Liverpool: how to watch, live stream, updates, odds


Arsenal v Liverpool: A pair of Premier League top four outside contenders face off on Saturday at the Emirates Stadium (Watch live at 3 p.m. ET, on NBCSN and online via


After the end of the international break, Arsenal and Liverpool have nine games to close the nine- and five-point gap between them and fourth-placed Chelsea to qualify for the UEFA Champions League next season. Of course, Liverpool could win the UCL this season to qualify for next season and Arsenal could also win the Europa League to qualify.

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Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Arsenal – Liverpool with team news, live analysis odds, a stream link and more.

Emirates Stadium Live Analysis – Joe Prince-Wright in North London

To analyse

FULLTIME! What a victory for Liverpool to strengthen their four best prospects. The Klopp boys dominated from start to finish. Arsenal were sad and looked afraid to attack.

CHANCES! Great opportunities for Salah but Leno saves, while Mane comes close twice and is expected to lead the TAA’s incredible free kick.

82nd minute: GOAL !!! Jota scores again after Alexander-Arnold manages to get the ball superbly. Game. Together. Correspond.

75th minute: Liverpool totally dominate this. Arsenal have no idea how to move forward.

68th minute: GOAL !!! Liverpool in control. Mohamed Salah cuts from the right, takes advantage of an error by Gabriel and nutmeg Leno. Naughty final. Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool. Game over? Surely.

64th minute: GOALLLL! It only took him a few minutes. Jota brings home a superb cross from Alexander-Arnold as Holding has it all wrong. What a ball and what a finish! Liverpool rightly leads 1-0.

60th minute: Elneny for Ceballos for Arsenal, while Diogo Jota is for Robertson. Milner goes to the left back. Very rare luck for Arsenal, because Cédric smashes on goal but Alisson saves easily.

50th minute: The second half is underway and Liverpool continue to dominate possession. Arsenal touched Liverpool’s penalty area four times in the first half. Four.

THOUGHTS AT HALF-TIME: Arsenal did nothing at all and Liverpool missed some big opportunities to open the scoring. Jurgen Klopp will be really happy with this posting. Salah looks good and Milner should have put the Reds 1-0. You feel like it will be a one-goal game. Arsenal have just sat down and don’t want this to be an open game.

35th minute: It should be 1-0 at Liverpool. After a good game at the bottom right, the ball finds James Milner on the edge of the box… but he smashes widely. The Liverpool bench in front of me was already celebrating. A great luck will beg for Liverpool.

31st minute: Liverpool dominated the last 15 minutes, as Firmino turned and fired a nice shot right next to it. Klopp loves this display. Can they go ahead before half-time? Arsenal have their first effort, as Pepe obediently walks towards goal, but that wouldn’t have mattered as Aubameyang was offside.

20th minute: Klopp shouts “keeeeep goingggg” at the top of his lungs. Liverpool dominate possession and Salah and Firmino team up well.

15th minute: Liverpool have finally woken up. Milner and Fabinho have shots from outside the box that both fly around a yard wide. Klopp applauds both efforts.

Images and sounds: With no fans in the stadium, you can hear the trains roaring towards Euston not far from here. In the 7th minute, chants of “Rocky, Rocky, Rocky Rocastle” were played over the speakers at Emirates Stadium in honor of David Rocastle. Pleasant moment.

TO START UP! Arsenal’s brilliant start here as Arteta urges Aubameyang to keep pressing high. Klopp yelling “moveeee” against his Liverpool players. Just like that Snickers ad.

We are ready to go! Klopp and Liverpool seem enthusiastic. Can they close the gap on Chelsea in the battle for the top four?

Intriguing starting compositions for both clubs. Xhaka, Saka and Smith Rowe are missing for Arsenal, while Firmino is back for Liverpool.

Also: Calum Chambers are now Arsenal’s starting lineup with Cédric and Bellerin on the bench. Who saw it coming !?

Hello and welcome to a slightly chilly spring evening here at Emirates Stadium!

Preamble, via Andy Edwards:

“The Gunners find themselves in the midst of a relatively positive and calm moment, in a season that can only be described as something other than positive or calm. It wasn’t until January, four full months after the start of the 2020-21 season, that Arsenal achieved their first three-game unbeaten streak as they reached seven before the end of the month. Next are three more losses in four games to start February, followed by the Gunners’ current four-game streak with alternating wins and draws.

“When it comes to Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp’s side find themselves perpetually stuck in a free fall that seems to have started years ago, but actually started just before the start of the new year. beat Crystal Palace 7-0 on December 19, Liverpool have won just four of the 15 Premier League games (4V-3D-8D). Despite losing center-backs Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip for the rest This season, the Reds’ defense has hardly been the problem in recent weeks. The back-to-back 1-0 defeats, to Chelsea and Fulham, have seen Liverpool fail to create and / or convert scoring chances in any way that you wouldn’t expect them to. Arsenal won’t be generous in their own defensive third, which could be another frustrating day for Klopp and Co.

Team news: Arsenal v Liverpool (INJURY REPORT)


OUT: Bukayo Saka (thigh), Emile Smith Rowe (quad), Granit Xhaka (undisclosed), David Luiz (knee)


OUT: Virgil van Dijk (knee – absent for the season), Joel Matip (ankle – absent for the season), Joe Gomez (knee – absent for the season), Jordan Henderson (adductor), Divock Origi (undisclosed), Caoimhin Kelleher (abdomen)

Jurgen Klopp has confirmed Roberto Firmino will return from injury, while captain Jordan Henderson is set to step up his comeback and Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez are still focused on their commitments with their club.

“Police officer [Firmino] is back, ”Klopp said. “Everyone else no and I have no idea what the Euro is. They’re all where they should be right now. I don’t have any bad news or good news. Jordan isn’t here. right now he can’t train, he’ll be training in the next few days or weeks, that’s for sure.

Ends and ends (Full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)

Arsenal (+210) | Liverpool (+120) | Mintage (+245)

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A low scoring affair with Arsenal narrowly taking the points. It won’t be pretty, but it will be effective – and that’s the new Arsenal. Arsenal 1-0 Liverpool.

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Kick-off: Saturday at 3 p.m. ET
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