Live streaming for the Premier League encounter between Arsenal and Liverpool.
Arsenal welcome Liverpool to Emirates Stadium having Drawn Last Meeting with 2-2 Scoreline, And hold slightly better Form in Last 6 Meetings, Winning 2, Drawn 3 and Lost 1 Meeting.
Last 6 League Games.
Arsenal Won 5 Games against Sunderland, Stoke, Swansea, Norwich and Crystal Palace, And have Drawn 1 Game against West Brom, Scoring 15 Goals, Whilst Conceeding 5 Goals.
Liverpool Won 3 Games against Sunderland, Crystsl Palace and West Brom, Having Drawn 2 Games against Swansea and Newcastle, And Lost 1 Game to Southampton, Scoring 14 Goals, Whilst Conceeding 8 Goals.
Although Last Meeting Resulted in entertaining Draw in january, Arsenal do hold slightly better Form in Last 6 Meetings, And with Arsenal also having Home advantage, I’m edged in favour of Arsenal Win or Draw, More so when comparing Form from Last 6 League Games, With Arsenal remaining unbeaten, Winning 2 more Games, Scoring 1 more Goal whilst also Conceeding 3 less Goals, Also worth noting is Both Teams Scored at least 2 Goals in 5 of those Last 6 League Games, Which edges me in favour of Both Teams Scoring at least 2 Goals each, But with Arsenal having Home Advantage, I’m siding with 3-2 Scoreline in favour of my beloved Arsenal.
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Where: Emirates Stadium, London
When: Saturday November 2nd, 2013 17:30
Watch Live: Click here to watch live with Sky
Predicted line ups:
Arsenal can welcome Mikel Arteta back into the fold as he returns from a one game suspension, but fellow midfielder Matthieu Flamini remains sidelined with a groin complain.
Meanwhile youngster Serge Gnabry will also miss out with an ankle injury.
Liverpool will be buoyed by the return of Philippe Coutinho, who is back in the squad after missing the past six weeks with a shoulder injury sustained in September. However, he will most likely only make the bench.
Left-back Jose Enrique has yet to recover from a minor knee problem and has not been included in the squad to travel.
It’s first vs third in what will surely be the Premier League game of choice this weekend.
Both sides have got off to flying starts to their domestic seasons and this game will be an excellent opportunity to build on that and put some distance between themselves and the sides in the vicinity.
Arsenal, though, will still be missing Matthieu Flamini, who has quickly become a key player since completing his return over the summer. His replacement, Mikel Arteta, will return after a one game ban but has not been at his absolute best so far this term and has lacked the pace of previous years.
The Gunners have faltered slightly recently, losing to both Chelsea and Borussia Dortmund in cup games, so they will be eager to bounce back quickly before they find themselves in a mini slump.
Liverpool will be able to capitalise on the somewhat frail confidence at the Emirates, though, as they carry the most quantifiable goal threat in the league with Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez.
The front pair have notched up ten goals in the five games they’ve started together and their almost telepathic understanding will prove to be a handful for the Arsenal back line.
Philippe Coutinho may also feature from the bench, thus improving the already impressive array of attacking talent the club have.
Both side’s have only lost once since March, but one of these two could see that record go out of the window, though on paper a draw seems like a fair result.