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The race to finish in the top three is set to take a dramatic turn this weekend, when Liverpool will play host to Arsenal in the Premier League. The match will be played in the Anfield Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Both the sides are coming in this fixture on the back of a rocky form, but the case for the Reds has been far more serious. From the second position, the hosts have dropped down to the fifth after losing to the likes of Hull City, Swansea City and Leicester City. This is particularly surprising, given that Liverpool have a mighty team.
Considering Arsenals' form, they are on the fourth place, leading Liverpool by just a point. In their last five league games, they have lost only twice - losses which came against Chelsea and Burnley. Despite having a winning result on other occasions, the fourth place jinx doesn't seem to evade Arsene Wenger and his men.
Liverpool have got a good record at home, namely going undefeated in 19 of the last 20 matches there. On the other hand, Arsenal have scored a minimum of two goals against Liverpool in five of their last six meetings. The first leg of this fixture ended in a 4-3 win for the Reds. It'll be exciting to see if the Gunners will avenge their loss or end up losing again.
Arsenal travel to Liverpool to take the Reds on at Anfield on Wednesday night, January 13. The game is scheduled to kick off at 20:00 hours GMT.
Liverpool host Arsenal in what promises to be a very tricky fixture for the home side, Liverpool. They have a depleted squad as a result of a lot of injury concerns which could see them make a ton of changes for this all-important Premier League Game. Liverpool have over 10 first team players out due to injury. Jurgen Klopp needs to ensure that the Liverpool squad has a good mix of youth and quality given that the Arsenal team has been playing exceptional football over the recent past.
Arsneal will have to come out all guns blazing given that a victory will see them stay at the top of the premier league for another week. They will be without Alexis Sanchez, but the rest of the squad is playing brilliant football. Arsene Wenger and his team will be looking to come out with the win banking on the lack of experience that Liverpool will have due to their squad selection.
They were given a run for their money earlier in the season at the Emirates, this game however seems to be one which the away team should easily win given the situation.
This is definitely the biggest game of the weekend. Shaky Liverpool will welcome the not so impressive Arsenal at Anfield. The game is secluded to be played on December 21, 2014 at 16:00 hours BST.
Liverpool won the midweek Carling Cup clash to book a place in the last four of the competition. They will be hoping to take that confidence into this game which has dire consequences for both clubs. A loss in this game for Liverpool could see them fall lower down in the table. Brendan Rodgers has to play all his creative midfielder Adam Lallana, Philippe Coutinho, Lazar Markovic with the Mario Balotelli replacing Rickie Lambert upfront. They have to take the game to Arsenal and come out with a win.
Arsenal who are two points off fourth will be hoping to win this game and push to enter the top four as soon as possible. Mesut Ozil is recovering quicker than expected but will not feature in this game. Danny Welbeck and Olivier Giroud will be looking to continue their partnership upfront. Santi Cazorla has been in fine form for the Gunners, and he has linked with Alexis Sanchez very well.
This game promises to be a thriller, and contrary to the belief many, Liverpool could come out with a much needed win.
After regaining the lead in the last round of fixtures, Arsenal will look to stay top when they travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool this weekend. Watch the best streams from Liverpool vs Arsenal on your computer by joining Free-football.tv today.
The Gunners beat Crystal Palace last weekend and returned to the top of the table as Manchester City lost 1-0 at home to Chelsea. Both of Arsenal’s goals came from the boot of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who netted his first league goals for the North London side since December 2012.
Liverpool were expected to ease past struggling West Bromwich Albion, but instead had to settle for a point. Luis Suarez set up Daniel Sturridge for the opener, but a terrible defensive error from Kolo Toure allowed Albion to draw level in the second half. Toure simply passed the ball just outside the box, unaware of the lurking Victor Anichebe, who intercepted and made no mistake with the finish.
The game is a crucial one for both sides- Liverpool are already eight points behind Arsenal and a loss here would as good as extinguish their slim title chances. Sign up today with Free-football.tv and watch Liverpool vs Arsenal on your computer.
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