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Best Odds for Arsenal v Liverpool

Arsenal v Liverpool

By DAVE ANDERSON, 03/11/2018.

The Premier League match most of us will be betting on this Saturday is the top-of-the-table clash between Arsenal and Liverpool that's kicking-off at 17:30 at the Emirates.

We've got British Bookmakers best odds for Arsenal v Liverpool below, a match preview, and the betting offers to take advantage of if you're having a punt on the game.

Arsenal v Liverpool: Best Odds

Check out the best odds that online bookmakers offer for an Arsenal win (H), a win for Liverpool (A), or a draw (D) below. Use the ALL ODDS tab to view more bookmakers odds.

Saturday 3rd November

NB: Bookmakers best odds for Arsenal v Liverpool correct at the time this match preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 04:29 on 03/11/2018.

Arsenal v Liverpool: Betting Offers

As well as bookmakers best odds, we've also listed the betting offers that you can use for Saturday's late kick-off Premier League match between Arsenal and Liverpool.

Arsenal v Liverpool will be broadcast live on BT Sport at 17:30 on Saturday November 3rd.

Arsenal v Liverpool: Preview

Arsenal welcome Liverpool to the Emirates for Saturday evening’s Premier League action, and with only 4 points separating these two title contenders, there’s everything to play for!

Bookmakers offer Liverpool favourites to win, and given Klopp’s side are undefeated in their last 6 matches against Arsenal, it’s no wonder they are expected to take 3 points from this fixture.

This will be the 225th meeting between Arsenal and Liverpool, with online bookmakers favourites for this match; Liverpool, having had more success than Arsenal.

The last Premier League clash ended in a draw last December, and although Liverpool won the previous 3 matches, Arsenal haven’t beaten Liverpool in the Premier League since April 2015.

Arsenal may have had a strong winning run that recently ended after a draw against Crystal Palace, so they're definitely capable of beating Liverpool, but it certainly won’t be easy.

In the lead up to this highly anticipated match, we've taken a look at each teams form, how each manager is performing, and if there are any player injuries for them to contend with.

After a shaky start against Man City and Chelsea, Unai Emery’s Arsenal side have gone on to have a much stronger run with 7 wins out of their last 10 matches.

Arsenal come into the Liverpool match sitting in 4th place, and just 4 points behind league leaders Man City and their rivals in this match Liverpool.

This is the first major team that Arsenal will have faced since losing their 2 opening matches, and a victory would see them close that gap to 1 point and put them in a much stronger position.

Unfortunately Arsenal are dealing with quite a few injured players, with Hector Bellerin Emery’s biggest injury concern, after he picked up an injury against Crystal Palace last Sunday.

Their defence could also struggle against Liverpool's attack, and there will be a lot of pressure, with Monreal, Kolasinac, Mavropanos and Koscielny also possibly missing the match.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is on fire at the moment, having scored 7 goals this season.

If he can put a couple of goals past Liverpool, Arsenal could walk away with a win and narrow the gap before they play Wolverhampton and Bournemouth in their next 2 fixtures.

Bookmakers offer Liverpool as the favourites to win this outing, and given they haven’t lost a match so far this season, there is absolutely no reason why they can’t beat Arsenal - especially with Bellerin missing from the Arsenal line up.

Jürgen Klopp’s men are 2nd in the table following a magnificent 4-1 victory against Cardiff last weekend, but they really need a win if they're to contend with Man City for the top spot.

A win would also see them further extend the points gap with Arsenal, but also keep up with Man City who are facing Southampton this weekend and are expecting yet another 3 points!

Luckily Liverpool don’t have too many injuries to deal with, and could pull a win out of the bag before they face Fulham and Watford and then Everton in the Merseyside Derby.

Unfortunately Henderson, Keita and Oxlade-Chamberlain look set to miss the match but Klopp has a strong squad to choose from for Saturday's match at the Emirates.

Arsenal v Liverpool: Stats

Arsenal and Liverpool have played each other a total of 224 times with Liverpool the team with the upper hand having won 86 of the fixtures, compared to 78 wins for Arsenal.

The last Premier League match between these two sides actually occurred last year on December 22nd with the match ending all square at 3-3 after 90 minutes.

Liverpool led 2-0 through Coutinho and Salah before Arsenal scored 3 goals in 5 minutes via Sánchez, Xhaka and Özil only for Firmino to score in the 71st minute to tie the match.

Arsenal haven't actually managed to beat Liverpool in the last 6 Premier League matches they've plaid them, with Liverpool winning on 3 occasions and 3 matches ending in draws.

The last match where Arsenal played Liverpool at home at the Emirates and won, was on the 4th of April back in 2015 with the match ending 4-1 to the Gunners.

This was the biggest win that Arsenal have had over Liverpool in the Premier League and was made possible thanks to goals by Bellerin, Özil, Sánchez and Giroud.

The highest score that Liverpool have ever beaten Arsenal by in the Premier League was the 5-1 win on the 8th of February in 2014 when they played in front of 44,701 people at Anfield.

Arsenal's: Form

Looking at the last 5 fixtures that Arsenal have played in all competitions, they've won 4, drawn 1, with 0 losses scoring a total of 14 goals (2.8 goals per game) and conceding 4 times.


Crystal Palace 2 - 2 Arsenal
Sporting Lisbon 0 - 1 Arsenal
Arsenal 3 - 1 Leicester
Fulham 1 - 5 Arsenal
Qarabag 0 - 3 Arsenal

Liverpool's: Form

Liverpool's record over their last 5 matches in all competitions is won 3, drawn 1, and lost 1. They've scored less than Arsenal, 9 in total (1.8 goals per game) but also conceded less (2).


Liverpool 4 - 1 Cardiff City
Liverpool 4 - 0 Crvena Zvezda
Huddersfield 0 - 1 Liverpool
Liverpool 0 - 0 Man City
Napoli 1 - 0 Liverpool