Match Preview: Liverpool vs Arsenal
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|Average Statistics 2011 – 2012||Liverpool||Arsenal|
|Time first goal scored||38 mins||31 mins|
|Time first goal conceded||62 mins||40 mins|
Arsenal to win:
William Hill are offering odds of 14/5 for the Gunners to win away at Anfield.
Skybet are offering the best odds at 5/2.
Liverpool to win:
William Hill & Paddypower are offering odds of 11/10 for Liverpool to win at home.
allArsenal’s Special Bet:
allArsenal’s Special Bet: Correct score: Liverpool 1 Arsenal 2 = 11/1
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See below for some more match facts
Liverpool 1 Arsenal 2
Paddypower = 11/1
Skybet = 11/1
William Hill = 11/1
This is Liverpool’ joint-worst tally of points after 12 home matches of a season in the Premier League era (20).
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Arsenal have kept just three clean sheets in their last 20 Premier League away matches.
If Arsenal avoid defeat, it will be the first time they have gone five consecutive league games without a loss away at Anfield.
Liverpool’s victory at the Emirates back in August ended a run of eight Premier League games without a win for Liverpool against Arsenal.
More Match Facts
There have been six 90th minute or later goals scored in the last six league matches between Liverpool and Arsenal.
Six of the last nine Premier League games between Liverpool and Arsenal have ended as draws.
The Reds are one of two teams who haven’t lost a home league game this season, but they have drawn eight and won only four of their 12 matches at Anfield.
There have been three own goals and two penalties scored in the last five league meetings between the Reds and the Gunners.
The Reds have the worst chance conversion rate of any team in the Premier League, scoring with just 8.6% of shots.
There have been three red cards in the last three Premier League games between Arsenal and Liverpool.
Stats from opta/Uk Eurosport