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Watch live on Saturday Night Football from 5pm; kick-off 5. Team news Liverpool have no fresh injury concerns but Adrian is again likely to deputise for the injured Alisson.
Naby Keita remains unavailable as he continues his recovery from a muscle strain. Rob Holding knee has also started participating in full training.
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Arsenal are without a win in their last six visits to Anfield to play Liverpool in the Premier League W0 D2 L4 , conceding two or more goals in each match 22 in total.
No Premier League fixture has seen more goals than matches between Liverpool and Arsenal goals in 54 games. Liverpool have won 11 consecutive Premier League matches, equalling their best-ever winning streak in the competition, previously set between February and April under Brendan Rodgers.
Victory against Arsenal would see Liverpool equal their longest winning run in league competition 12 between April-October under Kenny Dalglish. Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino is one goal away from becoming the first Brazilian player to score 50 Premier League goals. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has faced Arsenal seven times without defeat in the Premier League W4 D3 - against no side has he faced more without losing in the English top flight 7 - level with Everton.
It's been a good start for Arsenal. They haven't played fabulously well but they got a dogged win at Newcastle and then beat Burnley, which was a bit of a grind.
But how are they going to defend against Liverpool? Arsenal have improved a bit defensively but it will take time.
David Luiz could make mistakes or he could have a man-of-the-match performance. Sokratis doesn't offer enough for me and they are still vulnerable in the full-back areas.
Liverpool are strong favourites for me, but there is some intrigue in seeing Arsenal try and take on Liverpool's defence at the moment, especially with Adrian in goal instead of Alisson.
I think Arsenal should play a back four with two protectors in front. They would give Arsenal energy and defensive qualities.
Then I would want Alexandre Lacazette through the middle and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Nicolas Pepe to provide pace on the counter and make things happen, with Dani Ceballos just behind them.
I think Unai Emery will go a bit more cautious and play Aubameyang with Lacazette on the bench, maybe along with Ceballos. If he does that then Liverpool will win.
Arsenal have to look at a way to get the first goal and try to hurt Liverpool and put them on the back foot. However, I have a feeling Emery might be a bit more negative. Also See:.