Phil Jagielka’s goal secured Everton’s third consecutive win and dented Arsenal’s hopes of Champions League qualification.
Arsenal’s home record in 2019 is flawless, as, since the turn of the year, they have played seven games at home and have won each one of them. Should we consider only home results, then Arsenal would be in the thrid place.
However, considering only away results, Arsenal would be in the 10th place. Defeat to Everton was the Gunners’ sixth defeat away from home in the Premier League. Unai Emery’s side have the worst away record of any of the teams with top four ambitions. Arsenal have taken just 19 points all campaign on their away games.
Arsenal have played 15 games away, have won five of them, have defeated in six games and only four matches ended with a draw. Moreover, the most woeful fact is that the Gunners are the only side to not keep an away clean sheet in the Premier League this season.
With 53 points in the Premier League, Arsenal are now sitting in the fourth place. However, considering those statistics their hopes of a top-four finish are fading.
Emery’s side have six games remaining in the Premier League and four of them are away games.