On Wednesday night in the Premier League, Mikel Arteta’s team will host Everton at the Emirates Stadium with vengeance on their minds.

After defeating Leicester City 1-0 over the weekend, the Arsenal kept hold of first place, while the Toffees fell back into danger of being relegated after losing to Aston Villa 2-0.

Arsenal’s stronghold at the Emirates, though, has seen some of its walls come down recently as they have only won one of their past four Premier League home games and have only kept two clean sheets in their last 16 games on home soil.

Arteta’s current squad, however, could now become just the third Arsenal team to reach 60 points in their first 25 Premier League games with a win here – the 2003-04 Invincibles and 2007-08 team are the only previous ones to achieve that feat – and the new manager bounce seems to have thoroughly worn off for Everton.

Everton has never defeated a team at the top of the Premier League standings on the road, and their recent road form does not inspire confidence that such a scenario will occur on Wednesday. A new chapter in history must be written if the Toffees are to win all three points.

Although Dyche’s club has lost seven straight away Premier League games and has only scored one goal during that stretch, the Toffees defeated Arsenal 1-0 earlier in February, marking their fourth victory in five meetings with the vengeful Gunners.

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