Liverpool are hoping to avoid a fifth consecutive game without a win when they host English Premier League leaders Arsenal on Sunday.
The reds are coming off a barren draw with Chelsea, leaving them in 8th place with 43 points on the log.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are still sitting pretty at the top of the EPL table with 72 points, five more than champions Manchester City.
City have a game in hand and they will undoubtedly be supporting Liverpool here, needing a favor to reduce the point gap at the top.
Arsenal’s last two league games have ended in similar 4-1 wins against Leeds and Crystal Palace and are on course for a first title in 19 years.
Only Arsenal, Man United and City have performed better on familiar territory this term than Klopp’s side, who have taken 16 points from the last 18 on offer at home.
Arsenal have kept only 12 clean sheets in their 61 games against Liverpool in the Premier League – their lowest such ratio against any team in the competition.
They have also scored at least 3 goals in each of their last 5 EPL wins – never before in their top-flight history have they done so 6 games in a row.
Liverpool are unbeaten in 9 home games against the visitors – winning each of their last six by a 22-4 aggregate score line.
Will this be the season that the Gunners beat Liverpool at Anfield, or will their dismal run continue?
What time does Liverpool vs Arsenal start?
The game kicks off at 6:30pm Kenyan time at Anfield.
Liverpool vs Arsenal team news
Virgil Van Dijk is back after missing the Chelsea game and will start alongside Ibrahima Konate as Joel Matip is relegated to the bench.
After being rested last time out, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson will also return to the starting XI.
Mohamed Salah returns to the starting line-up as well and will lead the attacking line alongside Cody Gakpo and Darwin Nunez.
For the visitors, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Rob Holding will start in the back line as William Saliba still nurses an injury.
Leandro Trossard scored a hat-trick at Anfield for Brighton and will also be present from the start here.
Gabriel Jesus is back and will lead the attacking line, flanked by Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli.
Liverpool vs Arsenal head to head
Liverpool have a good historical record against Arsenal and have won 94 out of the 238 matches played between the two teams, as opposed to Arsenal’s 82 victories.
Liverpool vs Arsenal current form
The Gunners have won 3 games, lost one and drawn another in their last 5 outings, while Liverpool have only managed one win and suffered 3 defeats in that run.
Liverpool vs Arsenal prediction
The reds have a good record against Arsenal at home but have been on a poor run of form.
Both teams are expected to score and a draw could be the most likely outcome.