Liverpool vs Arsenal LIVE: Stream, score, TV channel, team news, kick-off time for TONIGHT'S Premier League clash

ARSENAL travel to Liverpool in nothing short of a massive Premier League clash this evening.

The Gunners head into the tie in stunning form, unbeaten in their last eight games. However they have failed to win at Anfield in the league since 2012.

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It was nine years ago in September 2012, when Arsene Wenger's Arsenal defeated Liverpool 2-0 with goals from Lukas Podolski and Santi Cazorla…and current manager Mikel Arteta started in midfield!

Liverpool, meanwhile, are licking their wounds after suffering their first league defeat of the season before the international break, losing 3-2 at West Ham.

When is Liverpool vs Arsenal?

  • Liverpool vs Arsenal takes place on Saturday, November 20.
  • The match will kick off at 5.30pm.
  • A sold-out Anfield plays host.

What TV channel and live stream isLiverpool vs Arsenal on?

Arsenal vs Liverpool will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League.

Sky being their coverage at 5pm.

What is the Liverpool vs Arsenal team news?

Jurgen Klopp has a few injury problems to contend with ahead of his side's clash with Arsenal this weekend.

Andy Robertson was forced off with an injury in Scotland's win over Denmark during the international break and is a major doubt for the game.

Sadio Mane and Jordan Henderson also have knocks from the international break, with Roberto Firmino out with a hamstring injury.

Arsenal will be without Granit Xhaka and Sead Kolasinac.

It's expected Arteta will continue with Emile Smith Rowe in midfield, despite his busy week with England.

What are the odds?

  • Liverpool to win: 4/9
  • Draw:7/2
  • Arsenal to win: 5/1
  • (Odds via Betfair)
  • Jim Sheridan

    LIVERPOOL TEAM NEWS

    Starting XI: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Tsimikas, Fabinho, Thiago, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Mane, Salah, Jota.

  • James Orr

    ART OF GLORY

    Arsenal manager and Rangers fan Mikel Arteta has thanked new Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard for the job he did while manager of the Ibrox side.

    Arteta made 50 appearances for Rangers in a two-year spell as a player, and the club remain close to his heart.

    The Spaniard said: "First of all as a Rangers fan I must say thank you so much to Stevie [Gerrard] and the coaching staff for what they did for the club because they turned the club around in such a difficult moment and to manage to win the league in the way they did it was a big boost."

    "Football is like that, people want to move, people have other expectations and now I just wish the best to Giovanni and the club and see what happens."

    Aston Villa are currently drawing 0-0 with Brighton in Gerrard's first game.

  • Jim Sheridan

    ARSENAL TEAM NEWS

    Starting XI: Ramsdale, Tomiyasu, White, Gabriel, Tavares, Partey, Sambi, Smith Rowe, Saka, Aubameyang, Lacazette.

  • Jim Sheridan

    ALL TO PLAY FOR

    Arsenal can launch themselves well and truly into the Premier League title race this weekend – if they can end their NINE-year Anfield curse, writes Gary Stonehouse.

    Liverpool hosting the Gunners is enough to get the juices flowing again after the international break, kicking off the mad stretch of games into the New Year.

    Mikel Arteta’s men are enjoying a superb run of form.

    They head into this mammoth showdown fifth and on a ten-match unbeaten streak across all competitions, including eight in the league.

    However, they will need to stamp out their miserable nine-year winless run at Anfield if they are to topple Jurgen Klopp’s boys – a task boosted by the return of Thomas Partey from injury.

  • Jim Sheridan

    ANFIELD DELIGHT

    They don't come much bigger than this.

    Premier League action under the lights from Anfield this evening as Liverpool welcome Arsenal to Merseyside.

    Jurgen Klopp's men were stunned by West Ham before the international break and need three points to try keep up with in-form Chelsea at the summit.

    The Gunners meanwhile are in fine form themselves, with three league wins on the spin for Mikel Arteta.

    A win for Arsenal would see them leapfrog the hosts into the top four – so there's plenty at stake.

    Kick-off is at 5.30pm, team news imminent. Let's do it.

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