The stage is now set, a win or draw against Everton and Arsenañ will go back into third position in the Premier League. While our away form is questioned it should not be forgotten that we have a great record against the Toffees – but that does not mean that there are not significant dangers, there are….
Everton has had a couple of decent 2-0 wins against Chelsea and West Ham but we have also been in fine form and a good entertaining game beckons, however, we have to be on our toes and these are the four dangers I feel we should be aware of.
The Brazilian international has had a mixed season with Everton, he started the season off brilliantly and then went backwards, but he has started to get back to his best and he will have to be closely monitored throughout, he is more than capable of being a game changer.
Not the player he once was for sure but from the dead ball and on the edge of the area he can be lethal, this is one player we cannot afford to give space to near our 18-yard box.
The French defender has one of hell of an impressive delivery from the flanks, he has to be closed down or we will be inviting trouble.
Their fans can be passionate and if we do not quieten them down quickly they will get their voice up and it can make a difference – as they showed against both Chelsea and Liverpool.The last thing we need is to invite sustained pressure driven on by their supporters, they can be the genuine 12th man.