Arsenal vs Everton live streaming: Key information to watching online
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Arsenal vs Everton live streaming: Preview
On the same day that Arsenal signalled their intent to join a so called ‘Super League’, they continued to be far from super where it matters and that’s on the pitch.
On Sunday, the Gunners needed an 97th minute equaliser by Eddie Nketiah to salvage a 1-1 draw at home to a Fulham side who look doomed to the drop.
Mikel Arteta’s side have now won just four of their last 12 league games, leaving them down in ninth in the table.
Despite this, the club’s ownership, KSE, lobbed to get Arsenal into a closed-shop ‘Super League’.
In reality, the only way Arsenal can save their season is by winning the UEFA Europa League.
They’re scheduled to face Villarreal in the semi-final first leg next Thursday at Estadio de la Cerámica but the solely self-interested acts of Stan Kroenke could have seen them thrown out.
Everton meanwhile are fourth on the list for most English league titles with nine, more than Chelsea, Man City and Spurs.
However, they haven’t won a trophy since 1995 and are trying to smash the glass ceiling under Carlo Ancelotti, before the so called ‘elite’ build a ceiling made of something stronger, graphene perhaps.
But, the Toffees’ recent form could cost them a place in UEFA competition for next season.
A week ago, Gylfi Sigurðsson scored a brace in a 2-2 home draw with Tottenham.
The Blues are now winless in five league games, drawing three in a row, so are now eighth which would see them just miss out on Europe.
Will the visitors get back to winning ways at the Emirates?
Prediction: Arsenal 0-2 Everton
Arsenal and Everton have met 216 times since their first encounter in 1905 with the Gunners winning 108 of them to the Toffees’ 62 victories.
Everton’s last victory away to Arsenal was in January 1996; Graham Stuart and then Andrei Kanchelskis scoring after Ian Wright had put the hosts ahead.
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