Arsenal v Everton Odds : 7/1 on Arsenal home win attracting flurry of activity at Emirates

We’re all set for another classic as Betfred release the latest Arsenal v Everton odds, with the famous Salford firm offering a huge price of 7/1 on Arsenal to win at the Emirates (KO 16:00GMT Sun).

The unit, headed by the charismatic Fred Done are enhancing Arsenal’s odds to 7/1, and with the Gunners 8/11 elsewhere, the 7/1 is sure to attract massive attention from punters and fans alike, especially as Arsene Wenger’s side have won  their last six home games in the Premier League this year.

Its all part of the firm’s unique marketing drive that is offering new customers increased value on certain games each weekend, as the firm looks to set itself apart in an already competitive marketplace.



Latest Odds: Arsenal 7/1, draw 11/4, Everton 4/1
Betfred have announced they are offering free bets worth £25 to customers to spend on any football fixture this weekend, plus they’ll offer Arsenal at a price of 7/1 (normal price 8/11) for all new customers.

Click here for £25 Football Bet & 7/1 Arsenal Offer with Betfred!

Arsenal will look to maintain their lead at the top of the Premier League when they take on in-form Everton at the Emirates on Sunday.

The Gunners currently sit four points clear but with games against Roberto Martinez’s side, Napoli, Manchester City and Chelsea looming large December is proving to be a crunch time for Arsene Wenger’s side.

Arsenal will head into the game in fine fettle following three league wins on the trot over Southampton, Cardiff and Hull with seven goals scored and none conceded.

The midweek win over Hull saw Nicholas Bendtner score his first goal since 2010 for the club and the Danish star is keen to build on his first start, telling Arsenal Player “It was a fantastic feeling, I think my celebration for the goal was a show of that,”

“It was my first Premier League game this season, so I am pleased to have scored and that we won.

“It has been difficult for the players who have not been in the team because we have had such good form and the players who have played have been magnificent.

“With the way people play now, it looks like whoever comes in takes it in his stride and goes with it, that showed again because there were a couple of changes and everybody played well.”

The 25 year old looks set to return to the bench on Sunday with Oliver Giroud set to return while Mikel Arteta, Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere will all for starts after starting the clash with the Tigers on the bench.

Everton meanwhile won’t hold any fear travelling down to London following a first success at Old Trafford in 21 years over Manchester United midweek.

Confidence is flowing through the Blues squad following a run of eight games without defeat and according to midfielder Gareth Barry the players are full of confidence and aiming to break into the top four.

“If we set our targets to the highest point, then that is going to be it” the on-loan star told Sky Sport.

“Getting into that top four is going to be big ask. If you spoke about Everton before the season, then I don’t think people would have been talking about us challenging for that spot.

“But the way the first 14 games have gone, I don’t see why we cannot set our targets that high.

“It reminds me of the first few months when I joined Man City. That was a changing period, similar to here with the new manager.

“It’s his (Martinez’s) first season, he is still putting his ideas across and the lads have adapted to them really quickly.

“It’s still the first season and you are still learning, but if we can keep improving, then it’s going to be brilliant for Everton.”

Everton will once again be without Leighton Baines and Darron Gibson meaning that Martinez is unlikely to make too many changes to his side.

Trevor Keane

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.

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