Everton vs Arsenal (EPL 2023-24)

OFF-FIELD matters dominated the agenda at Everton during the international break but it’s back to the reality of a Premier League survival scrap as they step on to the Goodison turf once more against Arsenal.

A takeover bid from a Miami-based investment group has offered hope for the future at Everton but the short-term goal is all about moving clear of the drop zone as they bid to avoid a damaging plummet into the Championship.

After starting the campaign with three successive defeats, Sean Dyche’s side finally got their first point on the board away to Sheffield United in match where I thought it might end up level.

Reggie O'Kenneth Bebe, Reggie – Bebe ft. O’Kenneth

The much-needed arrival of a striker has given the Toffees a focal point up front and Dyche will be hoping new boy Beto can inspire his side to climb up the table.

Reggie O'Kenneth Bebe, Reggie – Bebe ft. O’Kenneth

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