Arsenal head to Goodison Park this weekend as the club aims to keep up their fantastic start to the new campaign that sees them unbeaten and dropping just two points in the midst of deep worries from the Toffees' faithful.
Everton remain winless in the Premier League once again after a handful of games, as the club came from behind to draw with Sheffield United just prior to the international break. Sean Dyche has so far only led his side towards victories in the EFL Cup, beating Doncaster Rovers in the second round at the end of August. In fact, even then, the Toffees would concede first and need summer signings Beto and Arnaut Danjuma to score goals in a comeback win.
The losses this season in the Premier League so far this season have seen Dyche's men fail to score a single goal. Everton have lost to Fulham at Goodison Park before a 4-0 battering from Aston Villa, just as they fell to a loss at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers on home soil once again.
Arsenal secured another famous win over Manchester United just before the international break. It looked as if United would leave with three points, as they took the lead twice, only for the second goal to be ruled out by VAR.
Martin Odegaard equalised for United at the time, as Declan Rice secured his first Arsenal goal with a strike that will live long in the memory of the Emirates faithful. Gabriel Jesus marked a late 3-1 win with his first goal of the season in a 101st-minute finish.
Mikel Arteta has led Arsenal to an unbeaten start this season, dropping only two points in a home draw with Fulham. Further wins have seen the Gunners defeat Nottingham Forest and Crystal Palace, as they look to put together another charge towards the title with Champions League football just over the horizon.
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