Arsenal face a trip to Liverpool at Anfield on Tuesday evening, needing to turn around their fortunes at the ground. The Gunners will be hoping to improve upon a record which has seen them lose 51 and win only 22 of the 89 games.
The most recent encounter between these two sides was just last season, in November 2004, the Reds carving out a narrow 2 - 1 victory in a Premiership match.
For a detailed analysis of the head-to-head between the two sides, click here
|Recent encounters between the teams:|
|2004/2005||Sun 08 May||Arsenal||3 - 1||Liverpool||PREM|
|2004/2005||Sun 28 Nov||Liverpool||2 - 1||Arsenal||PREM|
|2003/2004||Fri 09 Apr||Arsenal||4 - 2||Liverpool||PREM|
|2003/2004||Sat 04 Oct||Liverpool||1 - 2||Arsenal||PREM|
|2002/2003||Wed 29 Jan||Liverpool||2 - 2||Arsenal||PREM|
|2002/2003||Sun 29 Dec||Arsenal||1 - 1||Liverpool||PREM|
|2002/2003||Sun 11 Aug||Arsenal||1 - 0||Liverpool||SHLD|
Recent respective form guides
Liverpool are unbeaten in their last six home games, winning five of them, and drawing the other one. The Reds have scored 10 and conceded 1 during this period.
Arsenal have an average recent record on the road, picking up two good wins, but losing three, from the last six. These low-scoring games have seen just 3 goals scored and conceded.
Liverpool sit in a healthy 3rd in the league, and have picked up 48 points from their 25 games. Arsenal find themselves in a respectable 5th position, courtesy of the 41 points they have accumulated from 25 games.
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FootyMad's prediction ...
Arsenal have an average recent record on the road, and this could be the reason why Liverpool may poach a narrow victory, according to the Madmen. Home win
|Liverpool||Unbeaten in the last 11 home games.|
Not drawn a match in their last 3 .
|Arsenal||5 games since last away draw.|