Arsenal vs Liverpool: How to watch, team news, stream link and Predictions

Arsenal will face red-hot Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

The visitors top the Premier League by five points above Manchester City and Arsenal, with City having played one fewer game, and have just lost once all season. Liverpool has only drawn twice since the calendar turned to December, one of which being a 1-1 draw with Arsenal. Liverpool maintained their momentum with a convincing 4-1 victory over Chelsea on Wednesday.

Arsenal, on the other hand, has regained its footing after losing back-to-back London derbies to West Ham and Fulham following the Liverpool draw.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal defeated Crystal Palace 5-0 before escaping a late scare in Tuesday’s 2-1 victory over Nottingham Forest.

How to watch Arsenal vs Liverpool live, stream link, start time, odds

Kickoff: 11:30am ET Sunday
Odds: Arsenal (+125) vs Liverpool (+195) | Draw (+260)
TV Channel: Peacock
Stream: Premier League on Peacock

Arsenal, Team News

OUT: Jurrien Timber (torn ACL, season-ending), Takehiro Tomiyasu (international duty), Thomas Partey (thigh) | QUESTIONABLE: Fabio Vieira (hip), Mohamed Elneny (international duty)

Liverpool, Team News

OUT: Mohamed Salah (hamstring), Joel Matip (torn ACL), Wataru Endo (international service), Stefan Bajcetic (calf), Thiago Alcantara (groyne), Konstantinos Tsimikas (shoulder), and Darwin Nuñez (foot).

David Seaman predicts Arsenal vs Liverpool

Former Arsenal custodian David Seaman has predicted Sunday’s Premier League battle with Liverpool.

The Gunners welcome the table-toppers, hoping to narrow the five-point difference between the two clubs.

Seaman has urged Mikel Arteta’s team to provide a “statement” performance in front of their fans.

Liverpool have only lost once this season, and it was on their previous trip to north London in September, when Joel Matip’s last-minute own goal gave Tottenham a 2-1 victory.

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Speaking on his podcast, Seaman said: “It’s a statement game. When I look at Liverpool I just see a team that’s on form, I see a great team, I see a great squad. For us to take points off them would be massive.

“I see this as very similar to the Manchester City game, when City came to the Emirates, and it’s a chance of making a statement and making people talk a little more about Arsenal because, at the moment, all the talk is about City and Liverpool.

“We need to get back into that equation and that starts by, I was going to say getting a point… but I’m thinking three points. But it’s going to be so tough.”


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