Arsenal return to Goodison Park on Sunday, as they attempt to win their first game away at Everton since 2017. Goodison has not been a happy hunting ground for the Gunners since Arsene Wenger’s exit, with Sean Dyche masterminding a 1-0 victory over Mikel Arteta’s side on his managerial debut with the Toffees earlier this year.
Everton have lost three and drawn one of their matches and they are really struggling to get going this season under their new manager. This weekend’s outing should be an easy win for Arsenal, more so because Sean Dyche has a long injury list. The North London side are undefeated in their previous seven matches and just before the international break they picked up a superb 3-1 win over Manchester United so they will definitely have their tails up.
The Arsenal tactician Mikel Arteta is expected to name a strong line up for their tough away match against Everton.
The English goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, who plays for Arsenal, is slated to begin the match as the goalkeeper when they face Everton away.
The Brazilian defender Gabriel Maghales is anticipated to maintain his position in the starting lineup and will partner with William Saliba in the center-back role.
Arsenal’s star players, Ben White and Oleksandr Zinchenko, are set to assume the roles of full-backs in their match against Everton.
The Arsenal manager is set to field Declan Rice in the defensive-midfield position, while Martin Odegaard and Kai Havertz are likely to begin as attacking midfielders in their pivotal league match against Everton.
Belgium’s Leandro Trossard is poised to take on the right-wing role, while Bukayo Saka is anticipated to begin as the left winger.
The Brazilian forward Gabriel Jesus is likely to play as the central striker.
Let’s take a look at some possible lineups that could defeat Everton;