Arsenal football club would be returning to football action tomorrow, after a disappointing 1-1 draw to Fulham at the Emirates last Sunday with their key players missing several key chances in the game. This disappointment led the gunners to a tough training session in preparation for a tough opponent in Everton, who beat them 2-1 last time at the Goodison park.
It was a big session for the gunners, as the likes of Folarin Balogun, Bukayo Saka, Smith Rowe and Thomas Partey were present, while injured Martin Odegaard and David Luiz returned for light warm-ups in their journey to return back to full fitness. Club captain and second vice Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Alex Lacazette were both absent, hinting at the fact that they are yet to recover from their illness (Aubameyang) and hamstring injury in relation to Alex Lacazette.
Mikel Arteta would be relying fully on his youthful players to do the number against Everton tomorrow, a tactics of a full high press which would help them win the ball from the midfield and back line of Everton and instigating quick counter attacks.