Arsenal v Liverpool Odds – 3/1 on both teams to score attracts attention in FA Cup clash at Emirates
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Liverpool and Arsenal will meet again later today with last weekend’s stunning 5-1 success still fresh in everyone’s mind.
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The Reds entered the title race with a bang as they torn the Gunners to pieces in a blistering opening period however progress in the FA Cup is on the table this weekend.
The Reds followed up the win over Arsenal with a gritty come-from-behind 3-2 win over Fulham while the Gunners dropped further points as they could only draw at home to Manchester United.
In recent years Arsenal have endured February and March’s to forget and following the heavy defeat at Anfield and the draw with United, Gunners fans will be worried especially with Bayern Munich up next.
Despite what be deemed a bad week for the Arsenal and their fans the club are still in the cup and are just one point behind league leaders Chelsea.
Both teams are likely to make changes for the game with Daniel Agger ready to return at the heart of the defence in place of Kolo Toure while Glen Johnson is also available and likely to feature.
Jose Enrique, Lucas and Mamadou Sakho are all nearing return. Joao Texeria made his debut against Fulham midweek and could play some part while Iago Aspas and Luis Alberto are also pushing to be involved.
Arsenal will be missing Theo Walcott, Abou Diaby, Kim Kallstrom and Aaron Ramsey meaning that Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will again be prominent on Sunday.
Matthieu Flamini returns after a three match suspension and he is likely to come straight into the squad especially after the way Liverpool exploited Mikel Arteta last weekend.
The former AC Milan man is set to offer the Arsenal back four more protection meaning that Philippe Coutinho will be less influential then he was at Anfield, and this battle will be one of the key match-ups.
Lukas Podolski was unused substitute midweek and he will hope to feature especially as Oliver Giroud once again drew a blank.
Sunday’s game promises to be a very different affair with a repeat of Liverpool’s runaway success unlikely.