Liverpool will travel to the Emirates on Wednesday in what will be a tough test for the Reds.

Jurgen Klopp’s men are still fighting for the title and know three points in North London is a must.

In-form Arsenal will pose a threat to the reds, however, taking a maximum of 15 points from their last five games.

Let’s take a look at the last five meetings in the league between the two Premiership giants.

Liverpool 4 – 0 Arsenal: November 2021

The reverse fixture of Wednesday’s clash ended in humiliating defeat for the Gunners.

Goals from Sadio Mane, Diogo Jota, Mo Salah and Takumi Minamino secured the three points for the reds as they continued their impressive start to the campaign.

The Reds found themselves in second, a position they are all too familiar with right now as they push on for the title.

A similar result to this will be massive for the reds on Wednesday in making a statement to their title rivals, Manchester City.

Arsenal 0 – 3 Liverpool: April 2021

Liverpool’s last trip to the Emirates was an important win as the reds picked up three vital points in their search for top four.

In a season plagued with injuries, top four looked out of reach for the reds for the majority of the season.

It was an impressive run involving Liverpool’s successful trip to North London that propelled the reds into the Champions League spots.

The goals came from Mohamed Salah and Diogo Jota, with the Portuguese forward bagging a brace over the Gunners.

Liverpool 3 – 1 Arsenal: September 2020

At the start of the 2020/21 Premier League season, Liverpool hosted Arsenal at Anfield behind closed doors due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The visitors opened the scoring through Frenchman, Alexander Lacazette, but their lead didn’t last long.

Just three minutes later, Sadio Mane equalised for the hosts before left back Andy Robertson secured the lead just before half time.

The game was put to bed by new arrival at the time, Diogo Jota.

Arsenal 2 – 1 Liverpool: July 2020

Newly crowned Premier League champions, Liverpool, lost to Arsenal in the final run in of the season.

Ultimately, the result meant nothing to the reds. Many suggested the idea of the team being ‘hungover’ as a result of the league winning celebrations.

Sadio Mane opened the scoring for the away side and the game looked promising. The game was tipped on its head shortly after with goals from Alexandre Lacazette and Reiss Nelson.

Liverpool 3 – 1 Arsenal: August 2019

The reverse fixture this season was contrasting to their trip to the Emirates as the reds overcame Arsenal at Anfield.

Liverpool began their title winning season in fine form and the win against Arsenal at home was massive.

A brace from the Egyptian king, Mo Salah and a towering header from Joel Matip was enough to secure all three points for the reds.

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