Liverpool-Arsenal Easily Match of the Weekend
Liverpool-Arsenal will be a game to remember after it is played this Saturday. The visitors are looking to maintain their one-point lead atop the standing whereas the hosts are looking to stay on the hunt near the big dogs.
This is clearly going to be a fun match.
At home, Liverpool have been playing quite well as they have been allowed to play their passing and skillful game as the opponents tend to show them a bit too much respect. In addition, the talent that they have at hand is nothing short of hard-working which has been key to their performance all season long. Now, they all have to come together to try and dismantle a rather disciplined Arsenal side who are for real in the title hunt in the Premier League.
Luis Suarez is the leading scorer as he is the most trusted asset in front of frame in the final third. The Uruguayan international can play as a lone striker or even as a winger where he likes to try and set up teammates or send in shots from close or long range. He will have to be the genius that he is and try to cause as much havoc as possible for the Gunners.
Arsenal will rely on their midfielders such as Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to boost the attacking force against a solid Liverpool defense that could be tricked every now and then. These guys are just a couple of the weapons that the club has access to, but they will be some of the most influential guys for the visitors.
This is a game that will be played at Anfield which is one of the most beautiful and loud stadiums in all of England. The Reds will look for all three points against their feisty visitors, and can definitely get the job done if they put in a team effort. Their visitors will not make that easy by any means.
Prediction: Liverpool 2, Arsenal 2.
Both teams will create chances but will also slip up in their own end of the field. A share of the spoils will be all they achieve… if they find out how to cancel one another out after scoring a couple.
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