Live Match Preview: Arsenal vs Liverpool Score, Highlights & Date 16.03 2022! Arsenal has no time to soak up the joys of nine wins in their last 11 Premier League outings as they are back at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday to host Liverpool. Here is the match preview. Back into the top four with a 2-0 win over Leicester on Sunday, this grueling run of three games in six days has the small matter of Jurgen Klopp’s side sandwiched in the middle. It will be the fourth time these two have met this season, with the Reds boasting an aggregate lead of 6-0.
The reverse meeting at Anfield back in November brought the Gunners crashing back down to earth. Mikel Arteta’s side was on a run of eight matches without defeat in the Premier League and there were some lingering hopes that they could be competitive on a ground where they are so often turned over.
Live Match Preview: Arsenal vs Liverpool Score, Highlights & Date 16.03 2022
Victory over Leicester was important, though, as it does give the side that little breathing space just in case the game doesn’t get their way on Wednesday. Without accepting it, they can afford to lose and still be in a strong position. Tottenham and Manchester United are the main competitors, and Arsenal will be hoping for a favor or two Brighton and West Ham this week while the Red Devils don’t play again until after the international break.
Arsenal vs Liverpool Premier League preview: How to watch, predicted lineups, Mohamed Salah injury, score prediction & is it a free hit? While far from threatening, it still took until the 39th minute for Sadio Mane to break the deadlock from a set-piece when it looked as though Arsenal would go into the half level. What happened after the break needn’t be reminisced about.
Ospina, Bellerin, Mertesacker, Koscielny (Gabriel), Monreal, Coquelin, Cazorla, Ramsey (Flamini), Ozil (Welbeck), Alexis, Giroud.
Mignolet, Can, Toure, Sakho, Allen, Lucas, Moreno, Henderson, Coutinho, Markovic (Sturridge), Sterling.
Is Arsenal a different team now? You can’t possibly argue that they’re not. Everything about the individuals collectively or otherwise has improved, and with the match being at the Emirates Stadium there is no reason that Arsenal shouldn’t be confident of getting a result.
But while many are consigning themselves to defeat, if Arsenal were to go and win this game it would be seismic to their Premier League top four aspirations. Garnering widespread praise for their performances of late, a statement win over some of the finest opposition in the world would send out the sternest of messages. Not only would it give them a firm grip on Champions League football, but it would also strike fear into those around them; it would demoralize their rivals.
Watch Arsenal vs Liverpool TV:
When Is Kick-Off? Wednesday 16 March
What Time Is Kick-Off? 20:15 (GMT)
Where Is it Played? Emirates Stadium
TV Channel/Live Stream? Sky Sports (UK) fuboTV (USA)
Referee? Andre Marriner
Who is on VAR? John Brooks