New Everton manager Sean Dyche will be looking to secure his first win in charge of the Blues when they welcome Arsenal to Goodison Park.
It is Dyche's first game in the Goodison hot seat after he was appointed as manager on Monday afternoon - a week after Frank Lampard was sacked due to a poor run of form.
A win for Everton could momentarily move them out of the Premier League's relegation zone, but a win for the Gunners will take them eight points clear at the top of the table.
Ahead of the showdown, we have rounded up all the details you need to know in relation to Everton vs Arsenal.
What time does Everton vs Arsenal kick-off?
Everton will welcome Arsenal to Goodison Park at 12:30pm on Saturday afternoon. It's bound to be a lively afternoon at Goodison with protests planned aimed at the club's board and then Sean Dyche taking his first match in charge of the Toffees.
Dyche was announced as manager one week after Frank Lampard was relieved of his duties and will hope to keep the Toffees in the Premier League.
Is Everton vs Arsenal match on TV?
Yes. The match will be shown live on BT Sport 1 and streamed live on BT Sport Ultimate. Coverage from Goodison will begin at 11:30am - one hour before kick off.
How else can I follow Everton vs Arsenal?
We will be providing live coverage on proceedings from Goodison courtesy of our Blues reporters, Joe Thomas and Chris Beesley. Our live match blog will be up and running at the top of the Everton section on our website from 10am onwards as we keep you up to date on team news, with in-game updates and post-match analysis to follow.
We'll have full coverage of any protests, plus Chris' player ratings, analysis and Joe's match verdict.
Where can I watch Everton vs Arsenal highlights?
Sky Sports will be showing highlights of all the day's Premier League action on their YouTube channel immediately after the 3pm matches have finished. Alternatively, tune in to Match of the Day on BBC One from 10:30pm on Saturday evening.
There will also be highlights available on YouTube.
Early team news
Andros Townsend, Nathan Patterson and James Garner are all set to miss out for Everton, with Ben Godfrey and Michael Keane doubts.
Arsenal signed Jorginho from Chelsea on deadline day and the Italian could make his debut against Everton, with Thomas Partey doubtful after injuring his ribs.
Mohamed Elneny, Emile Smith Rowe, Reiss Nelson and Gabriel Jesus remain unavailable for the Gunners.
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