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Who will win?
When Arsenal hosted Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium in July, they were on the back of a couple of bad results following a disappointing draw against Leicester City, then defeat to Spurs leaving the season on a knife-edge.
This time though, Mikel Arteta’s side already have a couple of wins from their opening Premier League games having already defeated Jurgen Klopp’s men in the Community Shield.
However, they’ve lost their last five at Anfield, and last won there back in 2012 and have been well beaten in their most recent visits to Merseyside; going down 5-1 in 2018, 3-1 a year later and 2-1 back in July.
Liverpool also have two wins from their first two Premier League fixtures after beating Leeds at home and then Chelsea away last Sunday as they look to defend the title they won for the first time in 30-years last July.
You have to go back to April 2017 for the last time Liverpool lost a league game at Anfield – 60 matches in total – with Jürgen Klopp’s men recording 26 wins in 27 home league games.
History also favours Liverpool as this match is the 229th meeting between the two sides with the Reds winning 89 while Arsenal have managed 79 with the other 61 ending in draws.
Will Salah or Aubameyang score?
A huge attraction of this fixture is the fact that two of the most potent marksmen in the Premier League will be facing each other on Monday night.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who recently put pen to paper on a new contract with the Gunners, has featured in both of Arsenal’s two Premier League matches, registering three shots on target and scoring one.
As for Salah, he began the campaign in blistering fashion by scoring a hat-trick against Leeds on the opening day, though two of those were from the spot.
Last season Aubameyang finished one goal behind Jamie Vardy in the scoring charts, finishing the campaign on 22 while Mo Salah netted 19 times in the league – making this matchup one of the most intriguing in what should be a fascinating encounter.
Will both teams score?
With such firepower in their ranks, it’s hard to not see both these sides finding the net on Monday night.
In fact, both teams have scored in the past seven meetings between these two sides in league and cup with a total of 33 goals scored over those matches, including a thrilling 5-5 draw in the EFL Cup last season.
The last time a team failed to score in this fixture was when Liverpool won 4-0 at the Emirates on the opening day of the 2016/17 season while you have to go back to August 2015 for the last goalless draw.
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