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The late Premier League match on Saturday see’s Everton host Arsenal in one of the first big games of the season.
Everton conceded a late equaliser against Leicester, on a frustrating afternoon for Roberto Martinez’s men.
Aiden McGeady curled Everton ahead in spectacular fashion, however Leonardo Ulloa equalised a minute later for Leicester.
Steven Naismith’s goal on the stroke of half-time appeared to have won the game for Everton, although Chris Wood earned the home side a late point.
Arsenal needed a late goal themselves to overcome a managerless Crystal Palace in last Saturday’s late kick-off.
Brede Hangeland and Laurent Koscielny exchanged first half headers, with Palace defending superbly for long periods.
With time running out, Jason Puncheon was dismissed and Arsenal made the most of the man advantage, as Aaron Ramsey scored a close range winner.
In their Champions League qualifier, Arsenal were held to a 0-0 draw by Besiktas in Turkey, however are still favourites to qualify.
They will have to do so without Ramsey, who was shown two yellow cards, forcing Arsenal to play the last 10 minutes with a man light.
Last season, Everton beat Arsenal 3-0 at Goodison Park, although the Gunners held off Everton in the race for fourth spot.
Roberto Martinez hopes to be able to start Seamus Coleman from the off, after the full-back was a substitute against Leicester.
Everton will be without Ross Barkley once again who could miss as much as the first two months of the campaign.
The scorers against Leicester in McGeady and Naismith will hope to keep their places in the starting XI.
Arsenal have injury problems of their own, with Kieran Gibbs and Mikel Arteta both ruled out for at least the new few weeks.
Nacho Monreal and Mathieu Flamini will both come in, along with Per Mertesacker, who will appear for the first time since the 2014 World Cup.
Olivier Giroud will hope to oust Yaya Sanogo from the starting XI, although Mesut Ozil may well be named among the substitutes.
Everton (4-2-3-1): Howard, Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, McGeady, Naismith, Pienaar, Lukaku
Arsenal (4-2-3-1): Szczesny, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Flamini, Wilshere, Sanchez, Ramsey, Cazorla, Giroud