Michael Owen claims this Arsenal player will score against Everton

Ruben Hill
October 21, 2017

Arsenal's Danny Welbeck and David Ospina will both be out until the next global break but Laurent Koscielny should be fit to face Everton on Sunday, manager Arsene Wenger has said.

The Gunners will be looking to build on their Europa League win in the domestic competition, and have won 11 Premier League away games against Everton - only at West Ham and Aston Villa (12 each) have they won more.

Arsenal desperately need to get back to winning ways in the Premier League when we take on Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon.

Koscielny on the other hand was able to make his injury comeback against Watford but the defender limped off during the closing minutes of the game sparking fears he'd aggravated an Achilles injury.

"Of course, we have discussions internally about the tough start, the fixtures, Europa League football but the position in the table is not where we need to stay and that is what we need to change".

Wenger and his men face an out-of-form Everton side. A Premier League start must come soon.

James McCarthy is available again having recovered from the knee and hamstring problems which have prevented him from making a first-team appearance this season, while fellow midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has shaken off a knock picked up against Lyon. The one we've been raving about for a month before Watford?

"This could be a must-win game for Ronald Koeman on Sunday".

Ronald Koeman is a man under enormous pressure and if results do not improve soon, he could be sacked in the near future. I know they were beaten at Watford, but Everton are not a team who are going to kick you off the pitch.

"If you look at these players and what they have achieved in their careers, I think that speaks much more than any sentence at a post-match press conference".

Koeman bought a lot of the same in the summer, and lost Romelu Lukaku.

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