By Matt Gallagher
Second-place Liverpool travel to the Emirates on Wednesday night as the Reds aim to cut the gap on title holders Manchester City.
And with the league leaders facing a tough trip to Crystal Place tonight (March 14), defeat could open the chance for Liverpool to take top spot.
Arsenal will be no push over after winning their last five in the league.
The Gunners last defeat was against Liverpool in the second leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final.
At Anfield earlier in the season, goals from Sadio Mane, Diogo Jota, Mo Salah and Takumi Minamino helped Liverpool to a 4-0 win.
The last visit to the Emirates in the league also ended in a Liverpool victory, 3-0.
Both teams are on a good run of form with Liverpool on an eight-winning run in the league.
Their 2-0 win away at Brighton on Saturday was made it three clean sheets in a row.
With Roberto Firmino making the bench at the Amex, Jurgen Klopp now has all his top performing fiver forwards available.
Winter signing Luis Diaz has hit the ground running in Merseyside and will be hoping for his fifth league start in a row.
Forwards Jota, Salah and Mane are all the Premier League’s top three goal scorers, as well as Trent Alexander-Arnold and Salah being top assisters, creating an endless threat to Arsenal’s defence.
With only ten games to go and similar goal difference between Liverpool and Man City, the title race will go all the way.
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