Liverpool vs Arsenal Live! The team’s latest news, lineups, forecasts, TV and Premier League match stream today

  Liverpool vs Arsenal Live!  The team's latest news, lineups, forecasts, TV and Premier League match stream today

Liverpool vs Arsenal Live!

The four remaining undefeated sides of the Premier League, tonight the Gunners are seeking to take a big statement of purpose at Anfield with him.

The confidence of back-to-back wins against Fulham and West Ham is in the mood for Mikel Arteta – who is still excited by his Community Shield win over the Premier League champions in August.

Mohamed Salah and Centuries Believers have launched a deadly campaign, although the Reds plan to take over from where they left off against Chelsea.


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Arsenal News

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The conversion of Mikel Arteta of Arkansas has faced its biggest test tonight as Gunners Anfield’s visit to Liverpool completes more than eight years without a win.

Arteta was last on the team when the North Londoners left Anfield with three points, and their innings against the big six sides outside the home has been a major obstacle to success in recent years.

The former Arsenal captain, however, has beaten Liverpool in his two matches as Gunners manager against the Raiders, winning the Premier League during a project restart and winning a penalty shootout at the Community Shield last month.

Arsenal seem to be closing the gap on Manchester City and Liverpool this season as Arsenal are stuck with a back shape this season.

With David Luiz back from a neck problem after winning the Midwick Carabao Cup Leicester, he will be hoping to be released on Monday, while Arteta will break an unbeaten record on Willian’s experience.

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Livingpool News

Liverpool team news

Liverpool will be without captain Jordan Henderson for tonight’s meeting with Arsenal.

The midfielder was pushed to the half-time of the Reds’ win over Chelsea last weekend after feeling a tightness in his thigh, which resulted in Thiago Alcantara making a bow from the bench.

And Klopp has revealed that when the Gunners visit Merseyside early next week, Henderson’s recovery isn’t moving fast enough to get them involved.

The same is true for Joel Matip, whose hamstring injury is likely to keep him out until after the next international break.

But there was better news at the back, with Joe Gomez and Billy Cometio both returning to training on Friday after a short take-after.

After Aith Gomez has just trained, Klopp may once again choose to use Fabinho as a temporary center-back.

However, reports suggest that Thiago could miss out on Monday with first-choice goalkeeper Allison, who may need Fibinoho to return to midfield.

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Date, time and place

Liverpool vs Arsenal is scheduled for Monday, September 28, at 8pm BST Kick-for-F.

The match will be played behind closed doors at Nfield, with fans not present due to coronavirus-related government guidelines.

How to watch

TV Channel: The match will be shown live on Sky Sports’ Premier League and major event channels, and is now available on TV

Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via Skygo and the Skygo app.

Forecast: Liverpool 2-1 Arsenal

Although Arsenal will enter a game full of confidence after a quick start to the season, it is difficult to look past Liverpool for a home win.

Liverpool proved pragmatic with their last regular win over Chelsea, with new sign Thiago immediately making an immediate entry into the Premier League’s new claim for the highest pass in a 45-minute performance.

Of course, Arsenal have beaten both Chelsea and Liverpool to claim the back-to-back trophy, but this is the first real test of their league campaign, and I expect the home side to come to the top.

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