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Arsenal v Liverpool: Klopp’s men good value to beat shaky Gunners

| 22.12.2017

Despite a 1-0 Carabao Cup victory at home to West Ham United on Wednesday night, Arsenal have been patchy of late.

Free-scoring Liverpool could well increase Arsene Wenger’s woes at the Emirates on Friday night.

The Reds have picked up four wins and a draw in their last five away games. In the process, they’ve registered a gobsmacking 19 goals.

Wenger’s men have scored in three of their last four Premier League games, but won just one of those. That means Liverpool to Win and Both Teams to Score looks a good call at 16/5.

Liverpool have been winning games in imperious fashion this term. Eleven of their last 12 wins in all competitions have been by a margin of two or more goals. That means the Liverpool -1 handicap looks cracking value at 17/4.

This fixture always seems to produce a flood of goals. Six of the previous seven meetings have produced four or more. Over 3.5 Goals can be backed at 5/4.

There’ll certainly be no shortage of attacking talent on the pitch.

Roberto Firmino has banged in six goals in his last eight outings. He’s also opened the scoring in each of his last two meetings with the Gunners. The Brazilian is 9/5 to Score Anytime, but we prefer him at 6/1 to be First Goalscorer.

For the hosts, Alexandre Lacazette has been on fire at home. The Frenchman has been patchy on the road, but scored seven league goals at The Emirates this term. He’s 13/10 to add to that tally Anytime.

If you fancy a real long shot, Liverpool won 4-3 on their last visit to this ground. A repeat scoreline in favour of the Merseysiders can be backed at a whopping 70/1.

In the Match Betting, our traders make Arsenal slight favourites at 7/5, with Liverpool 17/10 and 13/5 on offer for the Draw.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Dave Burin

Dave graduated with an MA in English Literature at Durham University, and worked in marketing before joining the Ladbrokes News team. A Man United fan and avid groundhopper, he’s also an ardent follower of Rugby League. You can usually find him at a ground near you, clutching a big cup of tea.