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Battle For The Big Four As Arsenal Faces Everton



viagra dosage http://corcoranproductions.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/content-product_cat.php geneva;”>The on form Everton are just one point ahead of the Gunners and are currently in the fifth position on the premier league table and Arsenal is just one place behind.

The Arsenal youngster and England right back Curl Jenkinson believes the Gunners can pocket all the three points at Goodson park following their good record that favors them .Arsenal have won the last three visits at Everton. Jenkinson admits he was frustrated at villa park because they failed to” nick a goal” against Aston villa but he is confident that Arsenal can emerge winners from their Wednesday`s trip to Everton.

“We go into every game to win it. On Saturday it wasn’t meant to be but we`ve got a huge game against Everton. There`s no hiding, we need to win that. It`s a massive game for us. We`re on a good little run now, but we need to pick up three points on Wednesday and I`m confident we`ll do that. Said Jenkinson

The Gunners will be boosted by the comeback of midfielder Jack Wilshere who was left on bench on Saturday due to small knock. Also defenders curl Jenkinson and Kieran Gibbs will fully fit for the game since they have been facing injury problems.

Arsenal’s main concern is Theo Walcott. The England forward missed the last two matches with a shoulder injury, although boss Arsene Wenger has said that he could be back in contention for Wednesday.

Abou Diaby (thigh) and Andre Santos (abdominal strain) both miss out, although Tomas Rosicky may play some part as he continues his recovery from a long-term knee injury.

David Moyes will once again be able to call upon the services of Marouane Fellaini who is available after serving a one-match suspension.

Phil Neville (knee) is definitely out so Phil Jagielka is expected to deputise as captain for the third match in succession.

In the last meeting one goal was enough to decide the last fixture between the Blues and the Gunners at Goodison Park. Belgian defender Thomas Vermaelen was the match-winner after scoring an eighth-minute header, however, Royston Drenthe had what should have been an equalizer incorrectly disallowed for offside.

The Arsenal skipper Mikel Arteta is set to make his second return to Goodison Park on Wednesday evening. The Spaniard was with Everton for six years prior to his £10million deadline day move to the Emirates Stadium in the summer of 2011.

The high contested match by both sides will be officiated by M.Oliver as the centre referee, S.Long and D.England as assistant referees and N.Swarbrick will be the forth official.


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