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Arsenal v Liverpool: Odds, predictions, team news & more

Liverpool could land a major blow in the Premier League title race, while Arsenal could reignite their hopes of finishing in top spot when the pair meet at the Emirates on Sunday.

Since Jurgen Klopp announced he would be departing the club in the summer, Liverpool have recorded a 5-2 win over Norwich and a 4-1 success against Chelsea and, on current form, his long goodbye could be a gilded one. 

Liverpool are 40/1 for a potential quadruple but after a recent slump, Arsenal also seem to be getting things together.

They too can still win the league, as well as the Champions League, but it could be a familiar tale in what has been a frustrating few months for Mikel Arteta's men.

Arsenal v Liverpool odds

Arsenal - 5/4
Draw - 13/5
Liverpool - 2/1


TV channel and how to watch Arsenal v Liverpool

The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

Arsenal v Liverpool kick-off time and venue

The game will be played at the Emirates Stadium with a kick-off time of 16:30 GMT on Sunday 4th February 2024.

Arsenal v Liverpool predictions

Liverpool to win @ 2/1

Arsenal are in the title mix for the second-straight season but there are doubts about how far they can go after a stuttering few months.

The Gunners ended a run of three straight defeats in all competitions by beating Crystal Palace 5-0 on 20th January and backed it up with Tuesday's 2-1 victory at Nottingham Forest. 

Arteta will see this game as a chance for his players to prove themselves and a win on Sunday would move them within two points of Liverpool. 

However, the Merseysiders will take heart from their recent 2-0 FA Cup victory at the Emirates, a game in which Arsenal had the better of the play but failed to take their chances. 

Liverpool currently look like a more confident unit than they did that day and the way they swatted Chelsea aside will have worried their rivals. 

It would, therefore, not be a surprise to see them cede possession for spells of Sunday's game before striking on the break and claiming a crucial three points.

Diogo Jota Anytime Goalscorer @ 12/5

With Mohamed Salah first away at the Africa Cup of Nations and now injured, Darwin Nunez has made headlines regarding the Reds' attacking play. 

However, for all his efforts, the Uruguayan's finishing has been a main talking point, as he has hit the woodwork a Premier League-high nine times this season, including from the penalty spot against the Blues. 

That has allowed his colleague Diogo Jota's efforts to go under the radar and the Portuguese has netted four times in as many games. 

The 27-year-old also has an excellent record at the Emirates, averaging a goal or assist every 41 minutes in his five appearances for Liverpool at the ground (five goals, two assists). 

Jota's recent numbers have rendered him almost undroppable and if Klopp looks to play on the break, the former Wolves man could be the perfect player to execute his plans.

Arsenal team news

Thomas Partey is likely to miss out after suffering a setback in his recovery from a thigh injury, while Takehiro Tomiyasu remains on international duty with Japan at the Asian Cup. 

Gabriel Jesus looks set to be fit following a minor knee issue.

Liverpool team news

Liverpool will hand a late fitness test to Darwin Nunez due to a foot injury he picked up against Chelsea but Alexis Mac Allister is expected to be fit despite a knock to his knee. 

Similar to Tomiyasu, Wataru Endo is still with Japan and Stefan Bajcetic (hip), Mohamed Salah (hamstring) and Kostas Tsimikas (collarbone) are all unavailable.

Arsenal v Liverpool stats

Sunday’s match will be the fifth fixture in English league history to be played 200 times.

Premier League games between these sides have produced 186 goals, a record for the division.

Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 15 Premier League games and have lost just two of the last 17 league meetings between the pair, although both victories came at the Emirates.


Arsenal wins82
Liverpool wins95

This article was written by a partner sports writer via Spotlight Sports Group. All odds displayed on this page were correct at the time of writing and are subject to withdrawal or change at any time.

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