The Anfield Stadium will be the venue for the battle of the top teams, as Liverpool will welcome Arsenal to Merseyside as the Reds will want to avenge their back to back loss to the Gunners.
In 56 Premier League meetings between these two teams, Liverpool have won 21 games, while Arsenal have won 16 matches, with 19 games ending in a draw. The Gunners won their last two matches (EPL and Community Shield) after failing to defeat Jurgen Klopp in their previous matches.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson and defender Joe Gomez are major doubts for this tie after both picked a knock in their win against Chelsea. Xherdan Shaqiri is also a doubt. Joel Matip and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are out due to injury? For Arsenal, defenders Kieran Tierney and Sokratis Papastathopoulos, and Pablo Mari Villar are all major doubts for this clash. Emile Smith-Rowe, Shkodran Mustafi, Gabriel Martinelli, and Calum Chambers are out due to injury.
Both teams have started well, winning 6 points each in their first two matches, scoring a combined 11 goals. This will be a scoring game, but Liverpool may just edge it as they have an impressive 60-game unbeaten run at home.
You can catch the game live on DSTV channel 203, SuperSport Premier League on Monday September 28 2020, by 8:00pm Naija time.