Everton: Ross Barkley, Bryan Oviedo & Arouna Kone - Out
Arsenal: Kieran Gibbs, Serge Gnabry, Ryo Miyaichi, David Ospina & Theo Walcott - Out; Lukas Podolski, Mikel Arteta & Yaya Sanogo - Doubtful
Everton and Arsenal were separated by a few points and one position last season and that general has been the case when the two sides get together.
In the last six meetings, they have drawn three times, with Arsenal winning twice and Everton winning once.
This season, in their opening Premier League matches, Arsenal just about beat Crystal Palace after snatching a late winner. Though, Arsenal were lucky not to be defeated mid-week as they drew 0-0 in a very open match with Besiktas.
As for Everton they drew 2-2 with Leicester after taking the lead twice.
Overall, before teams have had very sloppy opening week's to the season and are struggling at the back. With the line-ups these sides are capable of putting out and with the philosophies of the respective manager's, goals will be plenty today.
Starting with Everton, their defensive centre in Jagielka and Distan are one year older and at times against Leicester City they were stretched and pulled apart.
Arsenal have worked hard to add pace to their attack and this could be the game Alexis Sanchez breaks his goalscoring duck for Arsenal.
With Mesut Ozil fresh from a World Cup rest, Sanchez has plenty ammunition to find the target against Everton.
However, the danger for Arsenal is that many members of their defence are injured. Furthermore, in the new 4-1-4-1 formation Arsenal are deploying, there is every risk Flamini, the sole defensive midfielder, could be swamped if he does not receive help from the forward players.
Against Besiktas, Arsenal were cut open on several occasions; many of them were due to a lack of protection, but worryingly, Calum Chambers made a mistake under no pressure and should have been punished by former Chelsea striker, Demba Ba.
Everton battered Arsenal 3-0 the last time the two teams played and with the Toffee's side largely the same, Martinez's men will fancy themselves to score a few against Arsenal.
Romelu Lukaku was the man of the match in the last match due to the way he targeted Arsenal's left back Monreal. With the Spaniard still displaying average form, the Belgian is more than capable of punishing any weaknesses.
Everton 2-2 Arsenal
*Alexis Sanchez to score
*Arsenal to score on the break
*Mesut Ozil to assist
*Mathieu Flamini to receive a yellow card
*Romelu Lukaku to score more than once
*Arsenal concede via a defensive mistake