Arsenal will travel to the Anfield stadium to take on Liverpool on Sunday, 21st December 2014. After miserable starts to the season, Both teams under pressure to deliver some Christmas cheer for their supporters. The Reds are currently in 11th place with 21 points while the Gunners are on 6th position with 5 points ahead of the Reds. The championship aspirations is seeming already to be over for both teams, except that both teams are expecting to challenge for title. Have a look on the pre match review of Liverpool vs Arsenal.
Liverpool vs Arsenal Telecast in India, Time Schedule
|Competition||Premier League 2014–15|
|Date||21 December 2014|
|Time||9.30 pm [IST], 4.00 pm [GMT]|
|Broadcast & |
|Sky Sports 1/HD, BBC Radio 5 Live|
Star Sports 4 Asia, Canal+ 1/HD
The match will be telecasted on 21st December 2014 at 9:30pm according to Indian standard time while it will start at 4:00pm on 21st December according to GMT. You can watch this match live on your TV telecast channels Sky Sports 1/HD, BBC Radio 5 Live etc. Given below is the list of TV channels. Have a look
United Kingdom: Sky Sports 1/HD, BBC Radio 5 Live, Sky Go Extra
India: Star Sports 4 Asia
Spain: Canal+ 1 / HD
Russia: NTV+ Football
Netherlands: Fox Sports 2
Argentina: DIRECTV Play Latin America
United States: Telemundo, Directv
Germany: Sky Go Deutschland
France: Canal+ Sport
Egypt: beIN Sports Arabia 1 HD
Ghana: Super Sport 3 Africa
Italy: Fox Sports HD
Sweden: Viaplat Sweden
Switzerland: SuperSport 3 Africa
Ireland: Sky Go
Australia: Fox Sports 4 Australia
Belgium: Be Sport 1, Sporting 1
Liverpool vs Arsenal Match Preview
Reds: Jones, Toure, Skrtel, Lovren, Moreno, Henderson, Gerrard, Lucas, Coutinho, Lallana, Sterling
Gunners: Szczensny, Chambers, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Gibbs Flamini, Cazorla, Chamberlain, Sanchez, Welbeck, Giroud
Arsenal come into this match without Mesut Ozil, Laurent Koscielny, Aaron Ramsey, Jac Wilshere who have been ruled out due to injury while Liverpool forward Mario Balotelli will also miss Sunday’s clash as he serves a one match ban.
The Gunners have won five of their last six fixtures with two draws and a loss while the home side have won three with two draws and a loss.
Reds will come into this match with 3–0 loss against Man U whereas the Gunners come into this match with 4–1 win over Newcastle United.
Reds have won just two of the last 14 Premier League meetings against Gunners.