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Head to Head
Premier League (EPL) 2 Nov 2013 Arsenal FC 2 – Liverpool 0
Premier League (EPL) 30 Jan 2013 Arsenal FC 2 – Liverpool 2
Premier League (EPL) 2 Sep 2012 Liverpool 0 – Arsenal FC 2
Premier League (EPL) 3 Mar 2012 Liverpool 1 – Arsenal FC 2
Premier League (EPL) 20 Aug 2011 Arsenal FC 0 – Liverpool 2
2 Feb 2014 West Bromwich Albion 1 – Liverpool 1 EPL
28 Jan 2014 Liverpool 4 – Everton 0 EPL
25 Jan 2014 Bournemouth 0 – Liverpool 2 FA
18 Jan 2014 Liverpool 2 – Aston Villa 2 EPL
12 Jan 2014 Stoke City 3 – Liverpool 5 EPL
2 Feb 2014 Arsenal FC 2 – Crystal Palace 0 EPL
28 Jan 2014 Southampton 2 – Arsenal FC 2 EPL
24 Jan 2014 Arsenal FC 4 – Coventry 0 FA
18 Jan 2014 Arsenal FC 2 – Fulham 0 EPL
13 Jan 2014 Aston Villa 1 – Arsenal FC 2 EPL
Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge have played 11 Barclays Premier League games together this season and the only team to stop them both scoring is Arsenal.
Santi Cazorla has scored in two of his three Barclays Premier League appearances against Liverpool.
Arsenal v Liverpool has seen five hat-tricks scored; the most trebles of any fixture in Premier League history.
Liverpool have won just one of their last 13 Premier League games against Arsenal (W1 D7 L5) and none of the last six at Anfield (W0 D3 L3).
Arsenal have trailed in five of the last six Premier League games against Liverpool at Anfield and come back to win two and draw three of those five where they fell behind.
Arsenal have won six and lost none of their last seven Premier League games and netted exactly two goals in each of the last five.
The Gunners were the last team to stop Liverpool from scoring in the Premier League (Nov 2nd 2013), with the Reds netting 41 goals in their 14 games since.
There have been four 90th minute or later goals in the last five Premier League meetings between Liverpool and Arsenal at Anfield.
Only Arsenal (6) have conceded fewer goals on home soil than Liverpool (8) this season in the Premier League.
Wojciech Szczesny has kept more clean sheets than any other goalkeeper in the Premier League this season (11).
If PL games ended at half-time, Liverpool would be top by one point. However, if PL games only included the second half, Liverpool would be 8th and 19 points off the top.
Liverpool 1 v 2 Arsenal
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Note: Stats from Opta