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Everton vs Arsenal Live Stream, Team News & Watch Online
Date: Tuesday, December 13

Time: 7:45 p.m. (GMT). 2:45 p.m. (ET)

TV Info: BT Sport 1. NBCSN.

Team News

Wenger confirmed how long Mustafi is likely to miss after the win over the Potters, per BBC Sport: “It’s a bad one. The minimum is 21 days.” It’s probably a conservative estimate, so the Gunners need plans in place to cope without a player who has become a key member of the back four.

Mustafi has worked well with fellow central defender Laurent Koscielny since arriving from Valencia in the summer. The France international should expect Gabriel Paulista to start in place of his regular defensive partner.

The Koscielny-Gabriel partnership appeared shaky last season, although the often mistake-prone Brazilian has been playing well lately, albeit as a makeshift right-back.

Yannick Bolasie and Mo Besic are long term injury doubts and will be out for the better part of the season with knee ligament injuries. The Toffees started the season brilliantly, taking 13 points from the first five games, but have since taken only seven points from the next 10, which has kept them in ninth position. They have managed a 1-1 draw with Manchester United in their last home game and will be looking for a similar performance against the Gunners, who are without Shkodran Mustafi for the fixture.

The Gunners will welcome back Hector Bellerin to the starting line-up while Gabriel will slot in at centre-back alongside Laurent Koscielny. Aaron Ramsey is still not ready after coming off against Basel with a hamstring strain, leaving the Gunners with only Granit Xhaka, Francis Coquelin and Mohamed Elneny to choose from in midfield.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been in good form off late and is likely to remain in the starting line-up, with Alex Iwobi coming off the bench. Olivier Giroud is also expected to start from the bench, with Alexis Sanchez keeping his position through the middle where he has scored 11 goals in the league.

Ronald Koeman told the club website: “Arsenal is different to Watford. They play differently and have world-class players. We know what we need to do. If we keep a compact team, we can make it difficult. This Arsenal team is better than it was. I had the experience with Southampton of beating Arsenal several times but I think this Arsenal team has more balance between defending and attacking.”

Arsene Wenger told the club website: “[On Everton in top four] They were very close many times and I think they’ve been in the top four, in the Champions League, once or twice since I’ve been here. Why [haven’t they made the step]? Because they have had top-quality clubs and teams in front of them. For many years you’ve had teams like Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, and it’s been difficult for them to get in there.”