Liverpool’s form at the moment is not really impressive. On the contrary, Arsenal is gradually regaining confidence. With the support from the past, the away team is completely capable of leaving Anfield with a positive result. Moreover, the Gunners’ away form in recent times is also quite good with 4/5 unbeaten matches on all fronts and up to 3 victories among them.
After a pretty good start, Liverpool are falling miserably. The last 2 rounds, The Kop did not win a single victory and just received a defeat with a score of 2-3 in round 11. Anfield’s home ground is no longer a fulcrum in the English Premier League for teachers and students. Coach Jurgen Klopp. The proof is that the Merseyside team has not been able to win any of the last 2 home matches.
The fact that pillars like Fabinho, Jota or Alexander-Arnold can no longer maintain their high form at the beginning of the season is the main reason leading to The Kop’s decline. The absence of winger Andrew Robertson due to injury will also significantly affect the home’s play in this match, as the replacement Tsimikas is clearly at a lower level.
Contrary to the decline of Liverpool, Arsenal are playing better. In the last 8 rounds in the English Premier League, coach Mikel Arteta’s teachers and students were unbeaten when they respectively overcame Norwich City (1-0), Burnley (1-0), Tottenham Hotspur (3-1), Aston Villa (3). -1), Leicester City (2-0) and Watford (1-0), drew Brighton (0-0) and Crystal Palace (2-2). The return of midfielder Ben White has helped the Emirates team’s defense system become much more solid.
In particular, Arsenal often played poorly against Liverpool. The previous 6 encounters with the Merseyside team, the Emirates Stadium team were unbeaten 4 times and in the last trip to Anfield, they also did not concede a single goal. With the home team in decline, the away team is a reliable choice for fans in this match.