Liverpool Vs Arsenal: 3 reasons why Arsenal will beat Liverpool in the game-week 3 of the Premier League to reach the top of the table.
Liverpool will face Arsenal in the third game-week of the Premier League, and they are the only two teams to obtain six out of six points in the two game-weeks played, with Liverpool leading the table with a minor goal difference.
However, tomorrow, either both will drop points or one of them will face the first defeat of their new Premier League campaign. Although, on paper, Liverpool looks strong to secure three points against the Gunners. Especially with the recent form and squad quality the Reds possess.
Furthermore, in the last eight matches Arsenal have failed to win against Liverpool even once, and on the other hand, the Reds have won four and rest ended up in draws.
Adding to it, Unai Emery’s side doesn’t have good memories at the Anfield, as the Gunners faced a 5-1 defeat in their last outing to the Merseyside in December.
However, the last season is a season to forget for the North London club, and the Gunners now do have certain reinforcements, which could land them a victory at a tough away game at the Anfield.
Moreover, Liverpool have shown few signs of vulnerability since they have faced Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup match, and with the lethal attack, Arsenal have right now, they can certainly damage the Kopites at their own den.
With this, in Liverpool Vs Arsenal, we list 3 reasons why Arsenal will beat Liverpool in the third game-week of the Premier League to top the table.
#1 Aubameyang and Lacazette
There is no doubt that Pierre-Emrick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette have been complementing each other ever since they have made their alliance in the Premier League to exploit defensive setups of the English teams.
Both the players had a great start to the league, with Aubameyang finding the net in both of the previous game-weeks and Lacazette also has started his goal-scoring tally after scoring against Burnley.
Even though Liverpool have the best defence in the world, the pair of Aubameyang and Lacazette can still damage the big red concrete wall.