Arsenal will take to the pitch on Monday as they visit the home team, Everton at Goodison Park in the Premier League fixture. Since a losing effort in their last game against Manchester United in Premier League competition, Arsenal and their travelling supporters will be hoping that they can get a better result their upcoming Gama against Everton.
At the other end, Everton will also be hoping for a better result following a 1-4 Premier League defeat they suffered from the match against Liverpool.
It’s been seldom in recent games that Everton have kept a clean sheet.
However, recent statistics reveal that Everton have conceded at least one goal in 5 of their previous 6 games. Taking a look at their last 6 clashes with Arsenal, results show that Everton haven’t been defeated by Arsenal in the league in their last 2 matches and they haven’t won at home in the past 4 league matches.
Looking at their most recent head-to-head clashes dating back to 23/09/2018 shows us that Everton and Arsenal have clashed 6 times. Among these 6 clashes, Everton have won 3 of these games while Arsenal have won 2 and they have drawn just once.
An aggregate of 12 goals were produced between the two teams in this period. Among these 12 goals, 6 goals were scored by Arsenal while the remaining 6 goals were netted by The Gunners. The average goals per game has been 2.
The most recent league clash featuring these two clubs was Premier League match day 33 on 23/04/2021 and it ended in a 0:1 victory in favour of Everton.
In that game, Arsenal had 59% possession and 14 attempts on goal. At the other end, Everton had 8 attempts at goal. The referee was Jonathan Moss.
Looking at the history of their last 6 clashes, in my opinion, Everton will need to push hard to register a score against their rival.
Arsenal won’t relent to win their match against Everton because the god of football can be in favour of Everton as it stands now.
Between Everton and Arsenal, who do you think will win today’s match?
Do you think they might be enough goals at the other end and edge ahead?.