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Arsenal v Everton: Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan to make first Gunners impact

| 03.02.2018

Saturday night’s Premier League clash comes from North London where new-look Arsenal host Everton and their former hero Theo Walcott.

The Gunners have been on a dire run of late – winning one of their last five.

But with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan on board, our traders make them 2/7 favourites to see off the Toffees.

Everton, now safely in mid-table, are 10/1, with the draw 17/4.

For all their problems this season, Arsenal have been strong at the Emirates. Heading into gameweek 26 only Manchester City have won more games at home.

What’s more, Everton have struggled on the road this season – winning only once.

The Gunners won the reverse tie 5-2 in October, so the 5/6 on Arsenal -1 looks good. They’re 21/10 to win -2.

We should see some goals here. The last 10 fixtures between these two sides have produced 35 goals, so the over 2.5 is unsurprisingly odds-on at 4/7.

But with five of Arsenal’s last six games seeing four goals or more, over 3.5 could be the one at 29/20.

This game is all about Aubameyang though, following his Deadline Day arrival from Borussia Dortmund.

The Gabon striker is 14/5 to net first on his debut, while he’s odds-on at 5/6 to score anytime.

After making his debut against Swansea City on Tuesday, Mkhitaryan could get his first Arsenal start this evening.

The Armenian’s game should suit the Gunners, and he is 7/2 to score first.

For Everton, Theo Walcott makes a quick return to the club where he spent almost 12 years.

He’s hit the ground running since moving to Merseyside last month, and bagged a brace in the 2-1 win over Leicester City on Wednesday.

The Englishman is 14/1 to score first and remind Arsene Wenger of his talent, although the 4/1 anytime is good value too.

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All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.