- Mon Oct 23 2:24 AM
The Africans suffered contrasting fortunes as the Toffees surrendered a goal lead to crumble against the Gunners
- Sun Oct 22 9:02 AM
ARSENAL news is coming thick and fast and Express Sport is on hand to bring you all the latest.
- Sat Oct 21 10:50 PM
David Moyes could return to Everton, Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil denies Manchester United rumours, plus more.
- Sat Oct 21 3:22 PM
ARSENAL have been training ahead of their clash with Everton tomorrow.
- Sat Oct 21 10:53 AM
The Gunners will hope to bounce back from last weekend's defeat to Watford at Goodison Park
- Sat Oct 21 6:46 AM
The pair have not featured since the international window, but will be in the squad for the upcoming visit to Goodison Park
- Fri Oct 20 10:30 PM
Gunners stung by last week's loss at Watford travel after seeing their Europa League side grind out a win in Serbia
- Fri Oct 20 9:40 PM
The Gunners travel to Everton o Sunday
- Fri Oct 20 4:53 PM
RONALD KOEMAN confirms Wayne Rooney
will be back in action against Arsenal on Sunday after sitting out during the 2-1 defeat against Lyon. With Everton sat 16th in the Premier League the Dutch boss decided to rest Rooney along with several other first-team regulars during the Europa League clash...
- Fri Oct 20 4:38 PM
ARSENE WENGER will make a host of changes for Arsenal's Premier League trip to Everton but will be without forward Danny Welbeck
- Fri Oct 20 3:09 PM
ALEXIS SANCHEZ is set to return for Arsenal at Everton as part of a triple boost for the Gunners, confirmed Arsene Wenger. The Frenchman’s side travel to the struggling Toffees on Sunday hoping to pile further misery on Ronald Koeman’s men. And the North London club have received a hat-trick of g...
- Fri Oct 20 2:30 PM
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has had mixed news on the injury front as he’s confirmed the health of his squad ahead of Sunday’s clash with Everton. The Gunners secured a hard-fought win over Red Star Belgrade in midweek to maintain their perfect start to the Europa League, with Wenger opting to rot...
|I believe it was no penalty,
Wenger said. It was a provoked penalty by Sterling.
I believe it was no penalty,
said Wenger. We know that Raheem Sterling dives well, he does that very well.
In a difficult moment of the game he did very well,
said Wenger. He was on his own up front in the first-half but didn't have enough support.
If they get decisions like that, at home, they will be unstoppable,