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The big game on Sunday see’s 6th place Arsenal make the trip to the North West to face out of sorts Liverpool, currently 11th in the table.
The Gunners will be out to build on their impressive 4-1 win over Newcastle last time out while the Reds will be keen to atone for their 3-0 defeat to Manchester United.
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Liverpool could include Mamadou Sakho and Lazar Markovic in their line-ups are impressive performances in the midweek win over Bournemouth. The club sealed a Carling Cup semi-final clash with Chelsea with a 3-1 win over the Championship league leaders.
A brace from Raheem Sterling, criticism in the wake of his prolifiaacy against Manchester United along with a first goal for Markovic sealed the win.
Markovic played in a left wing back role and he could be retained after a strong game that also included some incisive passing and crossing. Sakho meanwhile came on at half time for the injured Dejan Lovren and looked strong at the back.
Lovren is expected to be missing this weekend due to a groin injury and will join the likes of Daniel Sturridge, Glen Johnson and Jon Flanagan on the sidelines.
Brad Jones is expected to keep his place in goal ahead of Simon Mignolet while Mario Balotelli is
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is set to be fit to face the Res despites suffering a slight groin strain against Newcastle last time out. Having the England midfielder available will be a welcome boost for Arsene Wenger especially with the likes of Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Mesut Ozil and Mikel Arteta all set to be missing.
The Gunners will be without Laurent Koscielny for the trip to Anfield with Callum Chambers, available again following suspension, likely to deputize.
That should mean Matthiew Debuchy will revert to his normal right back spot with Hector Bellerin dropping to the bench. Theo Walcott is also expected to return after a recent groin injury.
The game kicks off from Anfield on Sunday 21st December 16:00.