While the Reds have the third-best home record in the Premier League this season, away from home, Klopp's men are on par with relegation-battling Southampton and Leicester.

Liverpool's struggles this season continue, with the Reds currently sitting eighth in the table, seven points adrift of the top four.

While injuries have played their part, Klopp's men have failed to impress on the pitch all season, with their away form being particularly horrible.

The Merseyside giants are currently on 43 points, with 30 of them coming at Anfield. In fact, Salah and Co. boast the third-best home record in the league this season, with only Arsenal and Manchester City outperforming them this term.

However, away from home, Liverpool rank 12th in terms of points won, level with Leicester and Southampton sides that are fighting relegation. The club's last two games were proof of this, with Klopp's men visiting Man City and Chelsea over the past few days and picking up only a point.

At the Etihad Stadium, Liverpool were torn apart 4-1 while the Stamford Bridge visit ended in a drab 0-0 draw, with the Blues missing several opportunities to win the game. Speaking after that stalemate, Andy Robertson opened up about his side's woes away from home and admitted that he and his teammates have let everyone down with their performances on the road.

"We've struggled away from home and if we could put our finger on it, we'd have fixed it by now," the left-back said, as per the Daily Mail

"From now till the end, we need to put that right and next season, we're going to need to fix that if we want to be competing for anything, because you have to pick up points on the road and that's where we've let ourselves down massively this year,"

Fortunately for Liverpool, who are on a three-game winless streak in the Premier League, their next game will be at Anfield. However, that's where their luck ends as their opponent will be league leaders Arsenal.

Klopp's men have already lost to the Gunners this season, going 3-2 down at the Emirates Stadium. Additionally, while a top-four finish doesn't appear likely, it's also not completely out of the equation, meaning this is a must-win game for the Reds.

The North London giants, on the other hand, are chasing their first title in 19 years and cannot afford a slip-up given how relentless Manchester City have been in their past few games.