It will be interesting to see how Jurgen Klopp’s men will react to a disappointing 3–1 loss to Leicester City at King Power Stadium on Monday night. Liverpool will have an ultimate test this weekend when they host fellow rivals for the top four positions and the UEFA Champions League berth Arsenal.
Liverpool Vs Arsenal English Premier League 4th March 2017 Details
Liverpool and Arsenal have each won two, drawn three, and lost two of their last seven meetings with one another. Six of these seven meetings have seen at least three goals and both teams score. Liverpool have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 58% of their home games, whilst Arsenal have in 75% of their trips away. Both teams have scored in 67% of Liverpool’s home games and 75% of Arsenal’s away matches. 86% of the last seven meetings between these sides has seen Over 2.5 Goals and Both Teams to Score land.
Dates, Fixtures, Schedule
|United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time)||4.03.2017 1230 EST|
|England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom)||4.03.2017 17:30 GMT+0|
|India (IST Indian Time)||4.03.2017 23:00 IST|
TV Channels, Telecast Online
|USA TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||SiriusXM FC, NBC Sports Live, NBCSN|
|UK TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||BT Sport 4K UHD, BT Sport Live Streaming, BT Sport 1|
|Indian TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||Star Sports Select HD2|
Liverpool Vs Arsenal Live Online Commentary
German manager Jurgen Klopp has had a contradictory campagin with Liverpool. The Merseyside team have opened the season in a marvelous fashion, but as the time passed by they lost touch with Chelsea in the battle for the top spot and even the top four positions are heavily challenged after a succession of poor results. Klopp’s lads seemed to have gotten back on track with the important home win over Spurs, but they returned to the old habits with the poor display at King Power in the match against Liecster. As regards Liverpool team news: Jordan Henderson is the only major doubt ahead of this game.
Meanwhile, Arsenal don’t have any better season as head coach Arsene Wenger holds on to his favourite fourth place. The team has been lacking the consistency for the last couple of years and nothing seems to be changing as the years go. Arsenal will come into the fixture after a hard-fought 0–2 win over Sutton United in FA Cup. However, 5–1 trashing with the hands of Bayern Munich is still something their supporters remember and the team will be desperate to pick up the good result away from home at Anfield. Mohamed Elneny is a slight doubt for this game, whilst Aaron Ramsey is unlikely to take part and Santi Cazorla is definitely sidelined.