Arsenal and Everton will play each other again in the Premier League on Wednesday, when the top-placed Gunners host the bottom-placed Toffees at the Emirates Stadium.
After Frank Lampard left Everton, Sean Dyche’s first game in charge was a 1-0 home win against Mikel Arteta’s team. The former Burnley manager made a strong case for keeping Everton in the Premier League in 2023.
But the hosts will have their eyes on the other end of the table, where the Gunners have a key chance to extend their lead over Manchester City to five points with a game in hand.
Fans can watch the game live from anywhere in the world, and 5Times.co.uk has all the information they need to do so below.
When is Arsenal vs Everton?
The match between Arsenal and Everton will start at 7:45 p.m. on March 1 at the Emirates Stadium.
The last time these two teams played, Everton won 1-0 at Goodison Park and briefly stopped Arsenal from winning the title. At the hour mark of Sean Dyche’s first game in charge, James Tarkowski scored the game-winning goal.
Since their first meeting in 1905, the two teams have played each other 220 times. Arsenal has won 109 games, Everton has won 65, and 49 games have ended in a tie.