Arsenal vs Everton Live Stream – Watch Online

Arsenal vs Everton Live Stream Match Details

DATE: September 23rd 2018
TIME: 16:00 UK
WHERE: Emirates Stadium, London
COMPETITION: English Premier League
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How to Watch Arsenal vs Everton Live Stream

Arsenal have won three on the spin in the Premier League and having seen Everton collapse to a 3-1 defeat at Goodison last week, Unai Emery’s side will fancy making it four in-a-row.

Gunners fans can watch Arsenal vs Everton live stream across the Sky Sports Premier League channel on Sunday with the kick off at 16:00 for UK viewers.

Watch Arsenal vs Everton live stream on NOW TV

If you want a bit more flexibility you can grab a NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass for just £7.99 and watch Arsenal vs Everton live streaming on on the go instead – watch via your mobile, laptop or tablet, and if you have the NOW TV box then you can watch the game from the Emirates on Saturday.

The match will also be covered on various sport radio channels as well as live commentary blogs e.g. BBC Football and Sky Sports. If you want an All Arsenal perspective then make sure to join us on Facebook where we’ll be doing live key commentary throughout this Premier League Sunday fixture. Don’t forget to check out the full and detailed match report after full-time.

Arsenal vs Everton Head-to-Head Record

In the last five Premier League fixtures Arsenal have picked up four victories over Everton, the last coming back in February – an impressive 5-1 home win, and there was also a 5-2 away win in the October fixture. Incredibly, that last time that the Toffees won away at Arsenal was way back in 1996, fans will hope that long unbeaten run in north London will be extended until next season at the very least.

Date Match Result Win/Draw/Loss
03 Feb 2018 Arsenal v Everton 5-1 Win
22 Oct 2017 Everton v Arsenal 2-5 Win
21 May 2017 Arsenal v Everton 3-1 Win
13 Dec 2016 Everton v Arsenal 2-1 Loss
19 Mar 2016 Everton v Arsenal 0-2 Win

Match Scenarios for Arsenal vs Everton

The best case scenario for Arsenal on Sunday is that all other results go completely in their favour, a win at the Emirates, and the could shoot up to fourth in the Premier League. A draw would likely see the Gunners remain around mid-table.
Everton could potentially move up to sixth while a defeat could see them fall to 16th.

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