Liverpool vs Arsenal

Liverpool vs Arsenal – Live Stream and preview for Wednesday’s Carabao Cup fourth-round tie at Anfield. Liverpool have won their last 14 home games in all competitions.

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Two of English football’s biggest clubs face off for a place in the quarter-finals of the EFL Cup on Wednesday night when Liverpool welcome Arsenal to Anfield for the second time already this season.

The hosts have been in superb form domestically so far this term, building a six-point lead at the top of the Premier League table, whereas Arsenal are already 12 points behind them and go into this game off the back of a damaging 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace on Sunday.

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Liverpool: Adrian; Hoever, Lovren, Gomez, Milner; Oxlade-Chamberlain, Henderson, Keita; Lallana, Brewster, Origi

Arsenal: Martinez; Bellerin, Holding, Mustafi, Kolasinac; Torreira, Willock; Maitland-Niles, Ozil, Saka; Martinelli

Liverpool vs Arsenal Match Info

Date: Wednesday October 30 2019
Kick-off time: 8.30pm EU clock
Venue: Anfield

Liverpool vs Arsenal Head-To-Head Record

Last 3 matches
  • August 24 2019: Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal
  • December 29 2018: Liverpool 5-1 Arsenal
  • November 3 2018: Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool

Total head-to-head matches played (all competitions): 227

  • Liverpool wins: 88
  • Arsenal wins: 78
  • Draws: 61

Liverpool vs Arsenal Match Preview

Liverpool have won all of their home matches since February 27 – but the Carabao Cup may just give Arsenal an opportunity to end that sequence at 14 straight victories.

Considering the success the Gunners have enjoyed since then, an assumption can be made that they do not take the EFL Cup as seriously as the other competitions they are in, but a win over Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday would provide a much-needed morale boost for Unai Emery’s side.

Liverpool were coming from behind to maintain their six-point lead at the top of the Premier League table, Arsenal were squandering a 2-0 advantage at home to Crystal Palace to draw 2-2 in a match notable for a VAR-disallowed ‘winner’ for the Gunners and the petulant reaction of their captain Granit Xhaka to the crowd’s pleasure at his substitution.