LionsBet Preview: Arsenal v Everton: Back the Gunners for a comfortable victory

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Arsene Wenger's men will be looking to continue with their blistering home form when they clash with the Toffees this weekend

Arsenal will be hoping to return to winning ways when they clash with Everton at the Emirates Stadium in Saturday’s Premier League game.

The Gunners were shocked 3-1 by Swansea City on Tuesday and will be expected to go all out against their visitors in their quest to avoid another loss.

Arsene Wenger will be hoping that club record signing; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will be fit enough to make his debut in the tie.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsene Wenger

However, irrespective of the forward’s fitness status, the London outfit are odds on at (1.30 ) to come out on top in the encounter with LionsBet given that they have won their last two games on their turf.

The last time they played a draw with the Toffees was back in August 2014 and the betting firm is offering (5.75) for a share of spoils at the end of 90 minutes.

For Everton, though they saw off a Riyad Mahrez-less Leicester City 2-1 in their last game. They have been tagged as massive underdogs for this tie at odds of (10.25) given that prior to the win, they were winless in their previous seven outings. Besides, they lost their last two meetings with the 13-times Premier League winners.

The Gunners have not tasted defeat in their last seven home games and punters can back them to avoid defeat at the price of (1.05) .

Arsenal v Everton

Theo Walcott announced his arrival at Goodison Park with a brace against Leicester and odds of (3.10) are on offer for him to score anytime against his former club.

Aubameyang scored 98 goals in the German Bundesliga before his departure from Borussia Dortmund. The Gabon international is tipped at (1.40) to net anytime with LionsBet if he gets to play.

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