September 23, 2018 by
Arsenal and Everton are two of the longest serving clubs in the top-flight of English football. Arsenal have been ever-present in the top-flight in the post-war years, while only Manchester United have spent more seasons in the English top division than Everton, other than the Gunners of course.
However, recent history has been kinder to the Gunners than the Merseysiders, who have struggled to keep up with the teams now known as ‘the big six’.
Everton Arsenal’s favourite Premier League opponent
Recent history between the two teams has also favoured the team from north London, as Everton have been the Gunners favourite opponent in the Premier League era. .......Read more here.....
September 21, 2018 by
Arsenal’s summer signing Bernd Leno made his first start for the Gunners on Thursday night in a 4-2 Europa League win over Vorskla. The German started in place of usual first-choice Petr Cech and Gunners boss Unai Emery has stated he will play again in the next few matches.
The Spaniard stated that he did not feel that Leno was responsible for either of the visitor’s goals. That means he could start against Everton on Sunday or against Brentford in the League Cup next .......Read more here.....
November 19, 2017 by
Arsenal defeated Tottenham in Saturday’s north London derby as they took a massive step towards revitalising their Premier league top-four campaign. Following the win, news has emerged that the Gunners are eyeing Watford’s Richarlison as a possible replacement for Alexis Sanchez.
It was an outstanding performance from Arsenal on Saturday as they completely outplayed Tottenham. Indeed, the in-form side barely created a chance as they were easily beaten by their opponents.
Goals from Shkodran Mustafi and Alexis Sanchez were enough to take all three points as the Gunners earned their fans the bragging rights following the game. .......Read more here.....
October 14, 2017 by
On Saturday evening, Arsenal, of course, face a trip to Vicarage Road to face Watford, in a game that could be a potential banana skin for Arsene Wenger’s side.
The Gunners are on a good recent run of form of late after winning six of their last seven. They could be forgiven for not winning the other game, as they achieved a very respectable goalless draw at champions Chelsea.
Watford are the sort of team that have made life difficult for Arsenal in recent seasons, especially away from home. Make no mistake they are unlikely to be easy opposition. .......Read more here.....