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Is Arsenal Vs Everton On TV? Team News And How To Watch

Alfie Culshaw

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Is Arsenal Vs Everton On TV? Team News And How To Watch

Off the back of their pre-season win over Nurnberg in Germany, Arsenal have travelled to Baltimore to face Everton.

Mikel Arteta’s side produced a hectic display as they ran out 5-3 winners last Friday, with new signing Gabriel Jesus scoring twice on his debut.

With several squad members gaining valuable minutes in Germany, the Spanish boss will look to build on this win as they take on Everton tomorrow. 

The Gunners travelled to the US on Wednesday and will face Orlando City and Chelsea in Florida next week. 

For Everton, they play their first game since losing 5-1 to the North London outfit in the last game of the Premier League season in May.

Is Arsenal VS Everton On TV?

The match kicks off at midnight on Sunday morning in the UK or 7pm US time.

It will be played at the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore and will be available to watch for UK viewers for £5.99 on Arsenal.com. All of Arsenal’s pre-season games are available on the club’s official website at this price. 

Arsenal And Everton Team News:

Arsenal have taken a 33-man squad on the plane to the US, including the internationals who were given an extended holiday after finishing their national team matches in mid-June.

This includes the likes of Bukayo Saka, Martin Odegaard, Aaron Ramsdale, William Saliba, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Granit Xhaka, all of whom missed the club’s trip to Germany.

Whether or not these returning players will be fit enough to start this Everton game remains to be seen, given they’ve only had a week or so back in training. 

New signings Jesus, Matt Turner and Marquinhos could all feature again after making their debuts against Nurnberg, while Fabio Vieira could make his debut in Baltimore. 

Kieran Tierney played the opening half an hour last Friday, which Arteta confirmed was planned as the Scotsman makes his way back from an injury that has kept him on the sidelines since April. He’s expected to play a full half in this game.

Frank Lampard has brought his own 32-man squad across the pond, with new signing James Tarkowski included.

The former Burnley man is expected to get his first outing in a Blue shirt against the Gunners.

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Topics: Arsenal, Everton

Alfie Culshaw
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