Liverpool Vs Arsenal: Match Preview And Injury News

Liverpool Vs Arsenal: Match Preview And Injury News

Arsenal will be looking to maintain their position at the summit of the Premier League on Sunday, April 9 – but they’ll have to beat Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool at Anfield to do so. They have already done it once this season – can they do it again?

Arsenal are set to be without four players for the game against the Reds – some of them being key members of the squad. William Saliba, Eddie Nketiah, Mohamed Elneny and Takehiro Tomiyasu will all miss out on Sunday’s game.


In their previous Premier League match, Arsenal beat a poor Leeds United outfit on April Fool’s Day by a score of 4-1. The Gunners’ goals were scored by Gabriel Jesus (his first since October), Ben White and Granit Xhaka as the Whites were virtually powerless to resist.

Liverpool, meanwhile, were thrashed in their last game by Manchester City. Despite taking the lead early on thanks to a strike from Mohamed Salah, City fought back ferociously as the Reds failed to contain their attacks. They cut through Liverpool’s midfield time and time again, as the scores ended at 4-1.

The last time the two teams faced off in the Premier League, it was a real thriller. However, Arsenal took all three points – they opened the scoring very early on through Gabriel Martinelli, before Darwin Nunez equalised later in the first half.

Nevertheless, Arsenal retook the lead thanks to a brace from Bukayo Saka – Roberto Firmino scored Liverpool’s second goal, but they could not find a third – the scores ended at 3-2.
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