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Thursday, January 07, 2010

Arsenal vs Everton Preview and Live Score: EPL 9 January 2010

Live Score and Updates: 
Arsenal (2) --------- Everton (2
90 minutes: THe match finsihed by 2-2
87 minutes: Sagna shown yellow card
84 minutes: More bad news for Wenger. Denilson is inured and left the field in stretcher. 
81 minutes: the best goal of the season for Everton fromtheir number 10 Piennar and Everton now leading by 2-1.
80 minutes: Two corners in one minute for Arsneal. Before that Everton missed a great cahnce
77 minutes: Freekick fgor the Gunners
74 minutes: best spell of teh match so far for the Gunners. They got 3 good opportujnities in the last 3 inutes
71 minutes: Arsenal came very close. Denilison short was just a bit high
68 minutes: Change of player for Everton
66 minutes: Playing condition is becoming very didficult now becuase of snow
62 minutes: Corner for Everton 
59 minutes: Good atack from Arsenal but very good defending
56 minutes: Everton got a corner. 
53 mintes: Today is the day of Louis Saha being offside many times like now
50 minutes: Arsenal got a corner. They look more solid in the second half. Snow fall has increased now
46 minutes: Second half just started. 
45 minutes: It is half time. Come back with in a few minutes for second half action
42 minutes: Good clearance from Gallas
39 minutes: Freekick for Everton
36 minutes: Is it a lucky day for Arsenal. Really bad luck for Everton. They came very close to the second goal but somehow did not get
33 minutes: Everton got a freekick
30 minutes: Good attack from Everton
27 minutes: Denilson just scored one of the luckiest goals of the season. It was deflected by an Everton player and Everton goalkeeper had no chance. Score is 1-1
24 minutes: Most probabaly, Gallas has pulled a muscle. More bad news for Wenger. Well, he has come back but he does not look that good
22 minutes: bad luck for the Gunners. Gallas missed an important opporunity. 
19 minutes: Good attack. Everton defense was upto the mark
15 minutes: It seemed that Arsenal needed to concede the goal. Now, they are playing very well. 
12 minutes: Everton has scored a goal and has taken the lead 1-0
10 minutes: Everton played better in the first 10 minutes and Louis Saha missed an easy chance
7 minutes: Saha was in a dangerous position but it was offiside
4 minutes: Vermaelen is a bit injured. Let us hope that he does not become injudred 
1 minute: The match just started. Be with for live updates in real time
The players are on the field and the match will start any moment. 
The match will start after few minutes and we will give here live updates. By the, because of Snow, all the matches today except Arsenal vs Everonton and Birmingham vs Manchester United have been postponed. Even there will be no EPL match tomorrow. 
Arsenal hosts Everton on Saturday (9 January 2010) in an important premier league fixture. Sports37 will provide live score and updates of the match here.

Match: Arsenal vs Everton; English Premier League 2009-10
Date: 9 January 2009
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London, England
Kick off: 15:00 GMT
Third-placed Arsenal will be looking for full 3 points to keep the pressure on Chelsea and Manchester United. Arsenal has been in good form of recent despite consistent injury setbacks. A win over Everton would see Arsenal move within a point of leader Chelsea, and thus, occupying the second place. So, it could be a motivation for the Gunners who are missing some of their regular players through injury and on international duty.

Everton, who have recently got out of the relegation zone on the back of a five-match unbeaten streak, will be trying to hold on to the momentum. They picked up 7 points from those games and are now in the 12th place in the standing. They also have injury problems, but given their recent form, it seems that David Moyes boys would go into the game full of confident.

Everton can be more determined to know that they would face an injury-hit Arsenal who are currently missing the key players Robin van Persie, Cesc Fabregas, Nicklas Bendtner. Left back Gael Clichy has not recovered his back problem and will remain sidelined for Everton’s visit and his ultimate replacement Kieran Gibbs will be in the treatment room at least till March. Theo Walcott is currently out of action with a rib injury, while Johan Djourou will perhaps miss the rest of the season. Moreover, Song is out on international duty and Denilson will take up the holding midfielder’s role against Everton.

Everton also has injury woes ahead of the North London visit. Jack Rodwell, Dan Gosling and Sylvain Distin are sidelined, while Mikel Arteta, Phil Jagielka and Victor Anichebe are also uncertain for the match. Yakubu and Joseph Yobo are on international duty in the African Cup of Nations 2010. Moreover, Tony Hibbert has a groin problem, while Jo will miss the Arsenal match due to suspension.

Everton could face a serious problem in their attacking line up as Jo, Yakubu, Anichebe are all absent for their visit to Arsenal. So, there is possibility manager David Moyes could hand Landon Donovan his debut for Everton. Despite all the injury news, Moyes is optimistic about the encounter and is hopeful about some of his injured players.

David Moyes said, “Victor Anichebe has done a little bit of training with us, Mikel Arteta joined in yesterday - albeit with no contact - Phil Jagielka is out running, Dan Gosling and Jack Rodwell have started their running again and Sylvan Distin is not far away.”

There is good news in Arsenal camp too with Arshavin, Denilson and Rosicky are all fit for the home clash with the Merseyside club. In the absence of some key forwards, it seems that Arsenal attack would heavily rely on their Russian star Arshavin.

Probable Squad
Arsenal: Almunia, Sagna, Gallas, Vermaelen, Traore, Denilson, Ramsey, Diaby, Arshavin, Nasri and Eduardo.

Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Neill, Heitinga, Baines, Fellaini, Neville, Pienaar, Bilyaletdinov, Cahill and Saha/ Vaughan.

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