Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang might have come off the bench against Newcastle, but don’t expect for that trend to keep up. The Gabonese international came on and supplied the assist for Lacazette’s sealing goal, underlining the partnership the two have forged and the deadly nature of the speedster. He also scored in the reverse fixture, a 2-0 win.
Last matches: ARSENAL
01.04.19 PL Arsenal Newcastle 2 : 0
26.03.19 CF Al Nasr Arsenal 2 : 3
15.03.19 EL Arsenal Rennes 3 : 0
10.03.19 PL Arsenal Manchester Utd 2 : 0
07.03.19 EL Rennes Arsenal 3 : 1
Head To Head
As mentioned above, Arsenal have a formidable record in this fixture, and their tally of 97 wins against Everton is an English league record for one team against another.
The Gunners have won each of the last four – and seven of the last eight – whereas Everton have only beaten Arsenal twice in the last 24 meetings across all competitions, although both of those did come at Goodison Park.September’s reverse fixture at the Emirates saw Arsenal run out 2-0 winners with Lacazette and Aubameyang both scoring within three minutes of each other.