Another Liverpool man bullish about Arsenal visit

Alisson Becker has backed Liverpool to outperform Arsenal when both sides meet in the Premier League on Monday evening.

The Brazilian goalkeeper is one of the players whose signing turned Liverpool into a Champions League and Premier League winning side.

He was also part of the team that has lost twice to Arsenal in successive head to head games, but he is more confident this time.

Liverpool struggled during the Premier League restart even though they were just two wins away from winning the title before the competition was suspended in March.

The Reds have made a fine start to this season and Alisson believes that their level of performance dropped during Project Restart and that it has gone up again, as shown in their last league game against Chelsea.

Ahead of facing Arsenal next week, he told Sky Sports of the Gunners:

‘You can see they are playing together, really well organised in the defensive phase and they have fantastic strikers with really good quality.

‘But also, I believe now with more games played, our team will do better against them.’

Arteta seems to have found the formula to beat the Premier League’s top sides and another win here will give the Gunners so much confidence for the rest of the season.

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  1. Laddy, do not get carried away by that Chelsea win, defensively chelsea are a mess right now, and your second goal against them came through a defensive blunder, The Arsenal defense would not be so kind.

  2. There is no reason why Arsenal cant win at Liverpool.All records are meant to be broken,sooner or later.Why not Arsenal to break it?
    After watching the Brighton game,I feel the seagulls shd have had a penalty. I have seen similar such incidents with the ref immediately,repeat immediately,pointing to the spot.
    The ref head shd analyse the incident and if it is proven the ref has made a blunder,the latter shd be demoted asap. Too many of these guys are getting away with blatant errors

  3. I’d be happy with a draw away at Anfield but I agree with a comment above records are there to be broken and why not do it tonight as we are making nice forward strides in terms of progress on the pitch.

    Let’s make it 3 in a row since the restart v the Champs. If we lose we lose but lose with pride and leave everything on the pitch.

    With no fand either I think gives us abit if an advantage but we will see. Cmon you Gunners

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