Liverpool looking to get back on track against Arsenal tomorrow

There is absolutely no doubt that Liverpool have a fantastic record against Arsenal, having only lost one game to the Gunners in the last 8 years.

So no matter how confident Arsenal are feeling right now there is always going to be the nagging memory that we always find it difficult to beat Jurgen Klopp’s side.

Also, Liverpool know the record too, and after an awful start to the season, they may well feel that theis is the big chance to get their season back on track and give the League leaders a wake-up call as well.

The Reds midfielder Fabinho obviously thinks that Liverpool have a very good chance, as he told the Liverpool website: ““[The] Emirates is a nice place to play and Arsenal, of course, are in a really good moment right now, playing really well, winning their games, top of the league,”

“It’s a good opportunity for us as well to show that we are Liverpool, we are still one of the best teams in this league. So yes, it’s a good opportunity for us to get the three points and to close the gap on these teams as well.”

Well we shall have to see about that Fabinho, because in case you hadn’t noticed, we are also in a supremely confident mood, and at Fortress Emirates, with a 60,000 crowd behind us, we are sure we can keep up our winning run.

Keep dreaming mate!


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  1. Yes we are notorious for allowing out of form teams to use us to kick start their season, we try assist Everton last season by being the only team to lose to them in one of their longest poor runs.

    But that kind of stat is for the pass, the injection of citizens with their winning mentality has help us to rid that monkey off our back.

    Like Lacazette I expect Jesus to have a very good game against Pool, Klopp seems to have smell the rat hence Jesus name pop up in most of his mind games.

    But I like the German and indications are he has one eye on this one for over a full week now

      1. It is said a cow never know the use of it’s tail until he lose it, the lost of Mane seems to have hit Klopp and his team hard.

        Big miss

        1. They’ve clearly been trying to prepare for his, or salah’s, leaving for some time with the signings of jota, minamino, Diaz and Darwin nunez – all of them are certainly good players, and jota in particular has had a big impact at times, but it just goes to show how influential mane really was that they’ve still been weaker since he’s gone.
          I don’t think they underestimated mane’s importance, it’s just so difficult to replace someone like that.

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