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  • Chris Sobey


Arsenal’s 14 match Premier League unbeaten run came to an end last night against Everton at Goodison Park and with it the chance to draw level with leaders Chelsea, who travel to the North East tonight to play Sunderland. The Gunners took the lead midway through the first half through Sanchez; Coleman netted the equalizer for the Toffees on the stroke of half-time and another defender Williams bagged the winner for Everton with four minutes remaining. The win lifted Everton up to seventh place a point behind Manchester United, who travel to London to face Crystal Palace tonight.

Last night’s other Premier League game between Bournemouth and Leicester at Dean Court went the way of Bournemouth who won 1-0 and the win lifted them in to the top-half of the table level on 21 points with Watford, who travel to the Etihad tonight to face Manchester City.

There are five other Premier League fixtures tonight including Chelsea against Sunderland tonight, which is a big game for both sides as Chelsea can go six points clear at the top if they win, while a win for Sunderland will lift them out of the relegation zone if Hull, Swansea and West Ham all lose against Spurs, West Brom and Burnley respectively. The one other game tonight is a mid-table clash between Stoke and Southampton at the Britannia stadium.

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