Back from the international break, Arsenal are on a trip to Merseyside, where they will face Everton on Sunday.
The Gunners hope to make up for their recent errors on Merseyside.
The hosts are one of five teams without a league win after four games, but they earned their first point of the season in their previous match against Sheffield United.
The Toffees’ Abdoulaye Doucouré scored in the first half, while Arnaut Danjuma equalised after Jordan Pickford’s own goal gave Sheffield the lead, and the game concluded in a 2-2 tie.
Mikel Arteta’s boys have started their league campaign unblemished, with three wins in four games. After losing to Fulham at home last month, they bounced back with an exhilarating 3-1 home triumph over Manchester United.
In all tournaments, the two teams have met 221 times, with their first official encounter taking place in 1905. The North London side have dominated the proceedings against the hosts, winning approximately half of the meetings (110). The hosts have 65 victories and 46 draws to their credit.
This season, the Toffees have struggled to get going, suffering three defeats in four games. They have suffered 1-0 defeats at home in their last two games and will try to open their scoring account in this match.