No action will be taken over a half-time clash between Everton's Kevin Mirallas and Arsenal's Jack Wilshere, the Football Association has announced.Television pictures showed Wilshere reacting furiously to Mirallas after the Belgian appeared to spray the midfielder with his water bottle as the players made their way down the tunnel.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger lamented the lack of a red card for Darron Gibson in his side's 0-0 draw with Everton.The midfielder was spared being sent off after a cynical challenge on Theo Walcott as the Toffees frustrated the Gunners at the Emirates Stadium for a result that did few favours for either team's Champions League hopes.
Arsenal and Everton both missed the chance to significantly boost their Champions League prospects after a 0-0 draw at Emirates Stadium.The Gunners remain in third place on the Premier League table, two points ahead of Chelsea albeit having played two games more, while David Moyes' side lie a further two points adrift.
Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna believes beating Everton would be a 'massive step forward' in the push for a top-four spot.The Gunners are third in the Premier League, three places ahead of Everton, and Sagna thinks the club need to continue to play 'the Arsenal way' following their dramatic 3-1 win over Norwich on Saturday.
David Moyes believes Everton must show they are serious top-four contenders by winning at Arsenal for the first time during his time in charge.Moyes' side only sit four points off the third-placed Gunners after a fine run of four wins from their last five fixtures in the Premier League.
Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen is targeting three points in his side's vital Premier League game against sixth-placed Everton.The 27-year-old urged his team-mates to fight to the end as the season draws to a close, with the Gunners occupying third position while Everton look to keep their top-four ambition alive.
Arsene Wenger admits goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski is a 'major doubt' for Tuesday's Premier League match at home to Everton.The Arsenal manager revealed on Monday that the Polish international picked up a rib injury in the north London side's 3-1 win over Norwich on Saturday.
The fight for Champions League qualification is set to intensify when Arsenal host rivals Everton at Emirates Stadium on Tuesday.Arsenal moved into the third and final automatic qualification spot, four points ahead of sixth-placed Everton, after they scored three goals in the final five minutes to stun Norwich 3-1 on Saturday.
Everton's Slyvain Distin says the outcome of Tuesday's encounter with Arsenal will not prove decisive in the race for a Champions League berth.Everton travel to north London just three points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, although having played a game more, following a run of four wins in their last five Premier League matches.
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