Everton v Arsenal
Barclays Premier League
Kick off: April 6, 2014 1:30 PM BST
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Head to Head
FA Cup (FA) 8 Mar 2014 Arsenal FC 4 – Everton 1
Premier League (EPL) 8 Dec 2013 Arsenal FC 1 – Everton 1
Premier League (EPL) 16 Apr 2013 Arsenal FC 0 – Everton 0
Premier League (EPL) 28 Nov 2012 Everton 1 – Arsenal FC 1
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Premier League (EPL) 21 Mar 2012 Everton 0 – Arsenal FC 1
30 Mar 2014 Fulham 1 – Everton 3 EPL
25 Mar 2014 Newcastle United 0 – Everton 3 EPL
22 Mar 2014 Everton 3 – Swansea City 2 EPL
15 Mar 2014 Everton 2 – Cardiff City 1 EPL
8 Mar 2014 Arsenal FC 4 – Everton 1 FA
29 Mar 2014 Arsenal FC 1 – Manchester City 1 EPL
25 Mar 2014 Arsenal FC 2 – Swansea City 2 EPL
22 Mar 2014 Chelsea FC 6 – Arsenal FC 0 EPL
16 Mar 2014 Tottenham 0 – Arsenal FC 1 EPL
11 Mar 2014 FC Bayern München 1 – Arsenal FC 1 UCL
Goal Drought: Everton have only scored more than once in one of the last 22 Barclays Premier League games against Arsenal.
Struggling: Arsenal have won just three of their last 10 Barclays Premier League matches (W3 D4 L3), taking just 13 points from the last 30 available.
Advantage Arsenal?: The Toffees have lost eight and won none of the last 13 Premier League games against the Gunners, but the last three meetings have been drawn.
Pointless Fact: Mesut Ӧzil’s last two goals have come against Everton, one in the Premier League in December and one in the FA Cup victory in March.
Suffering: Everton’s record home (1-6 Aug 2009) and record away and overall (0-7 May 2005) Premier League defeats have come at the hands of Arsenal.
Clinical: Lukas Podolski has the best chance conversion of any player with 10+ goals in the Premier League over the last two seasons, scoring with 33% of his attempts.
Tight: No team has ever had 60 or more points after 31 games of a Premier League season and failed to finish in the top four. Everton and Arsenal have both exceeded this tally.
Consistent: 60 points after 31 games is Everton’s best ever total in Premier League history, surpassing the 57 they had mustered at this stage in 2007-08.
Late bloomers: Everton have won 15 points from goals scored in the final 10 minutes of matches this season, more than any team in the division.
Mildly Interesting: Arsenal are the only team in the Premier League not to have an opposition player sent off against them this season.
Odds: Everton are favourites at 2.40, with Arsenal at 2.80. A draw is paying a tidy 3.40. You can check out more sports betting here
Everton 1 v 2 Arsenal
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Note: Stats from Opta