Saturday, 7 December 2013

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Match Preview: Sunday 8th December 2013,One of the important match Arsenal v Everton of  Premier League Live High Quality Streaming,Arsenal v Everton streaming is available here Arsenal v Everton Live Stream online video  Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Emirates Stadium 12/08/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things Arsenal v Everton Live Stream Arsenal v Everton,Arsenal v Everton online free,Arsenal v Everton Live High Quality Streaming video.Arsenal v Everton at Emirates Stadium Sunday 8th December 2013, kick-off 16:00 (GMT). Arsenal are expected to restore Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs and Olivier Giroud to the starting line up after they were rested midweek.Bacary Sagna (hamstring) has been ruled out and Mathieu Flamini is doubtful having injured his groin against Hull.Everton have no new injury concerns so they could field the side that started in their win at Manchester United.
Centre-back Antolin Alcaraz is included in the squad, but Leighton Baines, Arouna Kone and Darron Gibson are out.
Despite their four-point lead at the top of the table, more than a few learned souls maintain that Arsenal won't win the title. Not CAN'T I should stress - of course they could; but they are yet to convince a lot of the football-watching public that they actually WILL.
The main thrust of the naysayers' argument is that to this point the Gunners haven't faced their fiercest tests - other than losing at Manchester United.
Well, judgement month is now upon us, with Arsene Wenger getting his side ready for Manchester City and Chelsea before Christmas - and this game against Everton, which must at the moment be considered as tough an examination as any.
There's the other question over strength in depth that keeps coming up too, mainly over what happens if Olivier Giroud gets injured?
In answer to that hypothetical problem, Nicklas Bendtner's goal against Hull on Wednesday will have pleased Wenger hugely - along with Lukas Podolski's impending return from injury.
The January sales aren't far away either, and with goals flowing from midfield I'm not sensing imminent disaster as much as some people!
Podolski back in full training; Theo Walcott making an impact from the bench; Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain still to come… get my drift.
Coincidentally, there's a parallel argument taking place over whether Everton can finish in the top four - and if the next few weeks will make people's minds up about Arsenal, the last week has sorted mine out about Roberto Martinez' men.
Having seen them against Stoke last Saturday I was hardly surprised by Wednesday's first win at Old Trafford since 1992. This is a strong, stylish team being managed superbly by Martinez.
He's back at the ground where his Wigan team was relegated last season, but had won at on the way to staying up the previous year. Now THAT was a surprise.
This 200th meeting of Gunners and Toffees won't answer all the questions being asked of them, but does carry one certainty. It's not to be missed.

Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 12 Premier League meetings with Everton (W8, D4), with both of last season's matches ending in draws.
The Toffees have not won at Arsenal since a 2-1 win a Highbury in January 1996, nine months before Arsene Wenger arrived in the Gunners hot-seat. Graham Stuart and Andrei Kanchelskis scored the goals in a comeback win. Everton have lost 14 of drawn three of the subsequent 17 trips to Arsenal.
There have been just four goals scored in the last four Premier League meetings between the clubs.

Not only are Arsenal top of the Premier League table but they also top the six-game form table (W5, D1), two points clear of Chelsea.
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 Manchester United).
Arsene Wenger's side have taken 39 points from a possible 51 at home in 2013 (W12, D3, L2), including 18 from 21 (W6, L1) this season.
Mesut Ozil has scored three goals and supplied six assists in 11 Premier League appearances.

Everton are on a seven-match unbeaten Premier League run (W4, D3).
The Toffees have lost only one game in the league this season (away to Manchester City), the fewest in the division.
Roberto Martinez's men have kept three away clean sheets in a row for the first time since May 2009; they last bettered this run with a five-match streak at the end of the 1994-95 season and the start of the 1995-96 campaign.
Everton defenders have scored six goals this season, more than any other club.

Competition:  Premier League      
Match: Arsenal v Everton                                                                                                              
Date: Sunday 8th December 2013
Kickoff: 16:00 GMT
Venue: Emirates Stadium                                       
Live/Repeat: Live

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