Premier League Preview: Everton vs Arsenal Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Sep 17)
- Everton continue their search for a first league win of the season this weekend
- Arsenal recorded a 3-1 win over Man United before the international break
The final Premier League match on Sunday will see Arsenal travel to Goodison Park to take on Everton. Sean Dyche picked up a win over the Gunners in his first match in charge, and a repeat result this weekend would offer hope for the season ahead.
How To Watch
- When: Sunday, September 17, 2023, at 11:30 a.m ET
- Where: Goodison Park, Liverpool, England
- How To Watch: NBC
Arsenal remain unbeaten in the Premier League after four rounds of matches, but they are yet to reach their peak level of performance. However, their confidence will be high coming into this fixture after they landed a 3-1 win over Man United at the Emirates before the international break. A second straight win this weekend could take them to the top of the standings.
Arsenal have been excellent on the road since the start of last season, as they have kept more clean sheets away from home than any other Premier League side. Meanwhile, they have won a joint-high number of games, and are the second-highest scorers over the same period.
Everton will be in desperate need of a first Premier League win soon, as they look to avoid getting dragged into a relegation scrap for the second season running. The Toffees have already suffered two defeats at home this term, with both coming in the form of 1-0 scorelines.
Everton have only lost each of their opening three home matches at the start of the season on three occasions in history. But, they have only failed to score in three straight home matches at the start of a new campaign on one previous occasion. But, the Toffees have an excellent home record in this fixture, as they have won four of their last five against the Gunners at Goodison Park.
Everton vs Arsenal Prediction
Everton’s home record against Arsenal deserves a lot of respect this weekend. However, it looks incredibly challenging to bet against Arsenal, who should have far too much in the final third for the Toffees.