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Prior to the international break, lost their first match, falling 3-2 to an in-form West Ham side, with goals from Angelo Ogbonna, Pablo Fornals, and Kurt Zouma cancelling out Trent Alexander Arnold’s sublime free kick and Divock Origi’s late revival attempt.

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appeared nervous in their match against a side determined to prove a point.

Bukayo Saka’s goal was disallowed after he was caught offside in the first seven minutes, and Ben Foster saved Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s penalty after former Spurs player Danny Rose collided with Alex Lacazette. Foster made a flurry of great saves, but was eventually beaten by a controversial goal by Arsenal’s Emile Smith Rowe, who is now a member of England’s national team.

Both Liverpool and Arsenal had players on international duty, with Mohamed Elneny and Mohamed Salah helping Egypt qualify for the World Cup, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe, and Aaron Ramsdale all starting in a 10-0 win over San Marino, and Kierney and Andy Robertson both playing for Scotland.

Arsenal are two points behind Liverpool in fifth place, and a win for the Gunners would put them ahead of the Reds and potentially draw them level on points with West Ham in third if the Hammers lose to Wolves at the Molineux.

Previous matches for Liverpool:

Liverpool had twenty-one shots compared to Arsenal’s four shots the last time the two clubs met. In the 25th minute, Alex Lacazette continued his excellent goal scoring record against Liverpool, but Sadio Mane equalised three minutes later. Andy Robertson scored six minutes later, and Diogo Jota scored in the 88th minute to put the game out of reach.

Liverpool vs Arsenal– Team News for  Arsenal

Thomas Partey, who returned from international duty with Ghana and is available for selection, should help Mikel Arteta.

Folarin Balogun, who scored for the England U21s earlier this week, is also available off the bench if needed.

Granit Xhaka is making good progress and could return soon, but he will miss Liverpool’s match this weekend, as will Bosnian left back Sead Kolasinac, who was taken off on a stretcher after a horrific red card tackle while on international duty.

Liverpool vs Arsenal– Team News for  Liverpool

Jordan Henderson faces a late test to determine whether he will be available for selection, adding to a team that has already struggled with injuries.

Despite Robertson being taken off with injuries during the week for Scotland, Klopp confirmed that Mane and Robertson would be available on Friday morning.

Harvey Elliott, Naby Keita, Curtis Jones, James Milner, Joe Gomez, and Roberto Firmino are all out with injuries for the Reds.

The Brazilians, on the other hand, will be back, and Alisson and Fabinho are expected to slot straight into the starting XI following some media speculation about their return to Brazil. As a result, Arsenal’s Gabriel Magalhaes has returned.

 

( Lineups ) :

Arsenal: Ramsdale, Tierney, Gabriel, White, Tomiyasu, Partey, Lokonga, Saka, Smith Rowe, Lacazette, Aubameyang

Liverpool: Alisson, Robertson, Matip, Van Dijk, Alexander-Arnold, Fabinho, Thiago, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jota, Mane, Salah

Liverpool v Arsenal: Head-to-head stats

Liverpool vs Arsenal
  • Liverpool have won their past five home matches against Arsenal, netting at least three goals in every win – they last had a longer home top-flight winning run against the Gunners between September 1981 and January 1988 (seven in a row).

  • Since Jurgen Klopp took charge of Liverpool, Arsenal have won just one of 11 Premier League games against the Reds (drawn three, lost seven), with the Gunners coming from 1-0 down to win 2-1 at Emirates Stadium in July 2020.

  • Liverpool’s defeat at West Ham last time out ended the Reds’ 20-game unbeaten run in the Premier League. Each of their past three defeats in the competition have been against London sides, with the Reds losing consecutively against Chelsea and Fulham before that 20-game run.

Arsenal v Liverpool Head-to-Head Record

Arsenal (105) Liverpool (106)
Results Total % Results Total %
Arsenal 46 48.3 Liverpool 57 60.42
Liverpool 23 24.15 Arsenal 26 27.56
Draws 36 37.8 Draws 23 24.15
Goals Total Av.pg Goals Total Av.pg
Arsenal 155 1.48 Liverpool 209 1.97
Liverpool 97 0.92 Arsenal 121 1.14

 

Season Date Home Score Away Competition
2019/2020 Sat 24 Aug Liverpool 3 – 1 Arsenal League
2018/2019 Sat 29 Dec Liverpool 5 – 1 Arsenal League
Sat 03 Nov Arsenal 1 – 1 Liverpool League
2017/2018 Fri 22 Dec Arsenal 3 – 3 Liverpool League
Sun 27 Aug Liverpool 4 – 0 Arsenal League
2016/2017 Sat 04 Mar Liverpool 0 – 0 Arsenal League
Sun 14 Aug Arsenal 3 – 4 Liverpool League
Sat 13 Aug Arsenal 0 – 0 Liverpool League
2015/2016 Wed 13 Jan Liverpool 3 – 3 Arsenal League
Mon 24 Aug Arsenal 0 – 0 Liverpool League

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Liverpool 2 : 1 Arsenal 

How to Watch Liverpool vs Arsenal 

The match will take place at Anfield on Saturday evening at 5:30 p.m. UK time, and will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League. Customers with Sky can also watch the game live on the Sky Go App. If you are unable to do so, you can also follow Arsenal Ejes Gist Sport and Liverpool Ejes Gist Sport for a warm-up and post-match analysis.

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