Arsenal v Everton Premier League kick off time, TV channel, news

Arsenal have left themselves a daunting task if they are to secure Champions League football for next season ahead of a busy final day in the Premier League.

The Gunners looked on course to finish in the top four, but back-to-back defeats to north London rivals Tottenham and dynamic Newcastle left their dreams in tatters.

Anything less than a win over an Everton side that have already guaranteed their survival will condemn Mikel Arteta’s men to fifth place and Tottenham secure a place in the top four. If Spurs win, they qualify regardless of Arsenal’s result and a Spurs draw would see Arsenal beat Everton by 15 goals.

However, the hosts will not be easily dislodged. They remain locked in a battle for survival and know that anything less than a victory would leave their fate in the hands of others.

Boss Frank Lampard will be happy to see the return of the 2021/22 season and will be desperate to begin preparations for a new Premier League campaign with Everton.

RadioTimes.com has gathered everything you need to know about how to watch Arsenal v Everton on TV and online.

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When is Arsenal-Everton?

Arsenal v Everton will take place on Sunday May 22, 2022.

Check our guide to live football on TV for the latest times and information.

What time is kick-off?

Arsenal-Everton will start at 4pm.

All 10 Premier League games will kick off at the same time this Sunday with plenty of scores to settle. The biggest focus will be on Man City v Aston Villa and Liverpool v Wolves with the first flight title hanging in the balance.

What TV channel is Arsenal v Everton on?

Unfortunately, this match has not been selected to be shown in the UK as not all matches will be shown live on TV now that fans are allowed into stadiums.

You can follow the latest match highlights during Match of the Day every Saturday night and Match of Day 2 on Sundays.

How to stream Arsenal vs Everton live online

Likewise, this game will not be streamed on any live streaming platform in the UK.

Check out Match of the Day and Match of Day 2 on iPlayer plus official team YouTube channels after the matches for all the highlights.

Arsenal-Everton team news

Arsenal predicted XI: Ramsdale; Soares, Holding, Gabriel, Tavares; Lokonga, Xhaka; Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli; Lacazette

Everton predicted XI: Pickford; Holgate, Keane, Godfrey; Iwobi, Doucouré, Alli, Mykolenko; Gray, Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison

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Arsenal v Everton odds

In working partnership with the Radio schedules, bet365 provided the following betting odds for this event:

bet365 odds: Arsenal (11/20) To design (10/3) Everton (5/1)*

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Our prediction: Arsenal v Everton

The manner in which the North London derby defeat was particularly troubling from Arsenal’s perspective. Losing the game was a blow, but they sank with a groan.

That performance should have sparked a backlash against Newcastle, but that didn’t happen. They were second against the Magpies and if they don’t show a drastic increase in quality and desire here they could be beaten again.

Both sides have weapons capable of breaking through the other team’s defense. Pure work rate could see the Toffees score an extra point on the board.

Our prediction: Arsenal 2-2 Everton (16/1 to bet365)

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