Friday, 1 November 2013

Arsenal v Liverpool live Stream Premier League – Preview 2 Nov 2013

Match Preview: Saturday, 2nd Nov 2013, One of the important match Arsenal v Liverpool of Premier League HD Quality Live Arsenal v Liverpool streaming is available here Arsenal v Liverpool Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Emirates Stadium on 11/02/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Arsenal v Liverpool Live Stream Arsenal v Liverpool, Arsenal v Liverpool online free, Arsenal v Liverpool live stream video.Arsenal v Liverpool at Emirates Stadium on Saturday, 2nd Nov 2013, kick-off 17:30 (GMT).  Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta is available to face Liverpool after serving a one-match suspension. Mathieu Flamini remains sidelined with a groin problem, and an ankle injury rules out Serge Gnabry.Liverpool forward Philippe Coutinho returns to the squad after more than six weeks out with a shoulder injury sustained at Swansea on 16 September. Left-back Jose Enrique is still troubled by a knee injury and will not be included. The idea that Arsenal won't get results against their main rivals for the season's prizes has begun a thorough examination.Successive home defeats by Borussia Dortmund and Chelsea are being followed by this game, then Dortmund and Manchester United away - and on current form you can throw in Southampton at home before November is out. For the moment, Arsene Wenger remains relatively unconcerned, but three home losses in a row for the first time in 11 years could cause an extra worry line or two. In purely Premier League terms of course, The Gunners are in rude health - top of the table with seven wins and a draw since the opening day. If you can establish who the title challengers are after ten games then Arsenal are among them. To those who think the squad lacks depth, I would point to the fact that they've done this well this far without (for much of the run) Walcott, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Podolski, Cazorla and Arteta. If defence is the weak spot, Liverpool are currently THE team to highlight it. As the debate rages as to whether Rooney and van Persie or Suarez and Sturridge is the best strike partnership around, here are some numbers to help:
Rooney/van Persie: six games started together this season; eight goals
Suarez/Sturridge - five games started together; 10 goals
Crude and unscientific maybe, but I go with the stats on this and think the Liverpool pair is the most dangerous around right now.
They'll undoubtedly be on the minds of Messrs Mertesacker and Koscielny ahead of the game, especially as the Arsenal defence will be missing its invaluable shield of Mathieu Flamini. That could be key.
Both sides have suffered just one league defeat since March. By pure coincidence I was there to see both those games! I promise to leave my jinx jacket at home this time - and go for a draw. 

Four of the last six league meetings in north London have ended in draws, with one win apiece. Arsenal scored twice inside three minutes through Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott to earn a draw from 2-0 down in the corresponding fixture last January.
Liverpool's only win in their last 12 league games against Arsenal came at the Emirates Stadium in August 2011. An Aaron Ramsey own goal and Luis Suarez strike gave Liverpool their only win at Arsenal in the last 13 years.
This is the 215th meeting between the clubs in all competitions. Liverpool lead by 82 wins to Arsenal's 76.

The Gunners have earned 22 points out of the last available 24.
They are the only team to score in each of their Premier League matches this season.
Arsene Wenger's side have taken the lead in eight of their nine league fixtures, the best record in the division.
November is Arsenal's least productive month in Premier League history - they average only 1.55 points per game.
Aaron Ramsey has five goals and three assists in his last six league appearances.

Liverpool's tally of 20 points after nine games represents their best Premier League start since 2008. They have double the number of points they had at this stage last season.
The Reds have conceded in each of their last six league games, having started the season with three successive clean sheets.
They have hit the woodwork a league-high eight times this season.
Daniel Sturridge has scored 14 goals in his last 14 league appearances.
Luis Suarez has scored six goals in four league games since returning from suspension.
Simon Mignolet will make his 100th Premier League appearance. He has kept 33 clean sheets.

Competition: Premier League
Arsenal v Liverpool                                       
Date: Saturday, 2nd Nov 2013
Kickoff: 17:30  BST
Venue: Emirates Stadium
Live/Repeat: Live

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