Four Arsenal players must produce against Liverpool if the Gunners are to have a chance of pulling off an upset.


Four Arsenal players must produce against Liverpool if the Gunners are to have a chance of pulling off an upset.

Arsenal face a difficult assignment if they are to continue their unbeaten record.

On Saturday, Arsenal will try to win a Premier League match for the first time in almost nine years at Anfield. Arsenal’s last league victory at Anfield came in September 2012, when Lukas Podolski and Santi Cazorla scored in a 2-0 triumph for the visitors.

Arsenal has won at Anfield once since, defeating Liverpool in a penalty shootout in the Carabao Cup in October.

Apart from that, the Arsenal supporters have had far too many demoralizing days out.

In a match that is known for its high number of goals, Liverpool has won 5-1 twice and 4-0 once.

Arsenal have gone eleven games without losing in all competitions, but they will need their key players to step up and perform if they are to have a chance of pulling off an upset on Saturday.

Under Mikel Arteta, Bukayo Saka and, in particular, Emile Smith Rowe have spearheaded the comeback.

Apart from the England duo, Express Sport has identified four players who need to be at their best.

Signing in the summer Ramsdale has been one of Arsenal’s best players so far this season.

In nine games with the Gunners, the goalie has kept six clean sheets and conceded only four goals.

In Monday’s 10-0 thumping of San Marino, his performances earned him his first cap for the senior England side.

Ramsdale must be at his best against players like Mohamed Salah, who has already scored 17 goals and assisted on the season.

A bad day for Ramsdale would almost certainly mean a terrible day for Arsenal.

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Arsenal, on the other hand, has not lost in their last eight league games since his return.

Gabriel, like Ramsdale, was brought into the team after three straight league defeats at the start of the season.

Along with £50 million Ben White, who has also impressed recently, he has been a soothing presence.

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