Goals and Highlights: Arsenal 5-1 Everton in Premier League
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12:55 PMa month ago


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12:53 PMa month ago


The game ends with Arsenal winning 5-1.
12:44 PMa month ago


Lacazette tries again but his shot is deflected.
12:41 PMa month ago


Goooooooooool Arsenal! Odegaard inside the box touches with class and scores the fifth.
12:37 PMa month ago


Lacazette shoots but the ball goes wide.
12:36 PMa month ago


Pepe enters for Saka.
12:33 PMa month ago


Everton are saved from fifth.
12:26 PMa month ago


Dele comes on for Gordon in exchange for Everton.
12:24 PMa month ago


Xhaka comes out of the game for Sambi.
12:18 PMa month ago


Goal Arsenal! Gabriel takes advantage of a defensive lapse and scores the fourth.
12:17 PMa month ago


Goal Arsenal! Cédric scores the third in a great play.
12:14 PMa month ago


Arsenal gets free kick.
12:13 PMa month ago


Tavares' shot goes wide.
12:04 PMa month ago


The second half begins.
11:50 AMa month ago


End of the first half.
11:49 AMa month ago


Goooooooool for Everton! Van de Beek takes advantage of the cross and shoots with ease.
11:44 AMa month ago


Saka shoots inside the box and the ball goes wide left.
11:37 AMa month ago


Doucouré comes on for Van de Beek.
11:32 AMa month ago


Goal for Arsenal! Nketiah scores the second after a header.
11:30 AMa month ago


Arsenal after putting pressure on the ball gets a corner kick.
11:27 AMa month ago


Goooooooool Arsenal! Martinelli converts the penalty.
11:26 AMa month ago


Penalty for Arsenal after a handball inside the area by IWOBI.
11:20 AMa month ago


Ramsdale saves Everton's goal.
11:12 AMa month ago


Everton is saved after a great shot by Martinelli.
11:06 AMa month ago

Odegaard's blocked shot. 
11:04 AMa month ago

Arsenal's pressure pays off and they win a corner kick.
11:02 AMa month ago

A dangerous cross from Arsenal fails to find a finisher.
11:00 AMa month ago

The match begins.
10:50 AMa month ago

Everton starting XI

This is how the visiting team takes the field:
Everton starting XI/Image: Everton
Everton starting XI/Image: Everton
10:45 AMa month ago

Arsenal starting XI

This is how the home team takes the field:
Arsenal starting XI/Image: Arsenal
Arsenal starting XI/Image: Arsenal
10:40 AMa month ago

Everton tries to close with dignity

Everton have earned four points in their last two away league games, double the amount they had in their previous 14 on the road (2E 12D). The Toffees have also lost four of their five league games in London this season, with the exception of a 1-1 draw at Chelsea.
10:35 AMa month ago

Fans already present at the stadium

This is how the fans say goodbye this season:
10:30 AMa month ago

Everton knows how to break bad streaks

Everton won exactly this game last season, ending a 24-game winless streak against Arsenal in the league. The last time they won back-to-back top-flight visits against the Gunners was in March 1987.
10:25 AMa month ago

Bukayo looks set to be historic

Bukayo Saka has played every Premier League game for Arsenal this season and (aged 20 years and 259 days on the day of this match) would be the second youngest player to play every game in a full PL campaign for the Gunners, after Cesc Fabregas in 2006-07.
10:20 AMa month ago

Arsenal with a good outlook

Arsenal are unbeaten in their last league game in each of the last 16 seasons (V14 D2), winning the last 10 in a row. Finishing a league season at home, the Gunners have won each of their last 12 matches since a 3-1 loss to Tottenham Hotspur in 1992/93.
10:15 AMa month ago

We continue

Thank you for following the Arsenal vs Everton game, today we will see a very important game in search of a place in the next Champions League, so stay tuned because below we will tell you everything you need to know before the start of the game.
10:10 AMa month ago

Stay tuned to follow Arsenal vs Everton live on this page

In a few moments we will share with you the starting lineups for Arsenal vs Everton live, as well as the latest information from the Emirates Stadium. Keep an eye on the action with VAVEL's minute-by-minute live online coverage.
10:05 AMa month ago

Where and how to watch Arsenal vs Everton live online

The match will be broadcasted on Sky Sports.

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10:00 AMa month ago

Watch out for this Everton player

Richarlison, the star player from Brazil, is a fundamental piece in Everton's attack, after missing several games due to injury he is still one of the best players in the team with 10 goals, 5 assists and being one of the players with more shots on goal, if the player is on the pitch the opponent should keep him far away from the goal since he is free from relegation he can dare to shoot more on goal. 
9:55 AMa month ago

Watch out for this Arsenal player

Bukayo Saka, 20-year-old English midfielder, is having his best season since he has been in the Arsenal first team, Saka has played 37 games this season and only two of these have been with the player coming off the bench, the young player is the Gunners top scorer this season with 11 goals, that is why Everton must watch his movements carefully to prevent him from scoring.  
9:50 AMa month ago

Latest Everton lineup

Pickford, Coleman, Keane, Holgate, IWOBI, Docouré, Gomes, Mykolenko, Gordon, Richarlison, Calvert-Lewin.
9:45 AMa month ago

Last Arsenal lineup

Ramsdale, Tavares, Gabriel, White, Tomiyasu, Xhaka, Elneny, Rowe, Odegaard, Saka, Nketiah.
9:40 AMa month ago


Everton 2-1 Arsenal
Arsenal 0-1 Everton
Everton 2-1 Arsenal
Arsenal 3-2 Everton
Everton 0-0 Arsenal
9:35 AMa month ago

Arbitration Quartet

Center: Andre Marriner, Assistants: Simon Long, Scott Ledger, Fourth official: James Linington.
9:30 AMa month ago

Everton already saved wants to do the nasty to Arsenal

After a long season full of contrasts they can finally face a game without relegation at stake, the start of the season for Everton began in a great way but it didn't last long for them to be at the top of the table, when suddenly the results started to be negative, the lack of results was so resounding that Lampard had to arrive to try to fix things, with the arrival of Ali and Van de Beek in the winter market it was expected that they could change the face of the team, however they did not even manage to get the starting lineup, Lampard's team had a reaction near the end managing to take points away from Manchester United and Chelsea, thanks to unexpected results in midweek when facing Crystal Palace in a pending duel they achieved their agonizing permanence with a goal in the 85th minute by Calvert-Lewin that gave them the victory after being down 2-0, now the duel against Arsenal can only prevent the Gunners from achieving their pass to Champions League.
Everton avoided relegation/Image: Everton
Everton avoided relegation/Image: Everton
9:25 AMa month ago

Arsenal will be looking for a place in the Champions League

The Gunners started off on the wrong foot this season, the team led by Mikel Arteta was defeated by Brentford in the first matchday, Chelsea in the second and Manchester City in the third, Arsenal got their first three points in matchday four against Norwich, after that they maintained a good level so that the sum of points continued to increase until taking them to the fight for a place in the Champions League, The Gunners are located in the fifth position just two points behind Tottenham who has so far the last place to play Champions League next season, Arsenal let go the position when they lost against Tottenham in a scandalous 3-0, after that defeat they also suffered a defeat against Newcastle causing that the fourth position was no longer in the hands of Arteta's team, now against Everton they have the opportunity to get three points and hope that Conte's team does not get points.
9:20 AMa month ago

Premier League season ends but there is still plenty at stake

Arsenal and Everton close an unexpected season for both, in this last matchday Everton will be free from relegation while Arsenal is still looking for a place in the Champions League, the teams have great players who have shown their quality in the case of Arsenal's squad and on the side of Everton the players were left to owe this season, however they will want to close the season in a great way.
9:15 AMa month ago


Good afternoon to all VAVEL readers! Welcome to the live broadcast of Arsenal vs Everton, matchday 38 of the Premier League. The match will take place at the Emirates Stadium, at 11:00 AM ET.