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Rupert Wyman 2nd Mar 2012 - 16:22

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Arsenal may be buoyed by their result against Tottenham but they have a lengthy injury list. They have concerns over their captain Van Persie, he looks to be out with a groin injury. They are also missing Ramsey, Vermaelen and Rosicky.

Liverpool are 11/10 to win at Anfield, the draw is 21/10 and the away win is 14/5. Liverpool have problems of their own and they are unlikely to have Gerrard. He injured a hamstring against Holland on Wednesday.

Six of the last nine league games between the pair have ended as draws. If Arsenal avoid defeat, it will be the first time that they have gone five consecutive league games without a loss away at Anfield.

If you fancy Arsenal, you can back them at 13/8 draw no bet. Arsenal or the draw is 3/4 and looking at the Scousers' poor home form this season, Arsenal will fancy their chances of at least taking a point.

This is Liverpool's joint-worst tally of points after twelve home matches of a season in the Premier League. They were fortunate to win the Carling Cup on penalties and nobody seems to realise that Dalglish has bought poorly.

He has paid over the odds for average British players, Henderson, Downing, Charlie Adam and Carroll have not exactly lit up the league. Arsenal's problems lie with their defence, they have kept just three clean sheets in their last twenty away matches.

The North London side are 3/1 to keep a clean sheet and they are unlikely to have Mertesacker. The bet could be over 2.5 goals at 4/5, there were seven goals in total in the Arsenal game last weekend against Spurs and they are good at strong counter-attacking football.

Walcott had a cracking second half against Spurs and he will need to step up against Liverpool as Van Persie is out. He is 12/1 to open the scoring and he has blistering pace. The Match Winner involves Liverpool'Luis Suarez.

He has his critics for his off the field behaviour but nobody can doubt his talent, he was even given the famous number seven shirt. For the Match Winner, we have enhanced the price of Suarez to score at the Kop End from 3/1 to 7/2. He is also 5/4 to find the back of the net anytime.

Arsenal came from behind to win against Tottenham, you can back Wenger's lads at 5/1 to come from behind to win and draw and 12/1 to come from behind and win.

There have been three red cards in the last three league games between the sides. It is 15/4 for a red card to be awarded in the match. You can back Liverpool to have the most booking points at 9/5 and that looks a fair price, they have many young British players that love to get stuck into the game.



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