Friends Of Liverpool

Liverpool face Arsenal on Saturday at noon not having beaten the Gunners in seven straight attempts.

In fact the last time Arsene Wenger’s men tasted defeat to Liverpool was in a Champion’s League match in 2008 under Rafa Benitez winning by 4 goals to 2.

Since then, Liverpool have played Arsenal seven times, drawing four and losing three, bad reading isn’t it.

However, with the London club having lost Fabregas to Barca and Clichy to Man City and with Eboue and Nasri also set to quit the club, it is fair to assume that its a good time to play them at the Emirates on Saturday.

I watched them beat Udinese 1-0 and they did not look too impressive, in fact I think we have the beating of them.

With our new recruits of Charlie Adam, Stewart Downing and Enrique along with Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll and, hopefully, Aquilani playing, then we stand a very good chance of defeating the Arsenal at the weekend.


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