Ever since the Gunners moved into their new north London home in 2006 they have been unbeaten against the Toffees.
Moyes' side have left with just two points from six visits but the manager insists there is a simple explanation for that record.
"Arsenal are a really good team with really good players, that is the reason for it," he said. "They are a good side and always have been so we'll go there and try to pick a point up.
"We will go to Arsenal and try to win and get ourselves right in the mix.
"We have tended to do that this season but we've got a tough run-in and we could fade away and not having anything but at the moment we are in good shape."