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ARSENAL are facing Liverpool in a huge clash on Sunday with the overperformers facing the underperformers in the Premier League TODAY.

The Gunners will be aiming to go back to the top of the Premier League, with Man City leapfrogging them with a win over Southampton.

We'll be bringing you all the latest updates right here with the team news imminent.

  • Start time: 4:30pm UK
  • TV/Live stream: Sky Sports Main Event
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  • Liverpool XI: Team to follow…

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  • Kieran Davies

    Jota enjoying facing Gunners

    Diogo Jota has scored six goals in eight Premier League appearances against Arsenal, including five in four for the Reds.

    Jota is averaging a goal every 67 minutes against the Gunners.

    This is the best ratio of any player in Premier League history to play at least 200 minutes against them.

  • Kieran Davies

    Gunners making Emirates a fortress

    Arsenal have won seven successive Premier League home games, including four this season.

    However, they have gone nine top-flight matches without a clean sheet since March's 2-0 victory against Leicester.

    Arteta will be keen for his side to address their poor record against Liverpool of late.

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  • Kieran Davies

    Klopp keen to stop the rot

    Liverpool could fail to win any of their opening four Premier League away matches for the first time since 2010/11 under Roy Hodgson.

    They have dropped points in five of their seven top-flight fixtures this season.

    Jurgen Klopp's side have the worst first-half record in the division. They have trailed at the break in five of their seven games and have failed to score a first-half goal in their three away fixtures.

  • Kieran Davies

    Mikel keeping players grounded

    The Arsenal manager was asked whether today is a chance for his team to make a statement:

    Every game is the same. Obviously, it's a big match. It's a fixture that everybody's looking for, against an opponent that has shown in the last five or six years the level that they have. And we have to show those opponents again that we have reached the level and we are ready to compete against them.

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  • Kieran Davies

    Gunners reaching heady heights

    Arsenal’s tally of 21 points after eight matches represents their third-best start to a Premier League season.

    They have twice had 22 points at this stage, finishing second in 2005 and third in 2008.

    The Gunners returned to the top of the table last weekend as they beat fierce rivals Tottenham 3-1 with goals from Gabriel Jesus, Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka.

  • Kieran Davies

    Welcome to Arsenal vs Liverpool

    Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal entertain Liverpool at The Emirates with The Gunners looking to go back to the top of the Premier League table, with the visitors hoping to return to winning ways after drawing their last two fixtures.

    Arteta made eight changes for his side’s victory in the Europa League in midweek, with Zinchenko rested after missing training on Wednesday due to a calf injury.

    The Ukraine full-back should be fit enough to replace Kieran Tierney at left-back today.

    Despite another good performance, Fabio Viera is expected to be back on the bench with Martin Odegaard likely to return to the centre of midfield.

    Emile Smith Rowe and Mohamed Elneny are expected to remain sidelined with muscle injuries.

    Liverpool are without midfielders Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Arthur due to injury although Curtis Jones has returned to training and should be available.

    Ibrahima Konate has recovered from his knee injury to make the bench against Rangers but Klopp isn’t expected to make any defensive changes with Andrew Robertson still out due to his own knee issue.

    The big dilemma for Jurgen Klopp is whether to bring Fabinho back in, switching to a more defensive formation.

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