Premier League (EPL) 2 Sep 2012 Liverpool 0 – Arsenal FC 2
Premier League (EPL) 3 Mar 2012 Liverpool 1 – Arsenal FC 2
Premier League (EPL) 20 Aug 2011 Arsenal FC 0 – Liverpool 2
Premier League (EPL) 17 Apr 2011 Arsenal FC 1 – Liverpool 1
Premier League (EPL) 15 Aug 2010 Liverpool 1 – Arsenal FC 1
Arsenal beat Liverpool 2-0 earlier in the first Premier League fixture at Anfield, with goals from Lukas Podolski and Santi Cazorla as well as a man-of-the-match performance from Abou Diaby.
Arsenal have lost only one of their last 11 League meetings with Liverpool, but six of these games have also ended in a draw (W4 D6 L1), and there have been seven goals scored in the 90th minute or later in the last eight Premier League meetings.
The Reds have won just eight points in their last 12 Premier League away games at Arsenal (W1 D5 L6).
The Gunners only have one win (West Ham) from their last four league games, drawing with Southampton and losing to Chelsea and Manchester United.
No side has won more Premier League away games at Arsenal than Liverpool (6, alongside Manchester United), but Liverpool’s away league form has been poor this season, with three wins, four draws and four defeats.
Interestingly Brendan Rodgers’ side have averaged the highest possession in the Premier League so far this season (59.4%).
Lukas Podolski tops the Premier League assist charts with nine this season following three in his last appearance against West Ham; the first player to assist three in a single PL game since Steven Pienaar in April 2012.
The Emirates has witnessed more goals than any other Premier League stadium this season (46), but Arsene Wenger’s side have lost two of their past five league home games, but won the other three.
Luis Suárez has created more goalscoring chances from open play than any other player in the top five European leagues this season (61) and has a massive 21 goals in all competitions.
Santi Cazorla has made almost double the amount of through balls than any individual player in the Premier League this season (15), no other player has made more than eight.
Theo Walcott leads the club’s goalscoring charts with 17 in all competitions, and of players to have attempted at least 30 shots (excl. blocked) in the Premier League this season, the England international has the best shot conversion rate (31.3%).
Both Arsenal and Liverpool have conceded fewer goals than league leaders Manchester United, but are 19 and 22 points behind them respectively.
Liverpool won 2-0 at the Emirates in the league last season courtesy of an Aaron Ramsey own goal and a Luis Suarez strike.
Arsenal 2 Liverpool 1
Note: Stats from opta/Uk Eurosport