Arsenal Vs Liverpool Live Stream. Liverpool's players head south for this game with some scathing criticism from manager Brendan Rodgers ringing in their ears after Sunday's FA Cup upset at Oldham. The team Rodgers sent on to the field at Boundary Park were, in his words, "too soft" in being dumped out of the Cup by League One opposition. Of course, Arsenal have had their own problems against lower league opponents this season, crashing out of the Capital One Cup to Bradford City of League Two, so they'll know just how embarrassed Liverpool are.
Arsenal Vs Liverpool Live. We've seen that neither of these two squads are at their best in a physical encounter, so it strikes me that both will relish the chance to play in an intense but more technical game like this. Arsenal's form in terms of results has been up and down lately with four straight wins followed by a draw, two defeats (albeit to Manchester City and Chelsea) and then a 5-1 thumping of West Ham last time out.
Watch Arsenal Vs Liverpool Live. A consistent level of performance has clearly been missing and I've found Arsene Wenger to be much more up front about it in recent post-match interviews than he might have been in the past.
Arsenal Vs Liverpool Live Stream. They've won 10 games so far in the league, which is the lowest at this stage of the season since Wenger took over in September 1996. The run of consecutive top-four finishes, currently standing at 15, is under threat.
Arsenal Vs Liverpool Live. Last Sunday aside, Liverpool seem to be moving in the right direction and will be delighted with the early impact Daniel Sturridge has made following his move from Chelsea in this transfer window. A goal tonight would see him become the first Liverpool player to score on each of his first three Premier league appearances for the club.
Watch Arsenal Vs Liverpool Live. The team have won six of the last nine in the league, but the FA Cup defeat was a nasty jolt at the start of a big week that includes this trip to the Emirates and a visit to champions Manchester City on Sunday. If the margin for error for the rest of the season is small for Arsenal as they chase fourth place, it's even smaller for Liverpool.
- Liverpool won at Arsenal for the first time in 11 and a half years in last season's corresponding fixture. Luis Suarez was among the goal scorers.
- It remains Liverpool's only victory in their last 11 league meetings against Arsenal (D6, L4).
- There have been more hat-tricks scored in this fixture than any other in Premier League history (five).
- This is the 214th meeting between these clubs in all competitions. Liverpool lead by 82 wins to Arsenal's 76.
- The Gunners have won 10 league matches, their fewest ever at this stage of a season since Arsene Wenger took charge in September 1996.
- They have 37 points from 23 matches, the same tally as at this stage of last season.
- Arsenal have yet to lose a league game in which they took the lead this season, winning seven times and drawing twice.
- Theo Walcott has already scored a career-high 17 goals for the season in all competitions, including a best-ever tally of 10 goals in the Premier League.
- Olivier Giroud has scored four goals in the club's last three league home matches. He has scored seven Premier League goals at the Emirates this season - more than any other Arsenal player.
- The Reds have won six of their last nine league matches, losing the other three.
- They have scored in each of their last 10 league fixtures - their best scoring run since an 18-match streak between January and May 2011.
- However, they have failed to win a league match this season in which they conceded the opening goal (D3, L5).
- Luis Suarez is the first Liverpool player to reach 20 goals in a season before the end of January since Michael Owen 11 years ago.
- Joe Allen could make his 150th career league appearance.
Source : bbc.co.uk