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Friday, August 14, 2009

Everton vs Arsenal EPL 2009-10: Preview, Live Score

If you want to get the live score and updates of the match between Everton and Arsenal, then visit the following link:

Everton vs Arsenal Match Live Updates: 15 August 2009


Arsenal and Everton are going to start their 2009-10 premier league season tomorrow (15 August 2009) as Everton takes on the Gunners at the Goodison Park in an afternoon kick off. No doubt, neither side is happy with their opening day opponents. Both Arsenal and Everton are considered among the strong teams of England’s top league. However, one thing is pretty much certain that fans on both camps are eagerly waiting for the game in order to have a look at the current condition of the squad in the new season. Overall, managers of both sides are now spending busy time in landing their best eleven tomorrow as they are left with no option of taking the match lightly.



Match: Everton vs Arsenal; English Premier League 2009-10

Date: 15 August 2009

Venue: Goodison Park

Kick off: 17:30 BST (British Standard Time)

Live TV and Radio: ESPN and BBC Radio Five Live



Injury has become a big problem for the Gunners boss Arsene Wenger who needs to deal with a number of injury casualties ahead of the away fixture. Arsenal is missing a number of key players for the game and the situation is very tough for Wenger as he is left with short of options. Reserve goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski is out of action for 2 months following his knee surgery, while defenseman Johan Djourou is sidelined for at least a month. Vito Mannone and Wojciech Szczesny are left to back up for regular keeper Manuel Almunia.



Tomas Rosicky is at least 2 weeks away from his much-awaited return to Premier league after getting over his hamstring injury, while young forward Theo Walcott is also missing Saturday’s trip due to his back injury. Like Rosicky, Arsenal would miss another midfielder Samir Nasri for the game as the French international is recovering his broken leg and it is less likely that Nasri would return before going through a rehabilitation period of 3 months. However, there is good news in the Arsenal camp too.



BBC reported:

Arsenal's new signing Thomas Vermaelen is available after playing 45 minutes for Belgium on Wednesday and is set to partner William Gallas in defence.

The Gunners will be without Theo Walcott (back) despite the winger being on the bench for England in midweek.



The condition in Everton camp may not be as severe as it is in Arsenal, but the Toffees are still doubtful about Jo who sustained a minor injury in his ankle during a recent friendly match against Blackpool. However, the most important thing for Everton is that they could so far keep their hold on star defender Joleon Lescott. Everton has released Nuno Valente and Andy Van der Meyde this season, and Segundo Castillo completed his loan stint at the Merseyside club. American Anton Peterlin is the only signing of Everton so far in the current summer transfer window. Brazilian forward Jo has arrived Goodison Park in a loan deal from Manchester City.



Arsenal cashed in £39m through selling Emmanuel Adebayor and Kolo Toure, two of their key players over the last few seasons, to Manchester City. However, Arsene Wenger decided to stick to his own belief and strategy as he has not spent much so far in the ongoing transfer window. In fact, Arsenal spent only £8.45m to sign Belgian centre back Thomas Vermaelen from Ajax. The 23-year-old is all set to make his Arsenal debut against Everton tomorrow.



The biggest success of Arsenal in the Summer transfer window is perhaps its hold on manager Arsene Wenger who was offered a lucrative deal by Real Madrid. Wenger’s rejection of Real offer indicates the desire of the French manager to see success at the North London club. Wenger said that agreeing a deal with Real Madrid would have been a betrayal to my belief.



AFP reported:

"I want to go to the end of my job here. I built this team, I want to deliver with this team and I feel that if I left I would in some way have betrayed my beliefs," Wenger told the Daily Mail.

"It is nothing to do with what Real Madrid have done. It was about Arsenal.

"I knew what Madrid were about to do, but I have a project here that I started four years ago and I wanted to reach the end of.

So, you can see that Arsenal fans really have some reason to feel proud of their manager. The most important thing is that the manager is full of confidence that his young players would bring success at the club. There is no doubt, the manger has set up a long-term vision and he has no plan to leave the club before finishing his job.



Everton manager David Moyes has been managing the Toffees since 2002, but has not brought many successes at the club yet. 2009 FA final appearance has been Everton’s biggest success in English football since Moyes took over as Everton manager. So, I guess, the Scottish manager also has an unfinished job at Everton and he would not leave any stone unturned to fulfill his desire.



Online Live Score and Updates

Here, I am giving some live score and update websites from where you can get the live score of the match:



Live Score

Goalzz

Live Football Scores

Goal.com

Footie Scorez



Overall, I think, it could be an exciting match with both sides looking to get off to a good start to the new season. You might think that Everton may have some home advantage, but you must consider the fact that Arsenal has not lost their opening day game since 2000 in premier league and the Gunners emerged winner when they faced Everton in their opening day fixture in 2004 and 2007. Another important point is that Arsenal scored highest 37 goals last season in their away fixtures. So, neither side seems to be favorite ahead of the game, even though Arsenal seems a bit ahead of Everton on pen and paper. Now, let us see if two sides can impress their fans with some exciting football in their first game of the season.



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