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Arsenal at Everton: Preview, how to watch

it's all Premier League all the time from here on in.

More goals plz thx
More goals plz thx
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You know how sometimes, you don't really know how to start a conversation? That's where I am right now. Arsenal are out of the CL, their league hopes are rapidly fading, and their current form in the league (winless in three, 16 points out of the last 30 available) doesn't really fill me with hope that those fading hopes will rekindle into something resembling a championship run. I would, however, dearly love to be proven wrong about this.

Setting about the task of proving me wrong will be more or less the same squad from Tuesday; Arsenal, fortunately, suffered no new injuries in that game and so Arsene will have all the usual suspects from which to choose. For Everton, Gareth Barry is out, having earned his second red card of the season, after two yellow cards in Everton's Cup match against Chelsea, which comes with a two match suspension. Other than the considerable absence of Barry, though, Everton are pretty much healthy.

I know what I want to see. I want to see Elneny more involved, and him scoring another goal would be awesome. I want to see the entire team pick up their level and make the last two months of the season a fight. Hopefully this starts tomorrow.

Arsenal vs. Everton
Premier League

Goodison Park, Liverpool

Saturday, March 19, 2016
5.45AM PT/8.45AM ET/12.45PM BT (England's not on Summer Time yet)

HOW (to watch):
US: NBCSN, NBC Sports Live Extra
Worldwide info: