In one of the matches of the English Football Championship, the players of Everton and Arsenal will fight face to face. Which of the rivals will get the victory in this confrontation? Our sports portal gives a forecast for this meeting.

Everton

Everton players brought the series in the English Championship to 8 matches without a win. During this time, the Toffees have lost 6 times, having drawn twice. The management has been thinking about the resignation of the head coach in the person of Rafa Benitez for several days. In November, Everton broke up with Tottenham (0-0) and lost heavily to Manchester City on the road with a crushing result of 0:3. After that, Liverpool lost on the road to Brentford (0:1), and were also defeated by Liverpool on their own field - 1:4. After 14 rounds of the Premier League, Everton is in 15th place with 15 points.

Arsenal

In the last 11 meetings, Arsenal have lost only 2 times. Both meetings are on the road. At the same time, the team won 7 victories with 2 draws. In early November, the Gunners defeated Watford 1-0 on their own field, after which they were defeated by Liverpool (0-4) on the road. In recent matches, Arteta's team managed to beat Newcastle with a score of 2:0 on their own field, after which they lost to Manchester United (2:3). After 14 rounds, Arsenal are in 5th place with 23 points.

Injuries and disqualifications:

Injuries:
Davis (knee), Calvert-Lewin (hip), Rondon (hip) - all Everton. Djaka (knee), Kolasinac (ankle) - all Arsenal.
Under question:
Gomes (calf injury), Mina (muscle injury) are both Everton. Leno (groin), Smith-Rowe (injury) - both Arsenal.

Statistics and figures:

  • The guests are the favorites of the meeting;
  • Everton have not won in the last 8 matches;
  • Arsenal won 3 out of 5 meetings;
  • The last face-to-face meeting of the rivals ended with a score of 1-0 in favor of Everton.

Forecast

Arsenal are in a great mood. The team wins its opponents in the Premier League and rarely loses points. Our bet in this case will be in favor of the "gunners".