Everton vs Arsenal: Gunners aiming for back-to-back Premier League wins in tasty clash – stream, TV, team news

ARSENAL will travel to Goodison Park to take on Everton TODAY in a tasty Premier League clash.

The Gunners will be aiming to build on their thrilling late win against Manchester United last time out.

Declan Rice scored his first Arsenal goal in the Gunners win against Manchester UnitedGETTY

Gabriel Jesus scored Arsenal’s third against Manchester UnitedAP

Mikel Arteta’s new £105million pound man Declan Rice netted in the 96th minute before Gabriel Jesus made sure of the points to secure a 3-1 win for the Gunners at the Emirates.

Meanwhile, Everton are still searching for their first Premier League win of the season.

Before the international break, the Toffees were involved in an epic 2-2 draw against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

And they will be hoping to build on that against the Gunners.

Arsenal have not won a match at Goodison Park since Arsene Wenger was manager.

But Arteta and his in-form side should be approaching Sunday’s game with confidence.

When is Everton vs Arsenal?

Everton vs Arsenal will take place TODAY – Sunday, September 17th.Kick off will be at 4.30pm BST.Goodison Park will host.

What TV channel is Everton vs Arsenal on and can it be live streamed?

Everton vs Arsenal will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event.Sky Sports customers can live stream all the action via the NOW app.Alternatively, you can keep up to date with all the action from Goodison Park by following SunSport’s live blog.

Team news

For the hosts, Dwight McNeil will be pushing for a start after returning from a lengthy period on the sidelines against Sheffield United.

England striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin is expected to return after being spotted in training following a facial injury.

For the Gunners, Gabriel Jesus will be pushing to start up front after bagging Arsenal’s third off the bench against Man United.

Long-term absentees Jurrien Timber and Mohamed Elneny will remain sidelined.

Mikel Arteta will be hoping his star-studded side come through the midweek international fixtures unscathed.

GettyCalvert-Lewin is expected to return[/caption]

Who are the star players?

Arnaut Danjuma salvaged a point for Everton when they were 2-1 down against Sheffield United.

The attacker could provide another moment of magic against Arsenal.

Declan Rice has certainly lived up to his £105m price tag so far.

He scored a crucial goal for the Gunners against Man Utd and has earned two Premier League Player of the Match awards since the start of the season.

Rice has enjoyed a successful start to life at ArsenalRichard Pelham / The Sun

What is their form like?

Everton currently sit 18th in the Premier League table with just one point from four games.

The Toffees suffered a 1-0 defeat to Fulham in their opening game of the season before losing 4-0 to Aston Villa.

They failed to score a point when they faced Wolves and finally got one on the board against Sheffield United.

Meanwhile, Arsenal are flying high following their 3-1 win over Man Utd.

The Gunners sit fifth in the table with three wins and a draw from their opening four games.

What has been said?

Everton boss Dyche was left thrilled with his side’s performance against Sheffield United and claimed it would have been an ‘injustice’ if the Toffees didn’t come away with anything.

He said: “The only frustration is we let two soft goals in. That was more of a team thing, not individuals, the team’s shape, defensively, but another good performance and a performance on the road as well. So frustrated, but pleased overall with the performance levels.”

Meanwhile, Arteta has hailed Arsenal’s will to win.

After the club’s 3-1 victory over Man Utd, he said: “We all worked so hard and planned everything for moments like this.

“These moments will stick with us, with the crowd so connected to the team with the big history of these matches, it’s great.

“The will, the determination of the team, that will to win and go and go and go, I’m so proud of them.

“A team needs different tools to win football matches, and the capacity to react. We did that in the first half and that set the tone and brought some calmness to the team.”

SunSport’s prediction

Arsenal haven’t had a great track record at Goodison Park in recent years, but we expect them to break the ‘curse’ on Sunday.

Prediction: Everton 1-3 Arsenal

What are the odds?

Match result

Everton – 5/1Draw – 10/3Arsenal – 4/9

*Odds courtesy of Paddy Power and are correct at the time of publication.

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