Arsenal welcomes Liverpool for a Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon (4:30 pm, UK time).
The Gunners lead the division with 21 points, last time out Mikel Arteta’s men extended their home winning streak to seven games after running out 3-1 winners at home against Tottenham Hotspur.
As for the Reds, they played out a 3-3 draw against Brighton & Hove Albion at Anfield to extend their unbeaten run to four games (two wins and two draws), leaving them in ninth place on 10 points.
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Where to watch Arsenal vs Liverpool on TV:
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Arsenal vs Liverpool betting tips from Squawka Bet
- Arsenal to score first @ 10/11 with Hollywoodbets
- Roberto Firmino to score anytime @ 9/5 with The Pools
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Arsenal head into this latest matchday having won just one of their last 14 league matches against Liverpool, a 2-1 home win back in July 2020. They’ve lost their last four in a row but have never lost five league games in a row against Liverpool. Summer recruit Gabriel Jesus has been involved in six goals in his eight Premier League games against Liverpool (four goals and two assists), with all four of his goals against them coming in home games. Granit Xhaka, meanwhile, has two goals and three assists in eight Premier League games this season – only in 2018/19 (4) has the Swiss midfielder netted more goals in a single campaign for the Gunners, while only in 2017/18 has he provided more assists (7).
Liverpool has won their last two away league games against Arsenal, as many as in their previous 20 visits. They’ve never won three consecutive away league matches against the Gunners. Diogo Jota has six goals across eight Premier League appearances against Arsenal, including five in four for the Reds. He is averaging a goal every 67 minutes against the Gunners, the best ratio of any player in competition history against Arsenal to play at least 200 minutes against them. His teammate Roberto Firmino has also scored more Premier League goals against Arsenal (9) than he has versus any other opponent.
Scoreline prediction: Arsenal 2-2 Liverpool
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