Two English giants go toe-to-toe on Sunday afternoon in the Premier League when Arsenal host Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners edged past Nottingham Forest in a 2-1 result in midweek while Liverpool thrashed Chelsea at home in a 4-1 victory.
The head-to-head advantage lies with the visitors who have suffered only one defeat against Arsenal in their last five matches, drawing and winning twice in the period.
Liverpool’s win over Chelsea in midweek means the Merseyside Reds are unbeaten in their last six Premier League matches and although Conor Bradley stole the show against the Blues, Trent Alexander Arnold is expected to replace him in the right-back position.
Arsenal however will hope the home advantage will aid their cause and the likely inclusion of Thomas Partey in this clash could prove to be the difference for the hosts.
The match comes off at 4:30 pm.