Arsenal Vs Everton LIVE Football Score 17 Jul 2022

Arsenal Vs Everton LIVE Football Score 17 Jul 2022


Start date: 17 Jul 2022 04:00


When the odds are 1.67 the expected chance of winning is 60%, but this team actually wins 72% matches with these odds.
When the odds are 3.75 the expected chance of winning is 27%, but this team actually wins 41% matches with these odds.


Having completed their long journeys across the Atlantic, Arsenal and Everton square off in the Charm City Match as part of their pre-season preparations in Baltimore on Saturday.

The Gunners have already put five past Ipswich Town and Nuremberg this summer, while the Toffees are yet to take to the field for an exhibition game.

It would not be an Arsenal pre-season without Mikel Arteta‘s side experiencing a few hearts-in-mouths moments, as German second-tier side Nuremberg took advantage of some lapses in concentration to quickly go 2-0 up last Friday.

However, two own goals, another Mohamed Elneny thunderbolt and a brace from new boy Gabriel Jesus on his debut – with the first goal coming just 90 seconds after his introduction – ultimately helped Arsenal claim an emphatic 5-3 success at the Max-Morlock-Stadion.

It may have only been a friendly game against a 2. Bundesliga side, but Jesus in particular showed early glimpses of what Arsenal fans can expect from their new number nine, and Arteta’s men are now two for two in pre-season after a 5-1 thumping of Ipswich.

The degree of difficulty in Arsenal’s pre-season friendlies now ramps right up, as Orlando City and Chelsea await the Gunners in the Florida Cup before the North London outfit return to base to meet Sevilla in the Emirates Cup on July 30.

There has been no more movement in the transfer market since the 5-3 success over Nuremberg, but technical director Edu is unlikely to be finished just yet, and the Brazilian will keep a watchful eye over proceedings this week as the club’s new boys get acquainted with the rest of the first-team squad.

Fears that Everton would be preparing for a season of Championship football ultimately did not come to fruition, as Frank Lampard‘s Premier League ever-presents salvaged their top-flight status by the skin of their teeth during a troubled 2021-22 campaign.

Only James Tarkowski has arrived to bolster the squad so far, and a plethora of recognisable names will no longer don the Toffees shirt, including Fabian DelphCenk TosunGylfi SigurdssonJonjoe Kenny and £60m Tottenham Hotspur new boy Richarlison.

Arsenal possible starting lineup:
Ramsdale; Bellerin, White, Gabriel, Cedric; Xhaka, Elneny; Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli; Jesus

Everton possible starting lineup:
Pickford; Godfrey, Tarkowski, Keane; Patterson, Doucoure, Davies, Mykolenko; Gordon, Calvert-Lewin, Gray

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