Arsenal will welcome Everton on Friday night in a key Premier League clash hoping to bounce back to winning ways.
The Gunners have endured an inconsistent season, which was on show once again last week.
The north London side dispatched Slavia Prague to qualify for the Europa League semi-finals but was forced to settle for a draw against lowly Fulham.
They will entertain an Everton side that has not won in their last five matches, and it promises to be an entertaining clash.
Here are some facts and figures ahead of the clash at the Emirates.
Key facts and stats
- Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 24 Premier League home matches against Everton (W20 D4)
- The last time the Gunners lost at home to the Toffees was in January 1996, at Highbury
- Arsenal have never lost in nine previous games played on Fridays (W7 D2), the most a team has played on a specific day without defeat
- This will be the Gunners' 200th top-flight meeting with Everton
- The Gunners have won 98 of the 199 so far, more than any side has beaten another
- Everton's Gylfi Sigurdsson has been involved in five goals in his last seven Premier League games (3 goals 2 assists)
- Arsenal have conceded first in each of their last four Premier League games at home
Head-to-head (All competitions)
- Played - 216
- Arsenal wins - 118
- Everton wins - 62
- Draws - 42
Arsenal will miss the services of five players, while the visitors have a number of first-team stars who will be assessed ahead of the match.
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Illness)
- Martin Odegaard (Ankle)
- Kieran Tierney (Knee)
- David Luiz (Knee)
- Alexandre Lacazette (Hamstring)
- Fabian Delph (Tendon-doubt)
- Doucoure (Foot)
- Bernard (Knock-doubt)
- Gbamin (Knee)
- Mina (Stomach-doubt)
- Gomes (Hamstring-doubt)
- Calvert-Lewin (Stomach-doubt)