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Arsenal v Everton predictions, betting tips & match preview: Last-day win may not be enough for Arsenal in top-four quest

Leigh Copson in Football 17 May 2017
  • Arsenal v Everton kicks-off at 15:00 BST on Sunday
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Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez (credit: ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)

Arsenal v Everton predictions for Sunday’s Premier League match. Arsenal must win this match to have any chance of finishing in the top four – but can they beat Everton on the final day of the season? Read on for all of our free predictions and betting tips.

Arsenal v Everton Predictions



Arsenal v Everton Betting Odds



Premier League Top Four Betting Odds


With Liverpool one point ahead of Arsenal heading into the final weekend of the season, the hunt for a top four spot is the only race that has gone down to the wire.

William Hill make Liverpool 1/9 to finish in the top four, with Arsenal 5/1 underdogs.

“With the odds as they are, it will take a seriously dodgy batch of lasagne to get Arsenal into the top four this time around,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

Arsenal v Everton Betting Tips Explained


Arsenal are not giving up on a top-four finish without a fight, but they are going to need a favour from Middlesbrough if they are to extend their streak of qualifying for the Champions League. The Gunners have rebounded from a 2-0 defeat at Tottenham Hotspur by reeling off four straight victories, and the 2-0 midweek win over Sunderland has left them a point behind Liverpool heading into the final day of the campaign.

That means a win here coupled with a defeat or draw for Liverpool against Middlesbrough would see them move into the top four on the final day of the season, and manager Arsene Wenger is refusing to rule out that happening.

“I don’t think about the percentages,” he told reporters after the win over Sunderland. “I just think: ‘Let’s make sure we win against Everton.’ Even if you have only a 1% chance, you would have to play totally at 100% but I think we have a good chance. If we won, it would be the first time you make 75 points and you are not in the top four.”

However, very few people will be expecting the Reds to drop points against a Middlesbrough team that already know they will be playing Championship football next season. Boro were relegated from the top flight with games to spare and they are the lowest scoring side in the Premier League having managed only 27 goals in 37 games – with just 10 of them coming away from from. The Riverside outfit also lost 3-0 when they entertained Jurgen Klopp’s side earlier this season, so Arsenal are unlikely to receive any favours on Sunday afternoon.

The Gunners should put themselves in a position to capitalise if Liverpool do slip up though. Everton ended a sequence of back-to-back defeats with a home win over Watford at the weekend, but the Toffees have now failed to win any of their last seven away games and that does not bode well for a meeting with an Arsenal outfit that have barely dropped any points at home and have been racking up clean sheets at the Emirates Stadium in recent months.

At the other end, Alexis Sanchez has put speculation about his future to one side by rattling in what could be some important goals for Arsenal. The Chilean striker bagged a brace against Sunderland in midweek to make it four goals in his last three appearances, and he has now scored a career-best 23 goals in a single league campaign. Sanchez can improve that personal best with another goal against Everton on Sunday afternoon.

Arsenal v Everton Stats


  • Arsenal have lost only one home game in the Premier League since losing to Liverpool on opening day
  • Arsenal have kept clean sheets in four of their last six league games and five of their last six home outings
  • Everton have not lost any of their last seven away games in the Premier League
  • Everton beat Arsenal at Goodison Park last December but Arsenal have won three of the last four meetings
  • Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 22 home games against Everton
  • Everton have never won at the Emirates Stadium and last beat Arsenal away from home in January 1996
  • Alexis Sanchez have scored four goals in his last three Premier League matches

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