Arsenal vs Everton LIVE: Premier League latest score, goals and updates from fixture

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Follow live coverage as Arsenal face Everton in the Premier League today.

Manchester City are reigning champions after a dominant 2020/21 season and Pep Guardiola’s side are favourites to win it again boasting as they do one of the best squads in Europe.

European champions Chelsea have proven they have what it takes to dethrone City, however, having done it in last season’s Champions League final and will be hoping to add a domestic title to the one won in Porto.

Liverpool were winners back in 2020 ending a 30-year wait for league glory and Jurgen Klopp is sure to have them back challenging again at the sharp end this season too while Manchester United will be looking to be back in the title picture with Cristiano Ronaldo returning to his former club in the summer.

It’s not all about the action at the top though with Norwich, Watford and Brentford promoted to the top tier for 2020/21 and hoping to hold their own against the best English football has to offer and avoid the drop.

We will bring you all the action and updates from today’s game in the live blog below:


Arsenal vs Everton

The Gunners dominated the first half, but were caught cold just before the interval. Mikel Arteta will have been pleased with his side’s performance up to that point, but now they’ve allowed Everton back into the game there’s still work to be done. Arsenal still have to work to get the three points and hope for a miraculous Norwich comeback against Tottenham to secure a Champions League place.


Arsenal vs Everton

Arsenal hold a 2-1 lead at the break in their Premier League clash against Everton at the Emirates Stadium. Gabriel Martinelli put the Gunners ahead from the penalty spot after Alex Iwobi was adjudged to have handled the ball in the box after a VAR check. Eddie Nketiah doubled their advantage with a close-range header before the home side spurned chances to put the game away. Donny van de Beek then brought Everton back into the game before the break courtesy of fine work from Dominic Calvert-Lewin.


Arsenal vs Everton



Arsenal vs Everton

Tavares is played into acres of room down the inside-left channel, but he opts for the cutback to Odegaard that evades the midfielder before the attack peters out.


Arsenal vs Everton

Tavares cuts in from the left flank and offloads to Xhaka. The midfielder takes a touch and then curls a left-footed strike at goal that Begovic pushes away from goal.


Arsenal vs Everton

There will be three minutes of added time.


Arsenal vs Everton

WIDE! Nketiah flicks the ball into space for the run of Saka, who fends off the challenge on Branthwaite. He opens up room to fire at goal on his left foot, but places his effort narrowly wide of the left post.


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