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Match Information :
Head to Head : Arsenal vs Liverpool
Competition : Barclays Premier League
Live / Repeat: Live
Match Date: Saturday, 8th February, 2014
Time:12:45UK Time

Just a few days after falling out of the English Premiership lead, Arsenal are back atop the league table with the recent loss by Manchester City.

Staying there, however, will be difficult this week, as they hit the road for their next match where they are underdogs facing a Liverpool squad that sits fourth overall.

As of midweek, the EPL sportsbook comparative odds at Odds Shark had Liverpool with odds of +110, Arsenal at +200 and a draw line of +260.

Liverpool sit eight points back of Arsenal, and while they are in the midst of a five-match unbeaten streak, they have played to a draw in two of their last three matches.

Their last match was a disappointing 1-1 draw facing a West Bromwich squad that is in 16th place and fighting to stay out of the relegation zone.

Since being drubbed by Manchester City 6-3, the Gunners are unbeaten in their last eight matches. Their offense has been solid, but the reason Arsenal is winning is because of their defense. The Gunners have conceded the second-fewest goals in the league.

In their eight-game run, they have allowed only four goals, with four clean sheets.

Arsenal, which trended toward the OVER (8-4 in 12 road matches) in soccer betting as a road team, will have their defense tested by a Liverpool club that have the second-most goals in the league.

Luis Suárez leads the league in goals by an eight-goal margin, and Daniel Sturridge has returned from injury to score five goals in his last four matches.

Arsenal has a tough February, not only with the Liverpool match, but they also face Manchester United in the Premier League and Bayern Munich in the knockout phase of the Champions League.

Earlier this season, at Emirates Stadium, Arsenal beat Liverpool 2-0.

Arsenal have scored two goals in each of their last five league matches. Olivier Giroud leads the club in goals, and the oft-injured Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored two goals in the Gunners’ last match.

The Gunners are hoping he can provide some offense, as Aaron Ramsey, with eight goals, and Theo Walcott, with five, are injured and will not play.

After a shaky couple of matches on defense, the Reds have only conceded one goal in their last two matches.

Prediction: 3-2 Liverpool

If Arsenal and Liverpool have one thing in common ahead of their game this weekend, it’s that they both suffered a fairly disastrous January — talks of big moves for Mohamed Salah, Yevhen Konoplyanka and Julian Draxler eventually ended up with Arsenal signing an injured player to cover for their injured players, and Liverpool ending up bolstering their bench options with Nothing. And Liverpool already have Nothing on their bench.
Week 25 of the Barclays Premier League offers up some intriguing match-ups.

Table-toppers Arsenal visit Anfield to take on Liverpool while sitting on a slim two-point lead over Manchester City and Chelsea. The Reds are eight points back of the Gunners, and if they have serious title hopes and want to make this a four-horse race, three points is a must.

The South Wales derby returns for round two this season as Swansea City hosts Cardiff City just days after the Swans parted ways with manager Michael Laudrup. And Manchester United faces bottom-of-the-table Fulham in a contest where the Red Devils desperately need a win to keep their alive their chances of securing a top four spot.

Below are the five games to keep close tabs on this weekend.
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Liverpool vs. Arsenal

A lot of pundits questioned Liverpool’s tunnel-vision pursuit of additional attacking options during the January transfer window. It’s difficult to argue against what seemed like the logical choice of strengthening a defensive line that has proven to be a weak point. To wit: Kolo Toure’s disastrous gaffe that led to West Bromwich scoring the equalizer to draw 1-1 at the Hawthorns last weekend. The Reds have an alarming list of defensive errors this season which has directly resulted in dropped points. Nevertheless, Brendan Rodgers was unable to make a sizeable impact to his squad similar to last year’s January transfer coups that brought in Daniel Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho. It has the potential to be their eventual undoing as the finish line draws near.

Luckily, the ability to outscore the opposition (second-most in the league with 58 goals) has been Liverpool’s saving grace through the much heralded SAS partnership. However, against league leaders Arsenal, results have been quite below-par. The Gunners are unbeaten in their last four league games against the Reds, and haven’t lost at Anfield in the Premier League since a 4-1 trouncing almost seven years ago. Also, Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge have played 11 Premier League matches together this season and the only team to deny the duo a goal is Arsenal, winning 2-0 at Emirates Stadium back in September. The clubs will also meet in North London later this month, with the winner earning a spot in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Chelsea vs. Newcastle

Jose Mourinho chest-bumped his way from the visiting dugout all the way down the tunnel following Monday’s 1-0 win over Manchester City. Don’t let the score line fool you, as the game itself was surprisingly entertaining and end-to-end, with Mourinho electing to press the tempo through a dangerous counterattack instead of parking the bus. Nemanja Matic deservedly received special praise from his manager for a tremendous performance, bullying Yaya Toure with the help of David Luiz through the middle and effectively cancelling out the giant Ivorian’s influence. Mourinho basked in the spotlight like a prize fighter after a thrilling knockout, though his post-match thoughts of a possible three horse title race were classic Mourinho: “Two horses and a little horse that still needs milk and to learn how to jump. A horse that next season can race.”

Newcastle have won three of their last four top-flight matches against Chelsea (2-0 victory in the reverse fixture), but have failed to score in five of their last six league fixtures overall (four losses, one draw). Coming off their derby day defeat to rivals Sunderland, Alan Pardew’s side is low on confidence and more importantly goal-scorers (Loic Remy suspended and Papiss Cisse injured). Luuk De Jong produced very little on his Toon debut, and the Ameobi brothers rarely convey a serious scoring threat. The odds of Newcastle being the team to end Mourinho’s 72 match unbeaten run at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea boss is virtually non-existent.
Swansea City vs. Cardiff City

One day after receiving the dreaded vote of confidence, Swansea manager Michael Laudrup was sacked following a demoralizing 2-0 away defeat to West Ham. The Swans teeter just two points above relegation, winners of one of their last 10 league fixtures. Even more damning is their abysmal league record since hoisting the League Cup at Wembley almost a year ago—notching only eight victories in 35 matches (18 defeats). Relations between the Dane and club management had quickly deteriorated for various reasons, and the decision to part ways was the inevitable result. Long-serving Swan and former captain Gary Monk was named Laudrup’s successor for the foreseeable future. The 35 year-old recently-retired defender is currently completing his UEFA A License. It’s a huge gamble to put it bluntly, although Monk is highly regarded around Liberty Stadium, having represented Swansea in all four divisions as a player. In Swansea’s current state, experience matters

In the opposing dugout, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be keen on extending his side’s winning run (two games) and pulling the double over their heated rivals in the South Wales derby. Wilfried Zaha was a revelation on his Cardiff debut, assisting on both goals in the 2-1 comeback win over Norwich City. Former Swan Steven Caulker scored the match-winner in the reverse fixture (1-0) back in November, and will look to assist in earning the Dragons a third consecutive victory over their arch-nemesis (which would be a first in this derby).
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Manchester United vs. Fulham

When the final whistle sounded at the Britannia Stadium after yet another United defeat, the cameras caught David Moyes on the sidelines with an expression similar to a deer caught in the headlights. Even the deadly attacking trio of Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata—starting together for the first time—wasn’t enough to achieve maximum points, as Stoke City produced their first-ever home victory over the slumping defending champions. Both Jonny Evans (calf) and Phil Jones (head) left the game in the first half, heaping more onto an already full plate for Moyes. Whether it’s just bad luck, bad management or a combination of both, United faces the very real prospect of missing out on a Champions League place next season.

As bad as this campaign has been for United, life at Fulham has been a hundred times worse. The Cottagers are rooted at the bottom of the table—four points from safety—despite making almost a half dozen moves before the transfer deadline passed. There have even been various reports that Rene Meulensteen is already on borrowed time after only two months at the helm, with Alan Curbishley—currently Fulham’s technical director—said to be the first option. The midweek FA Cup defeat to Sheffield United at Craven Cottage only amped up the pressure for Meulensteen, and a trip to Old Trafford—a place where Fulham have won once in 12 league visits since reaching the top division in 2001—has come at the worst possible time.
Norwich vs. Manchester City

When is it ever a good time to face the overwhelming attacking force that is Manchester City? Lately, the answer to that question is never, with City finally hitting top gear—minus their recent defeat. They’ve already plundered a staggering 68 goals in 24 matches thus far in the league—averaging almost three a game—including seven in the reverse fixture against the Canaries. For the first time in 62 matches on home turf, the hosts were kept off the score sheet on Monday. The possibility of consecutive league defeats—which hasn’t happened in over three years—is an unlikely scenario given their opposition. However, one thing you can count on is plenty of goals, considering the last six fixtures between these two sides have produced a total of 37 goals.

Manchester City have won their last three Premier League trips to Carrow Road, and Manuel Pellegrini is expecting an immediate response from his players following the missed opportunity to go top of the table. Chris Hughton and Canaries supporters should be afraid.
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In a sense, however, the two clubs ended up with less than Nothing. Liverpool ended up with what Nothing discards from his pockets while it’s going through its loose change. They got Nothing, plus the humiliation of having sought out Something and not getting it, and having to settle for Nothing. Nothing, minus the dignity and the calmness that would have come with simply not pursuing anyone because they were happy with their squad and felt it wasn’t good enough. Now, they have essentially admitted that they needed another player, and that they don’t fancy their own chances much.

Arsenal were much the same, with the press doing a fine job of hyping up Draxler to deflate Gunnerdom when the move failed to materialise. An additional humiliation has followed the two clubs in the nature of their failure. Arsenal’s ludicrous decision to sign someone nursing an injury produced a predictable reaction, while Liverpool were openly confident about having secured Salah, only for him to jump ship and very quickly sign for someone who is supposed to be merely their equal at best.

How big an effect that dampening of spirits could have remains to be seen. Liverpool went from stuffing Everton 4-0 to drawing against West Brom, while Arsenal gained a narrow victory over a determined Crystal Palace. When the two clubs play, we might well see who has coped better with the situation.

Much has been made of Arsenal’s tricky February, but both they and Liverpool also have a March that will also be disastrous should they fail to navigate it. Liverpool don’t have European competition to worry about, and may only be fighting on one front by that point, but they also have far less squad depth. If January does prove to be a mistake, it is in these two months when that will become clear.

Liverpool welcome league leaders Arsenal to Anfield on Saturday afternoon for what could potentially be the best clash of the weekend.

Brendan Rodgers will hope that his side can continue their good home form this season and also replicate the kind of performances they have achieved against other big clubs this year when they face the Gunners.

livvsars Liverpool v Arsenal Preview | Team News, Key Men & Stats

For Arsenal, this is the first game in a difficult run which will see them face Manchester United, Chelsea, Everton, Manchester City, and Tottenham and not to mention Bayern Munich in a relatively short period of time. Should they lose, they could fall to third place in the league so a win in this fixture is absolutely vital.
Team News

Liverpool are still lacking in defence, although Rodgers confirmed in his press conference that Glen Johnson and Daniel Agger will return soon but not in time for the Arsenal game. Lucas Leiva and Mamadou Sakho will not return until the end of the month at the earliest, and Jose Enrique has yet to be given a date for a return.

Arsenal are missing a lot of players at the most difficult part of the season. The good news for Arsene Wenger however is that Jack Wilshere and Mikel Arteta should be fit to play at Anfield. Thomas Vermaelen could be fit but will face a late fitness test to make sure. Aaron Ramsey will be missed in the midfield due to injury, as will Theo Walcott up front. Finally, Mathieu Flamini will be unable to play due to suspension.
Interesting Statistics

In the 11 league games that Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge have played together this season, the only team to stop them both scoring is Arsenal.
Liverpool have only conceded eight goals at home this season.
Unfortunately for the Reds, they have only managed to win one of their last 13 league games against Arsenal and have won none of the last six at Anfield.
Santi Cazorla has scored in two of his three appearances against the Reds for Arsenal.
Arsenal were the last team to stop Liverpool scoring in the league (November 2nd).
Wojciech Szczesny has the more clean sheets than any other goalkeeper in the league this season with 11.

Key Players
Sturridge goals Liverpool v Arsenal Preview | Team News, Key Men & StatsLiverpool – Daniel Sturridge

The English half of SAS has been in great form for Liverpool this season, scoring 14 goals in 16 appearances and five since his return from injury last month. As two of these appearances were from the bench, it means he is scoring a goal every 90 minutes on average. He has attempted 49 shots of which 27 were on target, giving him an accuracy of 55%. However, he has only managed to convert 29% of his chances and half of his clear-cut chances with eight. Due to his form in front of goal this season, it’s easy to overlook the creative impact that Sturridge has on Liverpool’s play. The striker has created 15 chances from open play and three of these resulted in assists. He has even managed to create five clear-cut chances as well, showing why his partnership with Suarez has been so proficient. Sturridge will face a hard test against an Arsenal defence that have already shut him out however, and will have to work extra hard to take something from them.
Cazorla creativity Liverpool v Arsenal Preview | Team News, Key Men & StatsArsenal – Santi Cazorla

Cazorla has been one of Arsenal’s and the Premier League’s best creative players since his move to North London from Spain. He hasn’t disappointed so far this season. The Spaniard has created 33 chances for his team with 25 of these coming from open play. It is surprising then that only three of these have ended in assists for him. All of this means that he has created a chance every 44 minutes on average so far. However, he has only been able to create three clear-cut chances which is two less than Sturridge. Due to the all-out attacking nature of Arsenal’s play, Cazorla has also chipped in with four goals of his own. He has achieved this from 29 shots on goal, 17 of which were on target.  The midfielder will be a major threat to Liverpool and not just because of his good record against them previously.
Prediction

Liverpool have only lost once at home this season and have defeated Everton 4-0 in the last two weeks at Anfield. Since their defeat to Arsenal in which they were unable to score, they have managed to score 41 goals in the months since. However, their record against the league leaders is pitiful and Liverpool’s defence have been struggling as it is. I believe the game will have a few goals but will ultimately end in a 2-2 draw.

The upcoming period means there is a vulnerability to Arsenal which does not exist among their two title rivals, and likewise Liverpool and their fellow challengers for the top four. It could all slip away very quickly from them, in a way that it couldn’t for Chelsea or Manchester United.

This is the real test of any team wishing to elevate itself above perceptions — a grueling run of difficult games, home and away, that come with enough intensity that simply having a large squad and rotating it doesn’t do enough. Instead, you need something else — an absolute will to win at all costs, to be able to do the footballing equivalent of fighting off a vicious armed mob with only a milk-frother and a copy of Shoot!

Great teams of the past have all had to do it at some point, like a ritual rite of passage, but the two clashes between these two sides this month means it is almost impossible for both to succeed, even though they are not fighting for the same thing. This town is only big for one renaissance, and this weekend will be a heavy indicator as to who will get to undergo it.

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