Competition: Premier League Date: Tuesday 13th December 2016 Venue: Goodison Park Kick-Off: 19:45 GMT
Everton are without injured trio Muhamed Besic, Matthew Pennington and Yannick Bolasie but Arouna Kone may play a part, with the forward to be assessed.
Ronald Koeman could make changes though, with Ross Barkley and Aaron Lennon amongst those in-line for a recall.
Arsenal lost Shkodran Mustafi to injury at the weekend but Hector Bellerin is available and will start, with Gabriel Paulista likely to move into the centre as a result.
Alex Iwobi could start after scoring off the bench at the weekend.
Everton’s 3-2 defeat at the weekend to Watford means the Toffees have won none of their last five Premier League games and just one of their last ten, which doesn’t bode well ahead of the visit of an Arsenal side who are unbeaten since the opening day.
The Gunners are yet to lose away from home in the Premier League this season and have won in each of their last three visits to Goodison Park. Losing just twice in all competitions this season, the odds heavily favour Arsenal.
However, Arsenal have struggled to keep a clean-sheet recently and Everton will be boosted by Romelu Lukaku’s brace at the weekend. In the end though, Arsenal are still likely to take victory.
Stekelenburg, Coleman, Funes Mori, Williams, Baines, Barry, Gueye, Mirallas, Barkley, Lennon, Lukaku
Cech, Bellerin, Gabriel, Koscielny, Monreal, Xhaka, Coquelin, Walcott, Ozil, Iwobi, Alexis
Arsenal have lost just one of their last 20 matches against Everton in all competitions.
Everton are undefeated in their last ten home matches in the Premier League.
Arsenal have scored three or more goals in their last three Premier League matches.