club revealed 777 Partners as their new majority shareholder, Everton will play host to Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

Everton v Arsenal - player ratings | London Evening Standard | Evening Standard

The Toffees have yet to win a game in the top flight this year and are destined to flirt with the bottom half of the table for another agonizing nine months. This is a similar situation for many of the teams covered by the multi-club model operated by 777.

Everton was one of only four Premier League clubs to make a profit during the summer transfer window in an effort to lessen the financial chaos that 777 Partners is inheriting.

In the off-season, only Chelsea recorded a higher net spend than Arsenal.

That outlay has helped the Gunners to ten points from four games despite mixed displays. Yet, as Everton can attest, it can be difficult to get results in the Premier League even when playing well.

Here’s everything you need to know about Sunday’s match.

Where are Everton vs Arsenal playing?

  • Location: Liverpool, England
  • Stadium: Goodison Park
  • Date: Sunday 17 September
  • Kick-off Time: 16:30 BST / 11:30 ET / 08:30 PT
  • Referee: Simon Hooper
  • VAR: Stuart Attwell

Everton vs Arsenal H2H Record (Last Five Games)

  • Everton: 3 wins
  • Arsenal: 2 wins
  • Draws: 0
  • Last meeting: Arsenal 4-0 Everton (Premier League) – 1 March 2023

Current Form (Last Five Games)

  • Everton: LLLWD
  • Arsenal: WWWDW

Everton team news

Sean Dyche is suffering from an overabundance of injuries. While questions surround the additions of Youssef Chermiti and Jack Harrison in the summer, Seamus Coleman and Dele Alli have no chance of playing.

Michael Keane and Lewis Dobbin both have injuries. Although he now plays for Everton, Andre Gomes has a calf issue. Jarrad Branthwaite, a center back, is anticipated to be healthy despite missing England Under-21 duty due to a groin problem.

James Tarkowski and Dominic Calvert-Lewin both have injuries above the shoulders. The talismanic striker for Everton may wear a mask to preserve his broken cheekbone as Tarkowski recovers from a possible concussion sustained against Sheffield United during the international break.

Everton predicted lineup vs Arsenal

Everton predicted lineup vs Arsenal (4-5-1):Pickford; Patterson, Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Young; Garner, Gueye, Doucoure, Onana, Danjuma; Beto

At the end of August, Thomas Partey injured his groin while working out with Arsenal. The central midfielder will be “out for a couple of weeks,” according to the Ghanaian FA, a prognosis echoed by Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal.

Declan Rice is the only naturally defensive midfielder on the roster because Mohamed Elneny, who has returned to the London Colney fields after a catastrophic knee injury, is not yet match fit.

coming of summer After having knee surgery in August, Jurrien Timber is still very much in the beginning phases of his recuperation.

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