Arsenal vs Liverpool prediction, betting tips & odds
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Arsenal vs Liverpool prediction, betting tips & odds

Kick-off: 1630, 09/10/2022

Stadium: Emirates Stadium

TV: Sky Sports

Arsenal have gone eight head-to-head meetings without beating Liverpool but are rated a clear form pick based on this season’s early form.

The Premier League leaders are playing with confidence, self-belief and a strong work ethic, whereas the Reds have yet to find any rhythm.

Punters can get 6/4 for a home win and that is our first Arsenal vs Liverpool prediction.

Arsenal Odds

Arsenal have won seven of their eight top-flight fixtures, with their best performance coming in last weekend’s 3-1 derby defeat of Tottenham.

The Gunners have also enjoyed a couple of Europa League victories after brushing aside Bodo Glimt 3-0 on Thursday night.

Mikel Arteta has been building a nice football team over the past few years, but the arrival of Gabriel Jesus has taken this side to a new level.

His hunger, desire and determination have clearly rubbed off on other players, pushing them to be more professional.

“I love his mentality,” Arteta told the club website. “It doesn’t matter how long he plays, when he plays, in which position. He always gives absolutely everything.

“You see his pressing when he goes on the pitch, it makes the team different. His energy as well.”

Jesus already has five Premier League goals to his credit in an Arsenal shirt and scored against Liverpool in each of the last two seasons for Manchester City.

Looking at the 11/4 for the Brazil striker to net in a home win here.

Last Arsenal EPL line-up: Ramsdale, White, Gabriel, Saliba, Partey, Saka, Odegaard, Xhaka, Zinchenko, Jesus, Martinelli.

Midfielders Mohamed Elneny (hamstring) and Emile Smith Rowe (groin) remain sidelined.

Liverpool Odds

Liverpool have only claimed two wins from seven top-flight fixtures and have picked up just a couple of points from three away games.

The below-par Reds were also hammered 4-1 when visiting Napoli in the Champions League.

Jurgen Klopp’s side received their latest wake-up call when drawing 3-3 with Brighton at Anfield last Saturday.

They were 2-0 down inside 20 minutes and, despite fighting back to hit the front, were guilty of more sloppy defending when Leandro Trossard completed his hat-trick late on.

Tuesday’s 2-0 Champions League win versus Rangers was a more controlled and composed display, which pleased Klopp.

“A really good defensive performance in a new structure and offensively we created an awful lot,” commented the head coach.

“The Rangers goalie had some really nice saves and we missed some other chances, but I liked it a lot.

“The criticism is completely fine. We are not over the moon about our situation, let me say it like this.

“But I saw a team fully committed. That is what I like a lot and that’s what we have to do.”

The Reds still have to show they can produce the same resolve on the road against higher-quality opposition, though.

On this season’s evidence, we like 17/2 for a 2-1 home victory as our final Arsenal vs Liverpool prediction.

Last Liverpool EPL line-up: Alisson, Van Dijk, Tsimikas, Matip, Alexander-Arnold, Fabinho, Thiago, Henderson, Carvalho, Firmino, Salah.

Liverpool’s Curtis Jones (shin) has returned to training. Fellow midfielder Arthur Melo (muscle) is likely to miss out again, as is left-back Andy Robertson (ankle).

Additional stats

Player statistic

Gabriel Martinelli
(Assist: Martin Ødegaard)
Goal 1'    
    6' Yellow card Luis Díaz
    34' Goal Darwin Núñez
(Assist: Luis Díaz)
Martin Ødegaard Yellow card 45+4'    
Bukayo Saka
(Assist: Gabriel Martinelli)
Goal 45+5'    
    53' Goal Roberto Firmino
(Assist: Diogo Jota)
    71' Yellow card Joe Gomez
Bukayo Saka Penalty 76'    

Match statistic

44
Possession
56
11
Total shots
8
7
Shots on target
3
1
Shots off target
2
3
Blocked shots
3
4
Corners
3
3
Offsides
6
11
Fouls
11

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