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Super Saturday : Liverpool v Arsenal Odds – 9/2 Liverpool win or 11/2 Arsenal away win enhancement proves popular

Up to date team news, Liverpool v Arsenal odds and match preview, as Paddy Power announce they are enhancing the prices on todays game with Liverpool available to back at 9/2, while Arsenal are available at a massive 11/2.

Liverpool are valued as 11/10 favourites to beat Arsenal at Anfield as the hosts look to propel themselves back into the title race with a much needed three points.

LIVERPOOL v ARSENAL – ENHANCED ODDS

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Latest Odds: Liverpool 9/2, draw 11/4, Arsenal 11/2
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Liverpool have been in scintillating form since the start of the year and The Reds will look to carry this on against the league leaders as Arsenal begin one of their toughest runs of the season

The hosts find themselves in fourth place eight points behind the league leaders but a win would bring them much closer to title contention and put some much needed daylight between themselves and their European rivals.

Going into the clash, Liverpool will be without several of their top defenders as both Dan Agger and Mamadou Sakho are still recovering from hamstring and calf problems.

It will mean that Kolo Toure will start against his former side but will look to put the horrific error behind him that allowed West Brom to steal two points from Liverpool last weekend.

Since returning from injury, Daniel Sturridge has been in sensational form and his partnership with Luis Suarez has continued to stride forward with both players now scoring 37 goals between them.

Meanwhile, Arsenal find themselves sitting two points at the top of the table although The Gunners are set to begin a death run which includes facing Liverpool twice (also in FA Cup) as well as both Manchester United and Bayern Munich over the next fortnight.

For Arsene Wenger, the injury problems remain in the centre of the park where jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey will both be absent for the trip to Merseyside.

Vice-captain Mikel Arteta is expected to recover from a slight knock meaning that he will line-up alongside Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the midfield as the English retains his place after an impressive double against Crystal Palace last weekend

Although Arsenal will face one of the deadliest strikeforces in European football, The Gunners will be confident to know that they haven’t lost a game where Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny have lasted the entire game for over two years.

It means that the Saturday lunch-time kickoff will see a closely fought game in which both Liverpool and Arsenal know that the three points are essential if they want to be a serious threat in this year’s title picture.

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