Arsenal are set to host mid-table spot Everton, in the Women’s Super League, on Saturday 3rd December at Meadow Park.
With 6 wins this season, 5 of which are clean sheets, Arsenal become leading favourites for the WSL title. Whereas, Everton have had a mixed season, with 3 wins and 4 losses.
Many Arsenal players have recently picked up injuries, including Leah Williamson, Kim Little and Beth Mead, which will shift the dynamic of the team dramatically.
Who to look out for:
Frida Maanum has found herself on the scoresheet 4 times this season, which is already more than her overall total last year, showcasing just how in form she currently is for The Gunners.
With just 3 goals conceded this season, and 5 clean sheets, Manuela Zinsberger is a real annoyance for Everton. The Gunners hope her solid role in the net will secure them another three points.
At just 21 years old, Jess Park has created a name for herself in the Everton squad. Not only has she scored in her England debut, but she has also picked up a goal and assist in the WSL, which suggests a real strain for Jonas Eidevall’s backline on Saturday.
An away day for the Gunners, saw a 3-0 victory over Everton on 24th April 2022, in which Caitlin Foord, Beth Mead and Jordan Nobbs all found the net. The Gunners hope to replicate this.
Where to watch:
The FA Player.
Arsenal 4-0 Everton