Everton v Arsenal: The Brief

Following the departure of Pedro Martinez Losa earlier in the week, we’ll go into our match against Everton under the interim management of Ismael Garcia.

We were 7-0 winners in our last game in the Continental Cup against London Bees, and are searching for our second victory of the league campaign.


Everton have endured a tough start to the season and are yet to pick up a win in the league after three games.

In their previous fixture in the Continental Cup, they saw off Doncaster Belles 3-0.

On-loan Gunner Chloe Kelly opened the scoring after just six minutes and an own goal from Leandra Little doubled their lead before half-time. Martha Munsterman rounded off the scoring late on.


Jordan Nobbs and Lisa Evans

Lisa Evans joined the club in the summer from Bayern Munich

After bagging her second goal for the club since joining us this summer, Lisa Evans will be keen to further her case for a starting place this weekend.

The Scotland international netted in our first game of the season as we beat Birmingham City, and also scored against the Bees last time out.

The winger joined us in June from Bayern Munich, where she picked up a Bundesliga title.


We were 3-1 winners at home to the Toffees, thanks to an own goal from Rachel Brown-FInnis and second-half strikes from Dan Carter and Jordan Nobbs.

The visitors opened the scoring after just 11 minutes with a goal from Nikita Parris, before Brown-Finnis put the ball into her own net moments before the break. Following the interval, Carter and Nobbs struck to seal the comeback.

To read our match report from the game, click here.


We’ll be providing live updates on our Twitter account - @ArsenalWFC. The game will also be streamed live on the WSL’s Facebook page.

Kick-off is at 2pm (UK time)

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