Arsene Wenger missing two key names ahead of Everton clash

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"Alexis, Koscielny and Ramsey will be alright", confirmed Wenger. He will not be back before the global break. Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez have dibs on these roles.

Alexandre Lacazette is likely to start up top while Granit Xhaka and the returning Aaron Ramsey will partner each other in central midfielder.

With constant speculation surrounding Koeman's job, a defeat against Arsenal on Sunday could well mark the end of his tenure on Merseyside.

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That looks like a strong enough side, on paper anyway, so I am going to go for Arsenal to finally get an away win in an easy fashion.

However, when Everton's chance came, Wayne Rooney was quick to remind everyone that he was once one of the greatest players on the face of the planet and is still capable of the odd moment of magic.

Seamus Coleman (broken leg) and Ross Barkley (hamstring) are out.

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Although Everton have struggled for consistency in front of goal this year, The Toffees have now scored in five of their last six contests and given the fact that Arsenal have only managed to keep two clean sheets in their last nine away trips, Ronald Koeman's side should be expecting to add to their tally.

There has been a red card in three of the last four Premier League meetings between these sides (Laurent Koscielny in May 2017, Phil Jagielka in December 2016 and Gareth Barry in October 2015). Wenger knows he will have to be wary against a player that has scored more goals against the Gunners than anyone else in the League.

Arsenal have lost three of their opening eight Premier League games, while the Toffees, who sit 16th, have just two wins this season.

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"Some of the Europa League players are making it hard to be left out of the Premier League games", Wenger was quoted as saying on Arsenal's official site.

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