Jurgen Klopp could go without seven as Reds seek to return to winning streak against Gunners in Premier League clash

Liverpool will be keen to get back on their way to victory over their favorite opponents Arsenal when the Premier League returns this weekend.

Jurgen Klopp’s side will have a real point to prove at Anfield following their 3-2 loss to West Ham United just before the international break.

Mohamed Salah has been in electric form against Arsenal in recent history

The loss to East London saw the Reds drop to fourth in the Championship, just one spot above the visitors on Saturday.

Arsenal are one of the Premier League’s in form after a nine-game unbeaten streak, but their recent record at Anfield is miserable.

Liverpool v Arsenal: talkSPORT commentary

This Premier League clash will kick off at 5.30 p.m. on Saturday, November 20.

Full coverage of Anfield will be live exclusively on talkSPORT, with our pre-match prep starting at 5pm.

Dan Windle will be your presenter and comments will come from Sam Matterface and former England defender Micky Gray.

Liverpool have won their last five Premier League home games against Arsenal, scoring at least three goals in every win – Mohamed Salah scoring four in as many games against the Gunners.

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Jurgen Klopp's side have had a rough time against West Ham


Jurgen Klopp’s side have had a tough time against West Ham Liverpool against Arsenal: team news

Jurgen Klopp could do without seven first-team players for Arsenal’s visit this weekend.

Andy Robertson is a major doubt for Liverpool after being forced out of the way in Scotland’s clash with Denmark on Monday night.

Jordan Henderson and Sadio Mane have also received blows on international duty while Roberto Firmino is still weeks away from his return.

Harvey Elliott remains Liverpool’s only long-term absent, but this weekend could come too soon for James Milner and Naby Keita.

Arsenal are expected to do without Sead Kolasinac and Granit Xhaka for the trip to Anfield while Thomas Partey has also expressed doubts about his physical form.

The midfielder missed both matches for Ghana during the break after suffering a tight groin ahead of the 1-0 win over Watford.

Salah has scored four goals in four games against Arsenal at Anfield


Salah has scored four goals in four games against Arsenal at Anfield Liverpool against Arsenal: Match facts Liverpool have won their last five Premier League home games against Arsenal, scoring at least three goals in each victory – they have had a longer Top-of-the-ladder home victory over the Gunners between September 1981 and January 1988 (seven in a row). Since Jürgen Klopp took the lead from Liverpool, Arsenal have won just one of 11 Premier League games against the Reds (D3 L7), with the Gunners coming from 1- 0 down to win 2-1 at the Emirates. in July 2020. Liverpool’s loss to West Ham the last time ended the Reds’ 20-game unbeaten streak in the Premier League. Each of their last three losses in the competition has come against teams from London, with the Reds losing back to back to Chelsea and Fulham ahead of that 20-game streak. D2). The Gunners had one final unbeaten set in the competition between August and December 2018 (14 games under Unai Emery). Liverpool are unbeaten in nine Premier League home games (W5 D4), having lost six straight at Anfield before that. However, the Reds let a lead slip away to draw 2-2 in their last two home league games, dropping as many points from their winning positions in those games as they had in their previous 23 at Combined Anfield (4). Arsenal have kept six clean goals. in their last nine away Premier League games, including each of the last three in a row. The Gunners have not kept four consecutive white cages in the competition since May 2005. Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp has won 2.18 points per game in his 11 Premier League games against Arsenal (W7 D3 L1 – 24 pts), with only Roy Evans (2.30 – including a game as co-manager with Gérard Houllier) and Pep Guardiola (2.82) with on average a higher points per game ratio against the Gunners in the Premier League history among managers to take over more than 5 games against them.Mohamed Salah was directly involved in nine goals in nine Premier League games against Arsenal (7 goals, 2 assists), while at Anfield for Liverpool, he has scored four times and assisted two more in four league games against the Gunners. Roberto Firmino has scored more Premier League goals than the eight he has against Arsenal, although he hasn’t scored any of his last four against the Gunners. play as a striker in the Premier League In the league this season, Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has exerted more pressure than any other striker in the competition this season (374).

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