Everton will face a challenging match against Arsenal at Goodison Park in the Premier League.
However, there may be weaknesses in Arsenal’s game that Everton manager Sean Dyche could exploit.
Despite Everton’s poor start to the season, they were able to defeat Arsenal in this fixture last year, showing that the match may not be as one-sided as it seems.
Additionally, Everton’s underlying numbers suggest that they have been unlucky and deserve more points.
Arsenal has implemented a new system this season, which may not be as effective against Everton.
There is evidence that Arsenal’s right flank is vulnerable, as seen in previous matches where opponents have exploited the space and created chances.
This issue may stem from a positioning problem with Arsenal’s midfield, particularly with Declan Rice and Martin Ødegaard.
Furthermore, the understanding between Arsenal’s right-back and centre-back has been questionable.
Despite these weaknesses, Arsenal remains a formidable team, excelling in defending set-pieces and possessing the ball well.
If Everton wants to surprise Arsenal once again, they should focus their attacks down the left side and utilize quick counter-attacks.
With some luck, Everton may be able to profit from this strategy and secure a positive result.
This article was updated 1 month ago