It’s been a while since Arsenal tasted victory at Goodison Park – they haven’t secured a win there since 2017, managing to get only a solitary point from their past five trips. Additionally, their recent away game record isn’t promising, having won just two out of the last six in the Premier League.
Arsenal’s Challenges at Goodison Despite their slow start to the season and currently sitting in the relegation zone, Everton has the potential to give Arsenal a hard time. History suggests the Gunners find Goodison a tough place to play, having not won there since a memorable 5-2 triumph in October 2017. Their 1-0 loss in February also played a part in derailing their championship aspirations.
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Everton’s Underrated Form Yes, Everton’s season start has been less than ideal, securing only one point in four matches, with two home losses. But, their on-field play hasn’t mirrored their outcomes. The Toffees are underperforming their expected goals by nearly six. After finding the net against Sheffield United, the team might just find their scoring groove.
An Upset in the Making? Arsenal, under the leadership of Mikel Arteta, has had a decent beginning to their campaign. However, some of their performances, like against Nottingham Forest, Crystal Palace, and Fulham, have raised eyebrows. The win against Manchester United was also not as smooth as the 3-1 outcome indicates. Given Arsenal’s shaky history at Goodison Park and considering Everton secured a majority of their points last season at home, the Toffees might just throw a curveball. A 1-1 scoreline prediction seems quite plausible.