Livescore: Everton v Arsenal Premier League Clash

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LIVERPOOL, Sporting Alert – Follow livescore of Everton v Arsenal in the English Premier League on Tuesday at Goodison Park.

Kick-off time for this game is set for 2:45 ET, with NBC Sports Network providing live streaming for the viewers in the USA and BBC Radio 5 Live and BT Sport 1 catering for the viewers in the UK.

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TEAM NEWS

Everton have not reported any fresh injuries for this game so manager Ronald Koeman will have lots of options should he decides to make changes after a poor run of form recently.

Koeman could shake up his starting lineup by calling up playmaker Ross Barkley, winger Aaron Lennon and forward Enner Valencia in the search for better results.

Arsenal, meanwhile, are without centre-back Shkodran Mustafi, who is expected to miss three weeks of action with a hamstring injury he suffered in the win against Stoke City on Saturday.

This means Gabriel could be recalled to fill the gap.

Also missing is midfielder Aaron Ramsey, who remains sidelined with a hamstring problem.

  • The Form – Arsenal Impressive

Arsenal head into the game with a 14 game undefeated run since losing 4-3 to Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium in the season opener on Aug 14.

If the Gunners avoid defeat on Tuesday, they would remain undefeated in 15 successive English Premier League games for the first time since a 16-match run from December 2010 to April 2011, according to BBC Sports.

Arsene Wenger’s side also has the EPL’s only unbeaten away record this season and has gone 12 games without a loss on the road since March.

In those dozen outings, Arsenal have won six and drawn six, while scoring 27 goals and conceding 12.

  • The Form – Everton Very Poor

Meanwhile, after a positive start to the new season where they picked up 13 points from the first five games, Everton have just one win in 10 English Premier League matches after that period.

The Toffees were second after the first five games of the season but have since slipped to ninth after losing five and drawing four of the next 10 and collected just seven of the 30 points on offer.

Everton have only one win over Arsenal in the last 18 Premier League meetings, according to Opta Stats. This was a 3-0 win at home in April 2014.

Everton are unbeaten in 10 English Premier League games at Goodison Park since April and the pundits are predicting the scoreline to finish 1-1.

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Just like James, Jeff works hard at providing the best possible news and reports for football fans. Some of his work includes getting starting lineups and scores in England and around Europe.

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