Arsenal and Everton collide at the Emirates this evening in what could prove a pivotal clash in the race for a top-four finish – and we’re offering a cracking money-back special on the game.
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On Saturday, Norwich City took a surprise lead over Arsenal when Michael Turner headed home in the 56th minute, before the Gunners staged a late rally, scoring three times in the final ten minutes to claim a 3-1 win.
That was the third Arsenal game in a row in which both teams have scored in the second half after the same situation occurred in their wins over West Brom and Reading.
In fact, four of the Gunners’ last six Premier League games have ticked this particular box, while the same is true of each of their last three outings at the Emirates.
Arsene Wenger’s men have been impressive after the interval this term – they sit five points clear at the top of a table based purely on second-half results – so it is hard to imagine them not breaching the Everton rearguard in the final 45 minutes.
But the north Londoners are also struggling to keep clean sheets at present, having managed just one shut-out in their past six league outings.
And with Everton averaging 16 shots per away game this season – more than Tottenham, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal themselves – the likes of Marouane Fellaini and in-form duo Victor Anichebe and Kevin Mirallas will fancy their chances of getting on the scoresheet.
The Toffees have already managed to score at White Hart Lane and the Etihad Stadium this term and there is no reason to suggest that they will fire a blank against a Gunners side which has shipped 21 goals in 16 home league games.
And if their goal(s) arrive after half-time, you could well be looking at a reprieve on a losing punt – so snap up the offer now.