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Head to Head
Premier League (EPL) 16 Apr 2013 Arsenal FC 0 – Everton 0
Premier League (EPL) 28 Nov 2012 Everton 1 – Arsenal FC 1
Premier League (EPL) 21 Mar 2012 Everton 0 – Arsenal FC 1
Premier League (EPL) 10 Dec 2011 Arsenal FC 1 – Everton 0
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Premier League (EPL) 1 Feb 2011 Arsenal FC 2 – Everton 1
4 Dec 2013 Arsenal FC 2 – Hull City 0 EPL
30 Nov 2013 Cardiff 0 – Arsenal FC 3 EPL
26 Nov 2013 Arsenal FC 2 – Olympique de Marseille 0 UCL
23 Nov 2013 Arsenal FC 2 – Southampton 0 EPL
10 Nov 2013 Manchester United 1 – Arsenal FC 0 EPL
4 Dec 2013 Manchester United 0 – Everton 1 EPL
30 Nov 2013 Everton 4 – Stoke City 0 EPL
23 Nov 2013 Everton 3 – Liverpool 3 EPL
9 Nov 2013 Crystal Palace 0 – Everton 0 EPL
3 Nov 2013 Everton 0 – Tottenham 0 EPL
Arsenal have won eight and lost none of their last 12 Barclays Premier League games against Everton.
Everton have only managed more than one goal in a league game against Arsenal on one occasion in the last 21 meetings.
The Gunners have won 14 and lost none of the last 17 Premier League home games against the Toffees (D3).
There have been just four goals scored in the last four Premier League meetings between Everton and Arsenal.
Howard Webb will officiate Arsenal v Everton on Sunday. The Gunners have won their last eight Premier League games with him as the man in the middle.
Arsenal are unbeaten at home in the Premier League with Howard Webb as referee (W10 D4 L0).
Arsenal have scored in 13 of their 14 games and have led in 12 of their 14 games this season, both Premier League highs.
Mesut Ozil has three goals and six assists in 11 Premier League appearances.
The Gunners have kept six clean sheets in their last seven games in all competitions, conceding just one goal in the other match (0-1 at Man Utd).
Everton have lost only Premier League game this season, fewer than any other side.
The Toffees have kept three away clean sheets in a row for the first time since May 2009; they have not recorded four or more in a row since August 1995 (had a run of five).
Arsenal 2 Everton 1
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Note: Stats from Opta