Everton Arsenal Odds : Moyes looking for winning formula against resurgent Gunners
Everton boss David Moyes must come up with a formula for beating an Arsenal side that seem to be on an unstoppable run right now, as the price of 7/5 for Arsene Wenger’s side with Paddy Power is sure to attract plenty of interest.
The Gunners find themselves in incredible form, which has seen them win five league games on the bounce now.
The two sides go head-to-head at Goodison Park on Wednesday night, with both keen to collect three points to boost their European credentials.
Arsenal will be looking to take a tighter grip on fourth place, which would give them a shot at Champions’ League football next season, while Everton will still have aspirations of qualifying for the Europa League.
Since dropping out of the FA Cup, and getting hammered 4-0 in Milan, Arsenal appear to have turned a corner domestically. Wins against Tottenham and Liverpool saw the Gunners come from behind on both occasions.
Indeed, that has been a fair reflection of Arsenal’s season in general, as they have recovered points from losing positions more times than any other team in the Premier League, taking 19 points in the process.
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These two sides met at the Emirates back in December, a game in which Everton did not manage a single shot on target, while Arsenal went on to win the game 1-0.
Overall, this has been a fixture that Arsenal have dominated down the years, winning 97, losing 54 and drawing just 38 games against Everton.
Everton’s last win against the Gunners came back in 2007, as they ran out 1-0 winners at Goodison Park.
Since then, Arsenal have gone on to win seven out of the nine meetings between the sides, including a 6-1 demolition of the Merseysiders in 2009.
In recent games however, the games have been tighter affairs, with Arsenal only winning by one goal in each of their last three games.
Overall, it should be a fascinating contest in front of a passionate Goodison Park crowd.