Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool Can Create A Slice Of History Against Arsenal

Marcus Newton
November 1, 2018

In the end tonight, O'Connor's goal would prove little more than a consolation; Arsenal seeing the game out 2-1 with their 10-men.

The Tangerines were looking risky after halving the arrears, Nathan Delfouneso having a goal ruled out for offside after Petr Cech had been caught in possession.

Bellerin suffered a right thigh injury at Selhurst Park and Arsenal have confirmed he will be assessed ahead of Liverpool's trip to Emirates Stadium on Saturday - where a win would move Arsenal to within one point of Jurgen Klopp's side.

The home side continued cruising until Guendouzi saw red for a second booking shortly thereafter ('56) before proceedings were further disrupted when Paudie O'Connor headed home a corner to pull one back for the Tangerines ('66). We were in the ascendancy, had them on the back foot - credit to all the players.

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The Gunners are unbeaten in 13 now, 12 wins and a draw-against Crystal Palace last weekend-in that time, but Liverpool will be comfortably the toughest opponent they've faced in that run.

Cech returned in goal while Carl Jenkinson made his first Arsenal appearance in 701 days and Julio Pleguezuelo came into defence to make his debut.

"I think they will get turned over by a couple of smaller teams and I don't see them beating the big ones". "I felt I worked very hard and I think I left it (the club) in good shape".

Keita has missed Liverpool's last three matches in all competitions after suffering a hamstring injury while away with the Guinea squad during the worldwide break last month but there were hopes he could be available to face Arsenal after resuming light training last week.

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