Betting Preview & Match Facts: Everton vs Arsenal

| March 21, 2012 | 2 Comments

 

Match Preview: Everton vs Arsenal


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Arsenal 1 0 Everton 10/12/2011
Arsenal 2 1 Everton 01/02/2011
Everton 1 2 Arsenal 14/11/2010
Arsenal 2 2 Everton 09/01/2010
Everton 1 6 Arsenal 15/08/2009
Everton 1 1 Arsenal 28/01/2009

 

 

Average Statistics 2011 – 2012 Everton Arsenal
Home Away
Goals scored 1.1 1.9
Goals conceded 0.9 1.9
Time first goal scored 41 mins 31 mins
Time first goal conceded 43 mins 40 mins
Yellow cards 1.2 1.9
Red cards 0.1 0.2
Subs used 2.9 2.8
Biggest victory 2-0 4-0
Biggest defeat 2-0 8-2

 

 

Arsenal:
Everton:

Arsenal to win:

William Hill are offering odds of 7/5 for the Gunners to win away

Draw:

Bet365 & Skybet are offering the best odds at 12/5

Everton to win:

Powerpaddy are offering odds of 21/10 for the Toffees to win at home

allArsenal’s Special Bet:

allArsenal’s Special Bet: Halftime/Fulltime: Draw/Arsenal = 9/2

Why?

Four of Arsenal’s six Premier League away victories this season have seen the Gunners come from behind to win and majority of these they have been drawing at half-time.

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Everton 1 Arsenal 2

Paddypower = 8/1

Bet365 = 8/1

**Skybet = 17/2**- best odds

William Hill = 8/1

Why?

Arsenal have become the first team in the Premier League era to win from behind in four successive matches, after doing it in their last four games.

Wenger’s men are the team to have recovered the most points from losing positions in the league (19).

Everton have lost seven and won none of their last nine meetings with Arsenal.

Moyes’ side did not muster a single shot on target when the clubs met at the Emirates in December.

The Gunners have netted 13 goals in their last four trips to Goodison Park, and 80 against the home side in Premier League history – more than against any other club.

The Gunners have Robin van Persie who has scored 44 goals in his last 45 Premier League appearances, topping the Premier Leagues golden boot competition so far.

More Match Facts

Tim Cahill has managed to score three in his last four appearances against the north London team.

The Toffees have conceded 31 goals this season, a record only bettered by Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United.

Wednesday’s clash will be officiated by Lee Mason who awarded Everton a controversial offside goal when the teams met at the Emirates last season.

 

Stats from opta/Uk Eurosport

 

 



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