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Arsenal vs Everton Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (40') B. Saka
      • (45'+1') Gabriel Martinelli
      • (71') M. Ødegaard
      • (80') Gabriel Martinelli
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          • (51') J. Tarkowski
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              Bukayo Saka to score first and either Arsenal 2-0 or Arsenal 2-1 @ 12/1
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              Match Result

              Everton

              Brighton & Hove Albion


              60%

              Eve

              20%

              draw

              20%

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              Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

              Both Teams To Score

              Everton

              Brighton & Hove Albion


              40%

              Eve

              40%

              combined

              40%

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              Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

              Over 2.5 Goals

              Everton

              Brighton & Hove Albion


              20%

              Eve

              30%

              combined

              40%

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              Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

              Arsenal vs Everton Prediction, Tips & Stats

              Just a few weeks on from Everton's stunning win over Arsenal at Goodison Park, the two will meet at the Emirates as Sean Dyche looks for a swift return to the win column with the Gunners aiming to return to five points clear at the top.

              Dyche has so far had a topsy-turvy start to life at Goodison Park, but he does now come into this game knowing that he is one of just two teams to beat Arsenal in the Premier League.

              James Tarkowski's goal was poetry in motion that day at Goodison Park as the former Burnley man smashed in a header from a corner to give Everton a 1-0 win. Arsenal did have 71% of the ball that day, but with just three shots on target compared to Everton's four, Dyche's men were deserving winners at the start of the month between these two.

              Dyche has struggled a bit ever since, however, with his side losing in a Merseyside derby 2-0 before arguably their most important win of the season over Leeds United to push them closer to safety. On the other hand, a terrible performance against Aston Villa at home saw the Toffees drop back into 18th and with now one point to make up on Leeds United in 17th.

              1+ shot on target each team in each half is boosted to 11/8 in this game just three weeks on from this happening in the first game between these two this season. James Tarkowski to score a header is up at 25/1 to happen again, while Bukayo Saka 2+ shots on target is up at 3/1 - Saka has hit the target 5 times in his last 3 home games. Bukayo Saka to score first and either Arsenal 2-0 or Arsenal 2-1 is also boosted to 12/1.

              Partey, Xhaka, Onana and Gueye each to make 1+ fouls is also at 1/1 and Magalhaes, Tarkowski and Coleman each to make 1+ fouls is priced at 3/1.

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              Arsenal team news

              Gabriel Jesus is the only major injury for Arsenal to deal with, as he remains out until next month. Mohamed Elneny is also out for some time.

              Everton team news

              James Garner is nearing a return but not quite ready to come back this month, while Nathan Patterson is still out injured until mid-March. Dominic Calvert-Lewin's woes continue with another injury and he won't play here. Andros Townsend is also nearing a return but won't be back until April.

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