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The second is they still look useless in front of goal. He picks up a clearance 30 yards from goal but with time on the ball he slices well wide.
A lack of concentration sees Saka give the ball away, but Calvert-Lewin can only fire straight at Bernd Leno. Arsenal should really be pressing for a fourth goal rather than sit on this, which is what they are doing right now.
Game has gone a bit dead. Andre Gomes is given a huge cheer from the away support on his return to injury for the first time in three months, as he comes on along with Bernard as Morgan Schneiderlin and Alex Iwobi make way.
Richarlison counters down the left but although he squares low for Dominic Calvert-Lewin, the striker cannot get a touch as the ball races clear.
He and David Luiz now need treatment though after tangling while trying to get on the end of that cross. The heads have dropped and they are not quite as keen to pressure Arsenal when they do have the ball.
Carlo Ancelotti has sent his subs to warm up and they include Andre Gomes. Still the Gunners press for a fourth having found the confidence to breach this Everton side at will.
The Toffees opened the scoring in the first half after 49 seconds but just 23 seconds into the second, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang heads home from a Nicolas Pepe cross.
Hard to know for sure if it was for their side somehow not winning at half-time or if it was for the referee not disallowing Everton's second goal - both seem harsh though.
Arsenal still have too much in attack I feel for Everton this afternoon but what a cracking 45 minutes that was. More please. I did mention how set-pieces were the only way back in for Everton but once again it's amateur hour at the back for the hosts.
The Gunners fail to clear a corner and as the ball is played back into the box, Yerry Mina's backwards header sees Richarlison get a toe to it, with the ball then somehow squirming past Bernd Leno and over the line.
Some of the goals Arsenal concede, truly laughable at times. Why didn't he start? Well he did play Thursday too so Mikel Arteta was perhaps hoping to give him a rest today.
At least for now he is proving he does not need one. Everton have never won at the Emirates Stadium and right now they are rolling over and having their bellies tickled.
They look scared to be even be out there right now. David Luiz plays an easy through ball for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who after running in on goal slots past a rather helpless Jordan Pickford.
Quite literally in Morgan Schneiderlin's case as he is cautioned for holding back on a Gunners' shirt.
Jordan Pickford coming off his line to clear in an unorthodox fashion. It's a skilled close range finish from the striker, but what a cross this is from Saka out on the left.
Never did you think he was in a position to be able to pick out a red shirt in the box as easy as he did there. Brilliant play. Eddie Nketiah fires over one end, Iwobi does likewise at the other.
I though Kolasinac had picked up head injury but it is in fact his arm he has injured following a battle for a header.
He gingerly walks off the pitch holding it, as he is replaced by Bukayo Saka. Expect around four additional minutes at least at the end of this half.
Simon Hooper, the fourth official, has been harangued twice over decisions that should have gone Everton's way - and given a death stare for good measure.
To the naked eye, Everton are playing a yard quicker than before. He looks like he will continue but the Gunners medical staff are taking their time carefully with this.
Pepe looks lively from a creative point of view as his corner kick is powerfully nodded over by Shkodran Mustafi. Richarlison's counter attack sees him find an unmarked Alex Iwobi out wide, but against his former side he can only fire off target across goal.
Hector Bellerin fires wastefully over the bar from the edge of the box following a Nicolas Pepe cut-back. They are though dominating play now as they look for an equaliser.
After just 49 seconds, David Luiz makes a total mess of a headed clearance following an Everton free-kick pumped into the box and it allows Dominic Calvert-Lewin to fire home acrobatically.
Updated of course following the earlier victories from Manchester Untied and Wolverhampton Wanderers. Wolves and Manchester United both walked away with comfortable wins against relegation-strugglers Norwich and Watford.
It was in the middle of their bleak mid-winter and I wrote how their aura had disappeared and the club that used to be known for setting standards had allowed those standards to slip.
I have watched Arsenal consistently since that day, so the final act of last Sunday's win over Newcastle struck a chord. The rookie Arteta is the youngest manager in the Premier League and Sunday faces the triple Champions League winner Ancelotti, who has spent two decades in charge of some of the world's biggest clubs.
The league affair at the Emirates is the last of three games being played today with Manchester United in action against Watford while Wolves take on Norwich.
There's only two points separating the Toffees and the Gunners while both remain in touching distance of Tottenham in fifth. Arsenal host Everton at the Emirates Stadium in Premier League action as the Gunners hope to protect their unbeaten start to to end the weekend's action.
Mikel Arteta's side have started to climb up the table in recent weeks and hope a home win over the Toffees can enable a late push towards the top four.
But the Merseyside outfit are also enjoying life under new management in Carlo Ancelotti and also have sights on Champions League qualification for next season.
Sportsmail's Dan Ripley will provide live Premier League coverage of Arsenal vs Everton including score, lineups and build-up. Argos AO.
Arsenal have got away with it today. Here is how the league table stands in the battle for fourth following Sunday's action. Sigurdsson's poor afternoon gets worse as he is booked for a poor foul.
Andre Gomes is back in action after three months injured for Everton. Aubameyang restored Arsenal's lead at the start of the second half.
From OptaJoe - Goals kick off starts to both halves for just third time. Boos from the home fans at the break. Everton were on the back foot, but grew back into the game as the second half wore on, and should have been back level through Calvert-Lewin, who was thwarted at point-blank range by Bernd Leno after being played just onside by Granit Xhaka.
The game arguably raised more questions than answers for both sides, with Everton nearly capitalising on sleepy Arsenal defence late on as Calvert-Lewin headed inches wide from a quickly-taken free-kick.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta : "The best thing is the spirit we showed, coming back from Europe, three games in seven days, conceding in the first minute, the way we reacted, the way we played for 60, 65 mins is exactly how I want from my team, and the resilience they showed when they were absolutely knackered, and they kept going and going and going.
This is exactly what I want. Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti : "The performance offensively was really good, a lot of opportunities, but defensively really poor, we conceded three goals, it is not acceptable to concede three goals like this, and normally you lose the game.
This is the reason. Graeme Souness had his say on Everton after the game, seeing big signs of progress despite the defeat They feel like a team who can score goals now.
I'm pleased for Everton because there is a lot of money been spent and they're going in the right direction. Nine games in, he has them organised and believing.
He's scored two really different goals. A good header - brave where he knows he could get hurt - and then a Thierry-esque finish when he's free. He's a top player.
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Arsenal Everton: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores twice in entertaining clash Arsenal leapfrog Everton into ninth and remain seven points off the top four.
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