Bet9ja Preview: Everton – Arsenal: Back the Gunners to score first at Goodison Park

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The Gunners will be going all out to secure the maximum points when they clash with the Toffees

Arsenal travel to Goodison Park to lock horns with Everton on Sunday for their English Premier League encounter on Sunday afternoon

The Toffees are two places above the relegation zone having garnered just eight points in eight games. They lost 2-1 to Lyon on Thursday in the Europa League and will seek to improve.

Wayne Rooney Everton

Also, Ronald Koeman’s men are winless in their last four matches. They have not been clinical either at home as they have failed to triumph in their last three games. Bet9ja has tagged them as slight underdogs for this outing at (3.75).

Both sides have drawn 42 of their last 195 meetings and odds of (3.55) are on offer for the same result here.

On the other hand, the Gunners will be boosted by their 1-0 victory over Crvena Zvezda in the Europa League despite resting key players. The likes of Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Alexandre Lacazette will be expected back in the starting line-up.

Arsene Wenger's’ side have come out on top in 11 Premier League away games against Everton. Though they lost last weekend at Watford, they have won seven of their last nine outings. They are favourites at (2.02) with the same betting firm.

Alexandre Lacazette Sead Kolasinac Arsenal

The North Londoners have scored the curtain raiser in their last six duels and are priced at (1.68) to do the same here while (1.52) is on offer for them to with either half.

In the reverse fixture, Arsenal scored eight minutes after kick off through Héctor Bellerín. Punters who are bold can back the first goal to come in the first 15 minutes at (3.15) with Bet9ja.

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