Arsenal vs Everton live: Watch Online Game, how to watch Online Live Stream, TV Schedule, Online TV Channel, Odds, Game Time and more info. Arsenal vs Everton Date Sunday, May 21, 2017, Time 15:00 GMT, 10:00 ET. Team News, Predictions, Previews, Live free streams and Starting Line-ups for Arsenal vs Everton.
Sitting fifth in the table with only a point behind Liverpool, Arsenal are facing a terrible scenario of ending the season without a place in Europe’s elite club competition for the first time in Arsene Wenger’s era. The Gunners did their part with an improved run of performances and straight victories over the past four Premier League rounds, but it might still not be enough to rectify all the mistakes from earlier stages of the season. The north London club have been going through a familiar scenario for far too long now, but the miraculous break into the top four might just not be possible this time out. Liverpool are playing relegated Middlesbrough at home and are expected to win and effectively put an end to Arsenal’s dreams, at the same time announcing what is likely to become a turbulent summer at the Emirates. Under-pressure Arsene Wenger is widely expected to renew his contract, but same thing cannot be said with guarantees for first team stars Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez in the first place, who might end up leaving Gunners after a disappointing season.
French defender Laurent Koscielny is expected to be fit despite his Achilles problem, whereas Hector Bellerin is also expected to make an appearance against Everton.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is set to miss the match as Wenger does not want to risk him ahead of the FA Cup final. Aaron Ramsey shook off his knock against Sunderland and will continue to partner Granit Xhaka in the middle of the park.
The season is as good as over for Everton who cannot go higher or lower than seventh regardless of the outcome at the Emirates. The Toffees still have something to play for as they are searching for the first win at the Emirates Stadium in the Premier League and their first double over Arsenal in the last 30 years. A potential win over respectable rivals would be a great way to finish what has been an erratic season for Ronald Koeman’s men. The Dutch manager has made it quite clear that he expects the club management to support him in his attempts to boost the squad this summer and mount a more serious challenge next term by going all in for European places and ever top-four. The Toffees have already been linked with a couple of players, but Ronald Koeman will be keen to solve his in-squad problems before pouncing for potential signings. Team’s top scorer Romelu Lukaku is widely expected to leave Goodison with Manchester United and Chelsea vying for his signature, whereas Ross Barkley is another player who is causing plenty of interest in the market. Should Koeman succeed in keeping the two stars and boosting his squad with a couple of well-established names, Everton could become quite a force to be reckoned with next season.
Ronald Koeman continues without Ramiro Funes Mori, Seamus Coleman and Yannick Bolasie.
On the up side, the Irish international James McCarthy could be making his comeback after a hamstring injury.
Arsenal vs Everton Predicted Line-Ups
Arsenal have no new injury problems going into this match. They pretty much have a full squad to choose from. Lucas Perez and Santi Cazorla are still absent but that is not new news.
Arsenal predicted line-up vs Everton: Cech, Gabriel, Monreal, Koscielny, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ramsey, Coquelin, Gibbs, Ozil, Sanchez, Giroud.
Everton predicted line-up vs Arsenal: Joel, Holgate, Jagielka, Williams, Baines, Gueye, Schneiderlin, Davies, Barkley, Lukaku, Mirallas
Arsenal vs Everton – Key Players
Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) – Sanchez may have had a lacklustre last two games but he’ll be determined to continue the goal scoring form from Tuesday night when he bagged two against Sunderland.
The Chile international has been in fine form for the Gunners this year, banging in 23 goals in the league this season and also nabbing 12 assists for his club in all competitions too.
He can create opportunities for his teammates and score himself and he is one of those players that, if he grabs hold of a game, can help his team control a match and swing it in their favour.
Capable of moments of brilliance, the Gunners will be hoping he has a few of them on Sunday. If he does, then Arsene Wenger’s side could secure victory.
Romalu Lukaku (Everton) – The striker will be desperate to advertise himself to other clubs if he is certain he wants to leave Everton this summer.
He has scored some great goals this season. He is up for the golden boot award and goals at the Emirates could clinch that for him.
Arsenal vs Everton SS Prediction
Everton have been an extremely hard side to beat this season, but they haven’t really troubled the big boys.
Arsenal haven’t had the greatest season compared to their usual standards but they are still in with a shout of the top four and are still capable of turning it around and getting a Champions League spot – but they’ll need a win here.
The Gunners are likely to go for the win and with a strong side, and if the likes of Sanchez and Ozil are on form, it will be hard to keep Arsene Wenger’s men from taking the game.
However, I do feel that this will be a close one and believe this game could see the spoils shared by both teams involved.
Arsenal vs Everton Score Prediction: 1-1 draw.
What are the odds for Arsenal vs Everton?
2/5 Arsenal to beat Everton
Draw – 39/10
8/1 Everton to beat Chelsea
Arsenal are expected to make a strong start to the match, but the enthusiasm could go down if they receive bad news from Anfield, which is why it would be a good idea to bet on anything related to the first half.