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          Match Result

          Wolverhampton Wanderers

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          30%

          draw

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          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

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          20%

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          Liverpool vs. Arsenal Prediction, Tips & Stats

          The game of the Premier League weekend takes place at Anfield on Saturday as two title challengers in Liverpool and Arsenal lock horns for the first time this season.

          Liverpool currently sit 2nd in the Premier League with eleven wins, five draws and one loss from seventeen games this season.

          The Reds are having a strong campaign on the whole as they look to write the wrongs of last season and avoid a second straight year without major silverware.

          They're coming into this game in good form overall, unbeaten in their last ten games in the league having won three of their last four.

          Their latest league outing was, though, a source of immense frustration as Jürgen Klopp's men were held to a hugely disappointing 0-0 draw at home to a faltering and heavily mocked Manchester United side in a game almost everybody fancied Liverpool to win heading into the fixture.

          Liverpool's inability to put away a side seemingly there for the taking was surprising and underwhelming and was, of course, met with typically hyperbolic reactions with many questioning their credentials as title contenders.

          Regardless, they did at least put some of that disappointment in the rearview mirror when they faced West Ham United in the League Cup quarter-final on Wednesday night and ran out convincing 5-1 winners as they inflicted a battering on the Hammers.

          The performance was much more reminiscent of what we all recognise Klopp's Liverpool to typically embody and it was a performance they needed as they head into one of their biggest games of the season.

          The annoyance that came with failing to beat Manchester United will not yet be out of the systems of everybody associated with the club but a win here, you would imagine, will bring party mode back to Anfield.

          Arsenal currently sit top of the Premier League with twelve wins, three draws and two losses from seventeen games this season.

          The Gunners are exactly where they would have wanted to be coming into the Christmas period as they perch comfortably atop the league standings.

          They haven't exactly wowed anybody with their performances thus far this season and they aren't quite the electric, high-intensity, all-action outfit they were in the first 70% of the last campaign but they arguably look better equipped to win a league title this time around.

          Not only do they look they're expending less energy in games, they also appear to have developed a proficiency for winning games in adverse circumstances. Whether they aren't performing near their optimal level or facing a tricky stylistic matchup, they always seem to find a way to tip the balance of the game in their favour and they're showing a resiliency that arguably was not evident last season.

          Summer signing Declan Rice has been outstanding and fellow new recruit Kai Havertz, whose Arsenal career has taken a while to get going, is really starting to find his feet in North London and his box penetration from midfield offers the Gunners a dimension they did not have the luxury of deploying the last campaign.

          It's exciting times to be an Arsenal fan but there's a long way to go yet and if you asked most Gunners fans they'd likely say they don't dare get too confident about their side's chances yet after last season's collapse. A win at Anfield, however, would likely get the entirety of the red half of North London believing their league title drought is approaching its end.

          For our Liverpool vs. Arsenal prediction, we're going for a 2-2 draw.

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          Liverpool Team News

          Liverpool remain without Diogo Jota, Alexis Mac Allister, Thiago Alcântara, Stefan Bajčetić and Andy Robertson for this fixture.

          Curtis Jones should come in for Ryan Gravenberch in midfield to play alongside Dominik Szoboszlai and Wataru Endō after his impressive showing against West Ham.

          Klopp could also opt for a change up top from the starting XI that drew a blank against Manchester United, with Cody Gakpo possibly being given the nod over either Darwin Núñez or Luís Diaz.

          Arsenal Team News

          Jurriën Timber, Fábio Vieira and Thomas Partey remain injury absentees for Mikel Arteta.

          Takehiro Tomiyasu is nearing a return but is not fit enough to be involved here.

          Arteta seems pretty set on his best XI and it feels likely he'll continue with the same side that started the last two Premier League games, with the only exception possibly being Jakub Kiwior coming in for Oleksandr Zinchenko.

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