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Post by Sami Rockfeller on Mon Mar 19, 2012 11:24 pm

I don't care where Spurs finish, I don't want Chelsea winning the CL. I've always wanted us to be the first London team to do it.
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Post by Mario on Tue Mar 20, 2012 10:20 pm

Any other time in the season, a draw at Everton would be a pretty decent result. Especially with their recent form (Liverpool game excluded). But with the way the fixtures have panned out this is the type of game where we should be looking at all 3 points.

We have had more than a week off since our last game whilst they've played 2 tough games. Even with the rotation of half their team against Liverpool, their squad will naturally be more tired than ours.

It's important we don't go behind in this game. There's only so many times we can go behind and come back to win and Goodison isn't one of the places you want to do that, whether we've had a rest or not. They've beaten City and Spurs at home 1-0 and Chelsea 2-0 in the last month to 6 weeks. Make them chase the game and let them tire themselves out more, legs will be heavy as it is.

Unfortunately I won't be able to watch this game. Twitter and text updates for this one.


Match Stats

1. Everton's most recent win over the Gunners in the Premier League came courtesy of a last-minute Andy Johnson strike at Goodison in March 2007

2. Arsenal have become the first team in the Premier League era to win four consecutive games from losing positions

3. Tim Cahill has scored for Everton in three of the last four games against Arsenal at Goodison Park

4. Robin van Persie has become only the seventh player to score against 16 different sides in a single Premier League season

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Post by Zaid Derweesh on Tue Mar 20, 2012 11:35 pm

Apparently we've won 7 of our last 9 games against them, with the other 2 being draws. That's a good record. And remember when we thrashed them 1-6 a while back? Another of those would be nice.

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Post by Michael Foster on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:04 am

Well I am fully expecting a win from us I quoted 4-1 arsenal....and sticking to it...
Need to finish work early lol
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Post by Jenson Pais on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:11 am

Very important game seeing that Chelsea are playing Man City and Spurs could drop points to Stoke. We need to continue collecting 3 points as we keep hunting for a 3rd place finish. Every game is like a cup game now.

Everton will be tired after their 2 difficult games against Liverpool and Sunderland. They don't have the biggest squad. We have to watch out for set pieces and we will alright. They will have their hands full with Van Persie in prime form.
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Post by Jenks1981 on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:26 am

I think we could win, lose or maybe draw this one.

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Post by Michael Foster on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:43 am

Jenks1981 wrote:I think we could win, lose or maybe draw this one.

Haha you funny man.
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Post by Jenks1981 on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:44 am

Cult hero!? LMAO

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Post by Michael Foster on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:51 am

You know it!!

Too many posts......
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Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Wed Mar 21, 2012 1:02 am

Jenks1981 wrote:I think we could win, lose or maybe draw this one.

You know you're up working too late when that makes you laugh...but thanks anyway!
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Post by Chris Chan on Wed Mar 21, 2012 8:42 am

Szczesny
Sagna Kos TV Gibbs
Song
Arteta Rosicky
Theo RVP The Ox

Like last game, actually still tempted to play Benayoun if he's fit

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Post by Mike York on Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:47 pm

Agree with Chris's team. On Benayoun, depends who they play at RB. If it is Phil Neville I'd be tempted to stick with Gervinho/Ox as their pace will give him a tough time.

I don't care what the score is as long as we get three points. And against Everton, although we have a good record against them, it won't be easy. Espescially not at Goodison. Hopefully the FA Cup will be a distraction for them but at a guess I reckon they'll rest players for the FA Cup replay in their next game, not this one.

2-1 Arsenal Smile
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Post by Michael Foster on Wed Mar 21, 2012 11:26 pm

Agree with having pace running at nevs if he is playing...but that said I think Benny would run rings around him anyway....
I would call it have the pace available from kick off wear them down take an early goal hopefully and run them into the ground...the cup is definitely gonna be a distraction for them as much as they know we hell bent on overturning spurs and will be all out for the points....

I predict an easy runaway victory...
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Post by Michael Foster on Wed Mar 21, 2012 11:28 pm

Oh and just to let those know who like a bet or two you can get....

Arsenal to win 4-1 at 40-1 at William hill

My 10 went down lol
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Post by Michael Foster on Wed Mar 21, 2012 11:38 pm

Here is some early team news and facts:

TEAM NEWS

Everton are expected to be without midfield trio Jack Rodwell (hamstring), Seamus Coleman (thigh) and Darron Gibson (knee).

Steven Pienaar is available again after being cup-tied against Sunderland.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger must decide whether to stick with Kieran Gibbs at left-back or recall Andre Santos, who is fit after three months out with an ankle injury.

Mikel Arteta makes his first return to Goodison Park since moving to Arsenal.

MATCH PREVIEW

Everton have painful memories of Arsenal. It's five years since they last beat the Gunners, whose 6-1 win at Goodison in August 2009 was the Toffees' worst home league defeat since 1958.

Arsene Wenger's side is also in rampant form, winning five league games in a row for just the second time in two years. But if Everton have their minds fully focused, this could be a tricky one.

Liverpool fans will hope so. An Arsenal win would surely end Anfield dreams of a Champions League place. There may well be a few conspiracy whispers in the shadows of the Kop this week.

There's no way David Moyes will be taking this game lightly though. He needs to keep
Everton's recent solid run going. Players can't just turn form on and off like a tap. Moyes will fear a bad result in this game and against Swansea on Saturday will upset their steady rhythm ahead of the FA Cup quarter-final replay at Sunderland.

They have big names back now from injuries and have conceded just one goal in their last four home matches. This will be a tight affair, even for an Arsenal side with 18 goals on their latest five league game winning spree.

Much depends on how Everton handle Robin van Persie of course. He's scored in his last four games and has 26 in 26 matches. But Tomas Rosicky is playing his best Arsenal football too. They look more potent all round and much more resilient, coming from behind in four league games in a row to win.

A settled side has helped. Arsene Wenger has made just a couple of changes in their last four matches. That's unusual for a man who has named just six unchanged sides in four years.

At last they have their first-choice back five together. Wojciech Szczesny, Bacary Sagna, Laurent Koscielny, Thomas Vermaelen and Kieran Gibbs are unbeaten when they've started together this season, with six wins from seven games, conceding just four goals.

It'll be very close. Arsenal's extra attacking threat may just edge it.

Head-to-head

This is the 182nd league meeting between the two clubs - all have come in the top division of English football. Arsenal have 89 victories compared to Everton's 54. The Gunners are on a nine-match unbeaten Premier League run against Everton (W7, D2) since the Toffees won 1-0 at Goodison Park in March 2007, courtesy of Andrew Johnson's stoppage-time winner. Everton are one of only two sides in the league yet to score against Arsenal this season, the other being Wigan.

Everton

Defeat at Liverpool in their last league game ended Everton's seven-match Premier League unbeaten run. The Toffees have won each of their last three league matches at Goodison, keeping clean sheets in all of them. If selected, Victor Anichebe will be making his 100th Premier League appearance.

Arsenal

Arsenal are on a five-match Premier League winning run. They have scored 18 goals during this period - an average of 3.6 goals per game. The Gunners have trailed in each of their last four league games before eventually securing victory. They are the first club in Premier League history to record four successive comeback wins. Robin van Persie has scored nine league goals in his last eight games.
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Post by Mike York on Wed Mar 21, 2012 11:51 pm

Michael Foster wrote:Oh and just to let those know who like a bet or two you can get....

Arsenal to win 4-1 at 40-1 at William hill

My 10 went down lol

I put money on Van Persie scoring more than Everton. You know a striker must be awesome when WillHill have a special bet for him to outscore the whole opposition at their ground.
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Post by Michael Foster on Thu Mar 22, 2012 12:44 am

Lol what odds did you get on that?
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Post by Liam Bermingham on Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:14 am

Just lumped a tenner on Everton to be winning at half time and arsenal to win at full time. 25/1. lovely
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Post by Mike York on Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:50 am

Michael - about 5/1 when I put something on it. Think they have gone down a bit now.

Liam - considering our recent games that could well be a worthy bet.


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Post by Justin Chew on Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:57 am

Just put a tender on 0-4 arsenal. 75/1 hah would be a great day

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Post by Michael Foster on Thu Mar 22, 2012 2:09 am

To all above...great odds all round...hopefully one of us picks up a win bonus Smile the 25-1 half time full time odds is a pick imo...

Cannot wait to get home from work to watch this...

And hopefully those cunts accross the city drop points...

I will laugh my head off if spurs lose or draw....and I can see it happening to.

Happy days all round Smile
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Post by Michael Foster on Thu Mar 22, 2012 2:17 am

Sky sports news just reported verminator available for tonight
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Post by Alex Hadjicharalampous on Thu Mar 22, 2012 2:36 am

I hope there'll be some sopcast or any kind of links for the game tonight, my computer crashed a week ago and I lost all my great bookmarks. Sad
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Post by Michael Foster on Thu Mar 22, 2012 2:46 am

Try ILEMI fella if not I am sure ppl will post some Smile
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Post by Ashraf Peeran on Thu Mar 22, 2012 4:55 am

Alex Hadjicharalampous wrote:I hope there'll be some sopcast or any kind of links for the game tonight, my computer crashed a week ago and I lost all my great bookmarks. :(

I've always gotten great links from here, mate:

http://atdhenet.tv/
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