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ARSENAL V EVERTON

Arsenal is not looking good this season, and it can be freely said that they are struggling with the results in the Emirates, and the team has not managed to win the previous 4 home games. Given that coach Mikael Arteta will not be able to count on Lacazette and Luiz, then Odegaard and Aubameyang are in question, it is difficult to expect the gunners to make a good result against Everton. On the other hand, Everton has also been facing poor form lately, and the team has tied six games without a win.

Interestingly, Everton has not beaten Arsenal in the Emirates since 1996, but now there is a good chance that the Toffees will finish this negative record on Friday. Everton is considered one of the better away teams this season. Both teams are eager to win this clash, so considering that I think both teams will find their way to the goal.

Prediction: Both teams to score

AUGSBURG V KOLN

Relegation candidates Koln certainly chose the right time to end their nine-match winless run, with a 2-1 win over second-placed RB Leipzig - pushing Bayern one step closer to a ninth successive Bundesliga title overnight. 

It was an unlikely source in versatile midfielder Jonas Hector who got their goals: a 15-minute second-half brace from central midfield, cancelling out Amadou Haidara's equaliser during a game they surrendered 72% possession and 25 shots over 90 minutes. 

The perfect counter-attacking display stinging Julian Nagelsmann's men, how much will the team be rotated for another must-win encounter here against an inconsistent Augsburg side? 

Interestingly, Augsburg has lost just once in 14 previous meetings (W7, D6) with Koln: this is usually a low-scoring affair settled by a goal or two. Three of their last four meetings have ended in 1-1 draws, so BTTS is my prediction here.

Prediction: Both teams to score

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