10. Everton beat Arsenal 3-0 the last time these sides met, in April last season. It was the their heaviest defeat over the Gunners since a repeat score in October 1989. Another 3-0 result is priced at 26.00.
9. Steven Naismith scored Everton’s opener that day last season, one of nine goals for his club in 2013/14. The Scot netted against Leicester last weekend and is 3.50 to do so again.
8. Three of the last five meetings between these two sides have ended in a draw. Another tied game is available at 3.40.
7. Arsenal have won three of their last five visits to Goodison Park, yet have not claimed three points at Everton since March 2012. Arsene Wenger’s men are 2.60 to win.
6. The Gunners played out their first 0-0 draw since February with a goalless tie at Besiktas on Tuesday night. Another 0-0 is available at 11.00.
5. Everton drew with Leicester on their opening game on the Premier League season, their first competitive draw in 19 games, stretching back to January (1-1 at West Brom). An Everton/Arsenal price on the Double Chance stands at 1.34.
Watch Eduardo score against Everton as Arsenal net six at Goodison Park in 2009:
4. Arsenal conceded the fewest shots on goal of any team during the first round of Premier League fixtures last weekend (4). They are 4.70 to win without conceding at Goodison Park.
3. Just three of Everton’s 13 shots against Leicester last Saturday hit the target, with two finding the back of the net. The Toffees are 3.65 to score in both halves.
2. Aiden McGeady recorded five shots at Leicester, the joint-second most in the Premier League behind Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney (6). McGeady, who also scored last weekend, is 51.00 to net twice.
1. Arsenal have not lost their first away game of a Premier League season since 2008 (1-0 defeat at Fulham). The Gunners are 1.47 to win/draw on the Double Chance.