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The final whistle blows and Everton are the deserved winners. An impressive success for the home side, who extend their winning run to six. Arsenal didn't perform to their best today and will need Everton to slip up somewhere along the line if they are to finish in the top four again.
A coming-together between Ross Barkley and Mikel Arteta after the ball is cleared results in a yellow card for the Arsenal man. That looked harsh as Barkley cleared shoved the former Toffee to the ground. Perhaps it was his complaints that upset the referee so much, but Barkley lucky whatever.
Lukaku coming off for Everton's final change. On-loan Barcelona players Gerard Deulofeu comes on on his place.
A second change for Everton now sees Steven Naismith brought off for Aiden McGeady.
Giroud is taken off for Yaya Sanogo.
A double change for Arsenal, with Podolski and Flamini off for Aaron Ramsey and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlin.
GOAL! (Arteta og) Poor from Sagna, who loses the ball just over halfway and Mirallas breaks at speed. He slips the ball through to Naismith, who is almost fouled trying to go around Szczesny and the ball pops back into the path of Mirallas. Arteta possibly with the final touch into his own net.
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Half-time at Goodison and the home side lead 2-0. In terms of desire, there's only one team in this, which is just remarkable. Arsene Wenger, yet to finish lower than fourth in the Premier League during his time as Arsenal boss, has a big half-time team talk on his hands as his players simply do not look up for the fight. Lukaku and Baines outstanding so far.
The second name into the book is Flamini, who fouls Naismith in the Everton half. That's 10 bookings for the season and a two-match ban,
GOAL! (Lukaku) Far, far too easy. Naismith feeds Mirallas, who slips a ball through to Lukaku. He simply runs at the Arsenal defence, cuts inside and shoots low past Szczesny for 2-0.
GOAL! (Naismith) Leighton Baines sends a great low ball over to Lukaku, whose shot is saved by Szczesny, but man of the moment Steven Naismith is on hand to fire the rebound home from just inside the box.
Osman isn't fit to return to the pitch so Ross Barkley is on in his place. Martinez said pre-match he wasn't quite ready for 90 minutes, but he could get 80 now.
Leon Osman goes into a crunching tackle on Sagna and is the first man i in the book. He has also picked up a facial injury for his troubles and requires treatment.
Another Gunner, Tamim Hossain, says: 'I'm saying 2-1 to Arsenal with Giroud and Podolski, come on youu GUNNERS!!'
Thanks to Thomas Armitage for getting in touch ahead of the game, writing: 'I'm a 9 year old gunners fan and going with 3-1 to the Arsenal #COYG'
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Sky Bet make Everton marginal favourites at 7/5 to take the three points, with Arsenal 19/10 and the draw available at 5/2.
Andy, a Liverpool fan, emails: 'With all the excitement of the title race and the battle to avoid relegation let's not underestimate the magnitude of this game for that final champions league spot - Arsenal MUST avoid defeat to make them hot favourite for fourth place in my view, but I see them going down today.'
'This is Stewart MacLaren from a warm & windy Torrevieja in Spain saying that Everton will beat Arsenal 2-1 at Goodison Park this afternoon with good goals from Leighton Baines & Romelu Lukaku.'
Rich Gregory says: 'On form Everton's best team out today, Naismith has gone from being a running joke to one of our most effective attacking outlets. Huge game for the Blues, going for 3-1 Everton - Allez Allez Allez oh!!!'
Good to hear plenty of neutrals tuning in for this one - it certainly should be a cracker. One definite non-neutral is Lukas Ashby, who simply says: 'COME ON ARSENAAAAAL!!!!!!!!!! 0-4 I reckon!!
Regular contributor Chris Green also fancies a home win: 'Everton to win 2-0, with Naismith and Lukaku scoring the goals.'
Adam from Birmingham expects a trappy affair, emailing: 'As a neutral fan I think Everton might just knick this one. I think it will be a tight game with Everton winning by 1 goal. I can't see Arsenal winning at Goodison Park because Everton have been so strong all season. I think 1-0 with Lukaku getting the winner. Love to see Everton get top four so come on you blues!'
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