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FULL-TIME: EVERTON 0-0 ARSENAL
There's a clash of heads as a cross comes into the Arsenal box and Chambers comes off worse, although Richarlison is down too and play is temporarily halted. It looks as though they will be okay.
Willock slides in to win the ball late and tries to pull out, but Sidibe goes down and the Arsenal midfielder is booked.
Chambers slides in late on Holgate and picks up a yellow card, giving away a free-kick in a dangerous position.
Arsenal look nervy at the back as Everton press them. The Gunners clearly aren't comfortable playing out under pressure.
Lacazette thinks he's been played into space behind the back four but the flag goes up against him for offside.
Martinelli cuts in from the left and takes on an ambitious effort from outside the box, but it sails well over the bar.
Tosun, who was brought on as an early substitute in the first half, is replaced by Kean up front and goes straight down the tunnel. The striker does not look happy.
Ljungberg makes a bold substitution, bringing Aubameyang off and replacing him with Lacazette.
Sigurdsson now goes into the book for a clumsy foul on Saka as the teenager looked to burst past him with pace.
Central midfielder Delph goes off for an extra centre-half in Keane, pushing Holgate forward to play alongside Davies.
Smith Rowe goes off for fellow academy graduate Willock as the most advanced midfielder in Ljungberg's first change.
A lovely switch from Holgate finds Calvert-Lewin at the back post, and he wins a corner as he fires the ball off Martinelli. One of the few moments of quality in the game.
Pickford has looked shaky on the rare occasions he's been called upon. His save from Aubameyang's first shot was awkward and he's spilled a couple of crosses before gathering at the second attempt.
Arsenal have a corner after some more positive play down the left to release Martinelli, but the Brazilian's cross is a little soft and is turned behind for a corner.
Saka, Smith Rowe and Torreira are all lucky to get away without a retrospective yellow card as they lunge in and miss Sidibe with reckless challenges as Everton build an attack.
Nelson takes Arsenal's first corner of the game, but it's well-defended and cleared away at the near post.
We're back under way for the second half!
Plenty of room for improvement from both teams in the second half. Arsenal in particular struggled to create anything and there were far too many errors from both sets of players. Arteta and Ancelotti will not be enjoying what they are seeing from the stands.
HALF-TIME: EVERTON 0-0 ARSENAL
Davies is now booked for a foul on Torreira in the build-up to Martinelli's chance.
There have still been no shots on target from either side and no shots for Arsenal at all as half-time approaches.
Both sides are trying to play out from the back, but Arsenal in particular have been sloppy with their passing and both have looked devoid of ideas after crossing the halfway line.
Everton work the ball around in their own half for a couple of minutes before trying to advance it down the left, but the ball goes out of play. That has happened far too often today.
Digne appears to have a bloodied nose, but the referee has yet to notice the left-back's injury and play continues.
Davies gives the ball away cheaply but it's won back by Digne and Everton sweep forward in attack, with Sidibe switching the ball to Tosun on the left side of the box, but Leno is there to catch as he tries to turn the ball back across goal.
The game has been littered with errors in possession and clumsy fouls from both sides so far. Both Arteta and Ancelotti have a lot of work to do on their respective sides.
Mina tries to fire one at goal from inside the box but sees it charged down having stayed up in the box following a set-piece.
Saka picks up the first yellow card of the day for dissent after a free-kick is awarded Everton's way following a foul from Xhaka.
Everton break quickly after defending an Arsenal free-kick well and Nelson does brilliantly to sprint back and deny Delph. However, Leno comes out and makes a hash of clearing his lines, very nearly getting caught in possession.
Arsenal's build-up play has been very slow and laboured. They need to up the pace and get their ball into the forward players quicker if they are to cause Everton problems.
Arsenal have yet to create anything clear-cut and Everton have looked far more dangerous so far, winning free-kicks in dangerous positions high up the field.
Arsenal players are furious with the way Richarlison went to ground under minimal contact on the edge of the box, but he's awarded a free-kick in a dangerous position for Everton.
Martinelli is now down holding his ankle after a challenge from Sidibe and is being treated. He looks to be in real discomfort.
Iwobi, having gone down holding his hamstring, is forced off and will be replaced by Tosun, who goes up front alongside Calvert-Lewin, meaning Richarlison goes out wide.
Digne's second corner is no better than his first, fired straight at Torreira once again. His delivery has been nowhere near his usual standard so far.
Everton have negotiated the Arsenal press well so far and are working the ball forward quickly in transition.
Nelson drives into the box with intent and almost works an angle on the right after dancing past a couple of defenders, but his attempt to fire in a cross is blocked away.
Digne takes the first corner of the game but miscues it and it's straight to Torreira at the near post, who punts it clear.
We're under way at Goodison Park!
Everton and Arsenal have both recently announced the appointments of permanent bosses Carlo Ancelotti and Mikel Arteta, respectively, making this the last game in charge for Duncan Ferguson and Freddie Ljungberg.
Everton XI (4-4-2): Jordan Pickford; Djibril Sidibe, Mason Holgate, Yerry Mina, Lucas Digne; Alex Iwobi, Tom Davies, Fabian Delph, Gylfi Sigurdsson; Richarlison, Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Arsenal substitutes: Emiliano Martinez, Konstantinos Mavropanos, Alexandre Lacazette, Nicolas Pepe, Shkodran Mustafi, Matteo Guendouzi, Joseph Willock.
Arsenal XI (4-2-3-1): Bernd Leno; Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Calum Chambers, David Luiz, Bukayo Saka; Lucas Torreira, Granit Xhaka; Reiss Nelson, Emile Smith Rowe, Gabriel Martinelli; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.