The match is only moments away as Betfred release the latest Arsenal v Everton odds and make the Gunners 7/1 to take all three points at the Emirates this afternoon.
How to pick up 7/1 on Arsenal to beat Everton
Everton take another huge scalp in the Premier League? Well, if Roberto Martinez can rally his troops to victory again it would end another terrible run of results Everton have endured at a top-four club.
The Gunners have won eight and lost none of their last 12 Premier League games against Everton and have won 14 and lost none of the last 17 Premier League home games against the Toffees. But saying that, Everton had a similarly dismal record at Manchester United until last Wednesday, but managed to overturn that in a 1-0 victory.
Latest odds : Arsenal 7/1 , draw 5/2, Everton 4/1 with Betfred
Their form is starting to look a little sketchy though as Newcastle showed on Saturday that this poor United team are sinking without a trace under David Moyes and rampant Arsenal are genuine title contenders.
This will be very tough for Everton, especially after busting their guts for 90 minutes on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Arsenal had a nice stroll in the park 2-0 win over Hull City and can welcome back Olivier Giroud to the line-up, who was rested for that easy victory.
The Gunners are available to back at 4/6 for the win while the sticky Toffees are a 5/1 shot with the draw a 29/10 chance.
There have been just four goals scored in the last four Premier League meetings between Everton and Arsenal, therefore punters expecting a Sunday goal-fest will be disappointed. Backing the under 2.5 goals line at 4/5 looks a pretty safe punt but a better bet lies in the chances of the both teams to score market.
Arsenal’s last nine fixtures in all competitions have seen only one side score as they have created a habit of seeing off sides to nil, while five of Everton’s last six games have gone the same way.
That’s 14 times from 15 opportunities that one of these two’s games have only seen one or no sides score. That’s a stonking trend and punters should be lapping up the 6/5 for both teams not to score again.
Elsewhere in the Premier League, and Fulham are taken to see off a feisty Aston Villa attack at Craven Cottage at 7/4.
The west Londoners looks a revitalised team against Spurs in midweek and were unlucky to lose 2-1.
Their form will start to turn soon enough and Dimitar Berbatov looks a great bet to score first at 13/2 as he was especially classy in that Tottenham defeat.