Super Sunday! – Get free £50 in play bet on Liverpool v Arsenal

Its Liverpool v Arsenal later today, with Bet365 releasing a new free bets offer for all football fans on the big game.

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LIVERPOOL v ARSENAL – FREE BETS!

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Liverpool 9/5, draw 5/2, Arsenal 13/8
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Its definitely worthy of its ‘Super Sunday’ status as Premier League heavyweights meet at Anfield, as Liverpool take on Arsenal. Both these sides are struggling to find consistency in their form, and a defeat for either side would definitely put the pressure on.

Liverpool’s problems have already been well documented this season and they have already lost more games this year than they did in the whole of last season (7).

The Reds created plenty of chances in their 3-0 defeat against Man Utd last week, a defeat which would have hurt all at Anfield, but a win midweek in the Capital One Cup against Bournemouth will have boosted morale.

With Daniel Sturridge and Mario Balotelli out, Brendan Rogers will again look to play Raheem Sterling in a more advanced role, while Dejan Lovren is a doubt.

Likewise the Gunners are not having things their own way this season with some indifferent results and as with every season, Gunners fans are craving more silverware.

Five wins in their last six in all competitions, followed by a 4-1 home win over Newcastle will have boosted confidence in the camp, and with a world beater in Alexis Sanchez continuing his sparkling form, it should be a cracker at Anfield.

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As well as being the Editor in Chief of SqueakyBumTime, Bobby is also a Swansea City fan (before they reached the promised land).