Arsenal v Everton LIVE! Pre-season friendlies stream


Mikel Arteta’s Gunners kick off their tour of the United States with a friendly against Everton in Baltimore as both clubs look to show their mettle ahead of the new Premier League campaign – and put on a show for the locals.

A goal fest victory over Nuremberg kicked off Arsenal’s pre-season in style as Gabriel Jesus scored twice in a comeback victory. Fans at home and across the pond will be eager to see how the Brazilian fares alongside fellow new signings Fabio Vieira, Matt Turner and Marquinhos.

Tonight’s game is Everton’s first scoring game since they narrowly avoided relegation and entered an uncertain summer under Frank Lampard. Without Richarlison, the Toffees have so far only signed James Tarkowski from Burnley on a tight budget and low expectations for another potentially difficult season at Goodison Park. Follow all the action via Standard Sport’s live blog!

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Arsenal claim victory in Baltimore to kick off their tour of the United States and maintain a 100% pre-season record.

Recap the action with our match report.

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Full time!

Bit of a fight to finish here as Tarkowski upsets Pepe before throwing a heavy tackle on Lokonga to pick up a yellow card – and voila!


90 minutes: Gordon throws the free kick into Lokonga in the wall and Arsenal fends off the second ball.

On the other side, Pepe shoots Crellin as three minutes pass on the board.


89 minutes: A comfortable spell on the ball for Arsenal ends with a soft play from Holding and Everton come on, winning a foul down the middle as Mari is booked for taking down Iwobi.


84 minutes: Bellerin on a curious run into the box and the Spaniard looks a bit confused as to what to do with it, after throwing a loose step.

Eventually he regroups into an Everton defender and concedes a foul.


80 minutes: Gbamin enters the book for taking down Nketiah, the ball in the box seeing Tarkowski calmly ignore Mari to let the ball go into touch.

Muted calls for sanctions fall on deaf ears.


77 minutes: Once again, Crellin had to get out of his line to deal with a capricious backpass from his defense.

Nketiah looks impatient and beats his man with a nice turn on his right foot, aiming 20 yards out and getting a solid block to clear the ball.


75 minutes: Fresh momentum for Arsenal now before Mari landed a hopeful long ball to the goalkeeper.

Elneny then almost finds Pepe with a nice through ball that knocks the Toffees stopper out to clear.


70 minutes: We’re going to start with a new group of Arsenal players on the pitch. Nelson, Mari and Walters are among them.


68 minutes: It’s time for the half-time water break and Arteta is straight in a group to give clear instructions.


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