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Liverpool vs Arsenal preview, live streaming & TV listings from 160+ countries to watch on September 28, 2020

September 28, 2020 By Ali M.
The Reds and the Gunners will lock horns in a repeat of their recent Community Shield clash. This time, however, Anfield will be the venue, a stadium where the north London giants have struggled for many years. Live Soccer TV's preview gives you match facts, team news, and global broadcast listings for Liverpool vs Arsenal.

Preview – Liverpool vs Arsenal

Monday brings the Premier League fixture everyone's been waiting for from Matchday 3. Defending champions Liverpool will lock horns with Arteta's promising Arsenal side in what is the standout fixture of this round. Everyone eagerly awaits to see how this game fares: will the champions of England do what is expected and brush aside the Gunners or will Mikel make it three straight wins over Klopp when they meet at Anfield?

These two managers have crossed paths twice before, but never at Anfield. Their first encounter was back in mid-July at the Emirates Stadium. Despite the Reds enjoying most of the ball, it was the Gunners that emerged triumphant, winning 2-1 thanks to errors from Van Dijk and Alisson. They renewed their rivalry just over a month later, this time in the Community Shield, with the result ending in Arsenal's favor once again.

The north London giants produced a much-improved display at Wembley, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoring a worldie. The game would end 1-1 in normal time and thus need a penalty shootout to decide the winner, which the Gunners won. Since then, both sides have strengthened their squad – Liverpool have added Diogo Jota and midfield maestro Thiago Alcantara while Arsenal have signed Willian and the powerful center-back Gabriel Magalhães.

Both clubs boast a perfect start to the campaign but have endured shaky performances in one of the first two rounds. For Klopp's men, that came in the opening day clash with Leeds, with Van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold putting in unusual horror shows, allowing the newly-promoted side to score three times – Salah's hat-trick saved the Merseyside giants as the game ended 4-3 in their favor. As for Arteta's men, they struggled in their most recent Premier League fixture, a home clash with West Ham. Aubameyang and Co. had their back to the ropes for large portions of the game but just like Liverpool, they came away with a narrow victory, beating the Hammers 2-1.

This tie will be a huge fixture for both sides. For Liverpool, failure to win will seed doubt in their title defense while victory will give them a huge edge over fiercest rivals Man City given the Citizens 5-2 loss to Leicester. For Arsenal, defeat could derail the momentum behind Arteta's side while a third straight triumph will prove to all the doubters that the Gunners' young and inexperienced tactician means business. Make sure to tune in to this fixture.

Team news

Liverpool: The home side will be without influential captain Jordan Henderson as he has not fully recovered from the injury that forced him off the pitch in last weekend's 2-0 victory over Chelsea. In his stead, Thiago should get his first Premier League start. Elsewhere, Joe Gomes is expected to feature, having returned to training, but if he is not deemed fit enough, Fabinho will easily deputize.

Arsenal: The Gunners have received a huge boost in the return of Kieran Tierney. The Scottish full-back missed out on the West Ham fixture due to a late hip issue and his absence was felt throughout the game. Whether he is fully fit to start is uncertain but the odds favor the left-back. Aubameyang, Willian, and Xhaka should be back in the lineup after sitting out the 2-0 Carabao Cup victory over Leicester. However, the likes of Sokratis, Mustafi, Cedric, Mari, Chambers, Martinelli, and Emile Smith Rowe all remain injured.

Key stats

  • The stats don't read well for Arsenal as they have only won one of their last 10 Premier League encounters with Liverpool (D4, L5) and that was the recent 2-1 triumph at the Emirates Stadium last season.

  • The Reds have won their last four home league clashes with the north London giants but it should be noted that they have not won more than four in a row since 1981-1988 when they enjoyed seven consecutive Anfield victories over Arsenal.

  • The London giants have not beaten the defending Premier League champions since their 1-0 triumph over Leicester back in April 2017.

  • The Reds are unbeaten in their last 60 English to-flight home matches (W49, D11), last losing at Anfield in the Premier League in April 2017.

Where to watch Liverpool vs Arsenal live on September 28, 2020

Liverpool-Arsenal kick off at 09:30 PST/12:30 EST/16:30 GMT/18:30 CET

USA: SiriusXM FC, Peacock

Australia: Optus Sport

Canada: DAZN

UK: BBC Radio 5 Live, SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Ultra HD, Sky Sports Main Event

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

Liverpool 3 - 1 Arsenal

September 28, 2020 3:00pmAnfield (Liverpool)

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