Jurgen Klopp and his men will travel to the Emirates Stadium to take on Mikel Arteta’s squad in what is set up to be an exciting and dramatic clash.
Both squads have won all their last five matches with Arsenal finally making it back into the top four and with a hope of a Champions League spot.
The Gunners have been teetering on the edge of the top four, competing with Manchester United and West Ham United to try and secure their place higher up the order.
Meanwhile, Liverpool are eager to win the Premier League title again after their success during the 2019/20 campaign, with current leaders Manchester City having regained their crown last season.
City were previously enjoying a comfortable gap between the second closest rivals, but Klopp and his squad are edging closer and closer, sitting just four points behind with a game in hand.
Both teams will be eager to impress in order to solidify their spots, both within the top four and as title contenders.
Speaking in today’s press conference (Tuesday 15 March 2022), Klopp said he hoped to be ‘as annoying as possible. We have to win our games’.
“It’s final after final after final that we play. We’re not ten points ahead with 10 to go. It’s in front of us - attack it, chase it, go for it. It’s the only chance we have.”
The odds may be in Liverpool’s favour as they take on the Gunners but there is no time for complacency if they are to catch up with Pep Guardiola’s team.
Arteta, however, is fully aware of what strength it will take for the Gunners to take on the Reds, explaining: “Being able to beat the most in-form team in the country would be really, really big so that’s the aim tomorrow.”
Liverpool have not long won the EFL Cup after winning 11-10 on penalties against Chelsea and are through to the quarter final of the UEFA Champions League.
Fighting for the Premier League is yet another title that they hope to achieve in the 2021/22 season.
Here is all you need to know about how to follow Arsenal and Liverpool’s clash.
When is Arsenal v Liverpool?
The two sides will face each other on Wednesday 16 March 2022.
Where is the match being played?
Liverpool will travel to the Emirates Stadium, London, to play Arsenal.
What time is kick off?
The match is scheduled to kick off at 8.15pm GMT.
How to watch Arsenal v Liverpool
The match will be available to watch on Sky Sports Main Event/Premier League in the UK.
Sky Sports packages start at around £40/month.
Coverage for the match will begin at 7.30pm GMT.
What’s the team news?
Arsenal suffered no injuries in their 2-0 win over Leicester on Sunday with Emile Smith Rowe healthy enough to appear from the subs bench.
Takehiro Tomiyasu is the only player to still be absent with a calf problem.
Liverpool do not have such luck. During Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Brighton, Mohamed Salah was forced off the pitch with a foot problem and remains a doubt for Liverpool’s clash tomorrow.
Arsenal: Ramsdale, Tierney, Gabriel, White, Cedric, Xhaka, Partey, Smith Rowe, Odegaard, Pepe, Lacazette
Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson, Henderson, Fabinho, Thiago, Jota, Mane, Diaz
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