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Arsenal vs. Everton: Preview, how to watch

Everton come to the big city

Arsene Wenger summons the beer guy
Arsene Wenger summons the beer guy
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This sure has been a fun week! Arsenal back-to-the-walled it against Bayern, came out with three points that no one expected them to, and now they look to continue their good league form against Everton at the Emirates. Everton are currently ninth, on 13 points, but haven't won in their last two matches; they're good on the road, though, not losing and having won two and drawn two on their travels so far. They got thumped by Manchester United last weekend at Goodison, 3-0, but that result is kind of an exception - it was their first loss in six.

Arsenal go in to this game slightly dinged up - Aaron Ramsey, of course, being the latest casualty. For Everton, Steven Pienaar and Muhamed Besic are out, and Tom Cleverly faces the infamous late fitness test.

Everton are inconsistent, but are starting to find themselves a little bit. It's Arsenal's job to make sure Everton don't find themselves until at least next week.

Arsenal vs. Everton
Premier League

Emirates Stadium, London

Saturday, October 24, 2015
9.30 AM PT/12.30 PM ET/ 5.30 PM BT

HOW (to watch):
Worldwide broadcast info at