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Manager Arsene Wenger hopes watching a painful rerun of Arsenal's dismal home Champions League defeat by Monaco can quickly get the players back in form.

The Gunners have come under fire once again for failing to produce the required performance with an abject European display to lose the first leg 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night, a result which leaves them on the brink of elimination ahead of the quarter-final stages once again.

Wenger maintains he is not immune to criticism, but is...

 By PA Sport

Everton's Roberto Martinez doubts psychological setback for Arsenal

The ESPN FC panel discuss the necessary elements to a potential Arsenal victory over Everton.
ESPN FC analysts Janusz Michallik and Steve Nicol predict the outcome of Sunday's three biggest matches.
Everton striker Steven Naismith reacts after his side's 3-1 triumph over Young Boys on Thursday puts them in the last 16 of the Europa League.

Everton boss Roberto Martinez has no doubt his side will face an Arsenal outfit who are mentally prepared despite the hefty blow the Londoners suffered in the Champions League earlier this week.

The Gunners' chances of progressing to the quarterfinals of the continental competition look slim after they were beaten 3-1 at home by Monaco in their round of 16 first leg on Wednesday.

It left Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hitting out at the "weak mentality" of his team, and on Friday the Frenchman admitted...

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Steven Naismith happy with his Everton progress, team needs work

The ESPN FC panel discuss the necessary elements to a potential Arsenal victory over Everton.

Steven Naismith feels 2014-15 is proving his best season with Everton on an individual level, although he admits he is far from happy about the club's current predicament in the Premier League.

The forward is getting plenty of playing time for the Toffees this term with 20 league starts, seven more than his total of 13 from each of the previous two seasons following his arrival from Rangers in 2012.

Emerging as an established key figure, the 28-year-old has started 26 games in all competitions for...