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When Arsenal and Liverpool play at Anfield on Sunday afternoon, they will be nearing the end of their chase for the Premier League title.


Arsenal lead second-placed Manchester City by eight points with nine matches left, but Pep Guardiola's team has a match in hand.


After a forgettable start to the season, Liverpool is in the middle of the table, 29 points behind Arsenal.


At Stamford Bridge on Tuesday, the game between Jurgen Klopp's team and Chelsea, who are known for not doing well, ended in a scoreless tie. Both teams missed a lot of chances.


The Reds lost three consecutive games before Tuesday's tie, making it their fourth straight loss in all competitions.


In the grand scheme of things, Liverpool has only been able to win 12 of its 28 Premier League matches this year, while also collecting seven draws and nine defeats.


During the season, Liverpool has battled to be consistent, yet they've got a history of responding to challenges in strong games played at Anfield.


Arsenal, on the other hand, is coming into the game after two straight 4-1 wins against Leeds United and Crystal Palace.


Over three goals were scored in six of Arsenal's triumphs, and they've currently won all seven of their Premier League games while recording three clean sheets.


Amazingly, Mikel Arteta's team has won 23 games while only losing three of its 29 league contests this year.


As a consequence, Arsenal is on track to win the Premier League for the first time since Arsene Wenger guided stars like Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp to victory in 2003–04.


Head-to-head: In the last meeting between the two teams, in October, Arsenal defeated Liverpool 3-2, thanks to a brace from Bukayo Saka at the Emirates.


Still, Liverpool has beaten Arsenal in four of their last five Premier League games. In three of those wins, Liverpool kept a clean sheet.


Team updates: Naby Keita and Stefan Bajcetic are out for Liverpool, while Luis Diaz, Virgil van Dijk, and Thiago Alcantara are questionable for Sunday.


William Saliba, Eddie Nketiah, Takehiro Tomiyasu, and Mohamed Elneny are all likely to miss the Easter weekend games for Arsenal.


Even though Liverpool are expected to give it their all, Arsenal should have enough weapons to win at Anfield.

How to watch Liverpool vs Arsenal live in Kenya

  • beIN Sports
  • DSTV
  • Canal+
  • K24 Plus


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