Is Arsenal vs Everton on TV? , kick-off time and team news for Premier League

ARSENAL host struggling Everton in the Premier League – with Mikel Arteta hoping his side go five points clear at the top.

The Gunners beat Leicester City at the King Power on Saturday, putting them two points clear of Man City in second.

Gabriel Martinelli scored Arsenal’s winner at Leicester on the weekend.

This fixture was due to be played in September 2022 but was postponed due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Everton’s resurrection under Sean Dyche took a hit on the weekend with a 2-0 home defeat to Aston Villa.

Is Arsenal vs Everton on TV? , kick-off time and team news for Premier League

Dyche won his first game in charge of the Toffees against Arsenal at the start of February.

When is Arsenal vs Everton?
Arsenal vs Everton will take place TODAY, Wednesday, 1st March
The game will kick off at 7:45pm UK time.
The Emirates will play host.
Is Arsenal vs Everton on TV?
Unfortunately, the game won’t be shown live on TV in the UK due to the game being scheduled to play during the 3pm blackout back in September.
You can keep up to date with the action on our SunSport live blog.
Team news
Mikel Arteta will definitely be without Gabriel Jesus and Mohamed Elneny, who are both recovering from knee surgery.

Is Arsenal vs Everton on TV? , kick-off time and team news for Premier League

Though Jesus has given the Gunners a boost by posting a picture of him training with a ball, this game will come too soon for any involvement.

Thomas Partey returned to the Arsenal squad in Saturday’s win at Leicester, albeit only getting a few minutes from the bench.

Sean Dyche will be without first-choice striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin, as he is close to recovering from a thigh problem.

Everton will be without Andros Townsend, Nathan Patterson and James Garner for the trip to the Emirates.

Arsenal face one of their most important nights in the Premier League so far this season as they host Everton at the Emirates Stadium. The tie could prove to be a crunch match in the race for the title as it is the Gunners’ game in hand over rivals Manchester City, giving them the potential to move five points clear with victory.

That result is far from a given though as the Toffees have already proven once this campaign. That they can get the better of the north London outfit. The reverse fixture was new manager Sean Dyche’s first match in charge. They responde to their relegation fears well.

James Tarkowski’s towering header from a corner prove to be the difference between. The two sides as Mikel Arteta cut a frustrated figure on the touchline. With the clash being a home tie and with different circumstances for the visitors since then. There will be hopes for a better results for the Gunners.