Arsenal vs Everton, ARS vs EVE Live Streaming in the Premier League, Match Preview, Squad News, Predicted Line Ups, Dream 11 Prediction, follow for Live Updates. There is a slim hope for Gunners in the race for the top four on the Premier League table but they must do their part of getting three points against the Toffees.
Arsenal will be playing Everton at 8:30 PM (IST). The game will be played on 22nd May 2022 at the Emirates stadium.
The match will be available for the viewers on the Star Network. It will also be streamed LIVE on Jio TV and on the Disney+ Hotstar application.
The defeat to Newcastle United has left a scar on the Gunners. It virtually ended their pursuit for a top-four finish for which they were very much the favourites. To add more salt to the wounds the defeat to the Magpies has given their arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur control over the fourth place.
Although it is still possible for them to finish but they will need nothing less than a miracle. For starters, they will have to win against Everton. Then Tottenham Hotspur will have to drop three points against Norwich. At this moment it seems unlikely as Canniers are already relegated and Antonio Conte’s side are in very good form.
Thus with such permutations and combinations, Gunner’s bid for a fourth-placed finish hangs by a thread. However, their opponents for the weekend might give them a pass. Everton had a roller-coaster season where there were fears about them being in the relegation zone. However, a 3-2 comeback win over Crystal Palace secured their Premier League status.
Kieran Tierney has been ruled out with a knee injury. He is joined by the trio of Takehiro Tomiyasu, Thomas Partey and Ben White who are also injured.
Salomon Rondon is suspended for the final day. Andros Townsend and Nathan Patterson have been ruled out due to injuries. While it is not clear whether Yerry Mina and Fabian Delph will be fit for the game or not.
Arsenal: Aaron Ramsdale, Cedric Soares, Ben White, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Nuno Tavares, Mohamed Elneny, Granit Xhaka, Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe, Eddie Nketiah.
Everton: Jordan Pickford; Seamus Coleman, Mason Holgate, Michael Keane; Alex Iwobi, Allan, Doucoure, Vitaliy Mykolenko; Anthony Gordon, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison.
The two managers have faced each other four times during their respective careers. The Spaniard has won twice, while the Englishman has one win. One game ended in a draw between the two managers.
The Norwegian midfielder has one of the best performers for the club this season. It is very difficult to get the ball away from him. Other players will also look for him on the pitch.
The Brazilian has been one of the biggest reasons why the Toffees haven’t been relegated this season. In this big game, he will be expected to produce a good performance. He will also look to add more goals to his name as well.
The away side might be that charged up and probably still hangover after the victory over Palace. While the Gunners will give their all to secure the three points.
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