The Gunners will be hoping to continue their unbeaten run as they battle it out with Liverpool and this time they travel to Anfield for the game.
The north Londoners have not defeated Jurgen Klopp’s boys since 2012 and this could change with the current form of Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal.
The Reds lost their last match to West Ham United which saw them decline the table to the fourth position while West Ham United went up.
Below are the five famous wins the Gunners have had against the Anfield side.Liverpool 3-6 Arsenal – Quarter-Final, 2007 (League Cup)
5. Liverpool 3-6 Arsenal – Quarter-Final, 2007 (League Cup)
The last time that Arsenal confronted progressive excursions to Anfield in such fast progression was in mid 2007 when they confronted two outings to Liverpool in the two homegrown cup rivalries inside only three days. The second of those two matches was significantly more exceptional than the first (and the first was really unprecedented in quite a while own right, as we will see), as the north Londoners defeat the Reds by 6 goals to 3. The star entertainer was Baptista who created his main really important presentation during his time at the Gunners by scoring four of the Gunners six goals. From there on, ‘Julio Baptista fondly called the Beast’ demonstrated that he was more jackass than lion as his Gunners profession followed off significantly. For assisting with causing what was Liverpool’s most noticeably awful home loss in any contest in almost 80 years, he stays one of the additional interesting commentaries in the Emirates outfit’s long and recognized history.Liverpool 1-3 Arsenal – Third Round, 2007 (FA CUP)
4. Liverpool 1-3 Arsenal – Third Round, 2007 (FA CUP)
Three days sooner, it was no longer Julio Baptista on the commentary but rather the Gunners most prominent ever player, Henry, who annihilated the Reds at Anfield. For sure, it was apparently the absolute last time that Thierry Henry created a really breathtaking exhibition in a Gunners shirt, in light of the fact that under a half year after the fact he had been moved to Laliga side Barcelona, and the first and magnificent decade of achievement under Wenger reached a conclusion, to be trailed by the ‘Groundhog Decade’ of losses and dissatisfaction. Henry might have just scored one goal that evening, after Rosicky had scored the initial two, however it was one that each Gunners fan who saw it can in any case picture now, as he turned on his well known max engine propulsion to run away from Carragher and score the unequivocal third goal.Liverpool 1-2 Arsenal – Premier League 2003
3. Liverpool 1-2 Arsenal – Premier League 2003
Obviously, 2003/2004 was the Gunners Invincible season, when they turned into the very first team in English football since the late nineteenth century to go through a full first League season without losing a single match. Notwithstanding, there are two things concerning that really notable season that are frequently neglected, even by fans of the north London outfit. The first is that the season was significantly more amazing for what had promptly gone before it, in particular the late capitulation toward the finish of the 2002/2003 mission which in the long run permitted Man United to take the title from the Gunners’ hands directly at the passing. It is that disappointment that makes coming up next season’s undefeated mission much more amazing, as Wenger and his players energized such that lamentably his later groups demonstrated completely unequipped for.
The second is the way that the Gunners could undoubtedly have lost matches early that season, particularly in what has consistently been their two hardest away matches at Old Trafford and Anfield. At Old Trafford, van Nistelrooy broadly missed a somewhat late punishment that would have finished the Invincible lobby before it had truly started. Furthermore, at Anfield, not exactly a fortnight later, Kewell (who had reprimanded the Gunners to join Liverpool from Leeds that late spring) put Liverpool ahead, before a Hyypiä own-goal and a Pires champ gave the Gunners seemingly the most great away triumph in that generally vital of association crusades.Liverpool 0-2 Arsenal -Premier League 1992
2. Liverpool 0-2 Arsenal -Premier League 1992
Parlor is unquestionably not the best Gunners player ever, but rather he has the best at any point epithet for a north London outfit player, in particular ‘The Pele’, which barely edges David ‘The Lewisham Brazilian’ Rocastle, particularly as Rocastle was by and large known by the substantially more mundane ‘Rough;. In any case, when Parlor made his introduction for the Gunners at Anfield in January 1992, he was more similar to ‘The Baptista’ than ‘The Pele’, as he parted with a penalty in what was eventually an agreeable 2-0 home win for Liverpool.
Luckily for Ray Parlor, a little more than a half year after the fact, he vindicated himself totally, against a similar resistance and at a similar scene, as he at long last demonstrated that being known as ‘The Pele’ was not simply the most clever of comments. Ray Parlor put out up the two objectives, for Limpar and Wright, as the Gunners switched the scoreline and won 2-0. Accordingly, a legend, or if nothing else a genuinely incredible moniker, was conceived.iverpool 0, Arsenal 2 – First Division 26 May 1989
1. Liverpool 0, Arsenal 2 – First Division 26 May 1989
There are definitely no prizes for think about what game tops this rundown of the north Londoners wins at Anfield in light of the fact that it is the best game – and result – in the Gunners set of experiences. For more – without a doubt, significantly more – on the actual game, view this piece from ‘The Greatest’ series on the Gunners that we ran during lockdown.
Notwithstanding, what is likewise fascinating with regards to that match is the impact that it had on resulting the Gunners exhibitions at Anfield, which, most definitely, have commonly not been extraordinary. (Without a doubt, there are somewhat couple of features past the five games recorded here.) obviously, the incomparable Tony Adams knew why, thinking years after the fact that had spent all their karma on that one wonderful night in 1989, when Michael scored with the last kick of the game to give the old First Division title, in what is without a doubt the best finish to any football match ever.
Mikel Will be in Anfield to either make history or suffer defeat.
What are your thoughts and predictions for the match on Saturday?