English Premier League: Everton edge Arsenal to stop Gunners from going third

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Arsenal have officially named their starting line-up and substitutes to lock horns with Marco Silva's Everton outfit at Goodison Park in a Premier League fixture this afternoon.

Arsenal failed to click into gear and their poor away form continued, leaving them fourth in the Premier League table as they seek Champions League qualification.

And Leno, 27, gave his reaction to the disappointing result after the game after the Gunners dropped crucial points in the top-four race. We played OK but we didn't have many chances to score.

"It wasn't difficult (to play with the change) because we're used to working hard in training altogether".

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Everton were the better team on the day and missed several chances to buttress their advantage, but came out on top and move to within a point of seventh.

A simple long throw caused the Gunners' rear-guard all kinds of problems in their own box, as they scrambled to clear before the ball fell at the feet of Jagielka, who had the easiest of tasks in effectively putting Arsenal to the sword.

Asked whether he would like to make his switch permanent, the 24-year-old said: "I don't know yet".

"Rob Holding I think is a very good player". Playing for the first time with the skipper has been good for me and he brings good experience for us me, Michael and Yerry Mina so we try to take all the experience he has.

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