The first of two meetings between Liverpool and Arsenal in the space of four days takes place in the Premier League, when the Gunners make the trip to Anfield Road. Arsenal players celebrate winning the Community Shield against Liverpool on August 29. The two clubs know each other inside out and on Anfield Liverpool are favorites against any team, because they are unbeaten in their last 60 Premier League games stretching back to April 2017. Jurgen Klopp’s side did not look quite as invincible as that record suggests when they welcomed newly-promoted Leeds United in their last home game, because they concede 3 goals. Arsenal is winless in their last six meetings with the reigning champions and has very hard schedule in the next 5 matches. Arteta’s side was awful on away games last season, but victoriously open this season with a comfortable 0:3 win on Craven Cottage. Home team cant count on Jordan Henderson, Joel Matip, Alex Oxlade Chamberlain. Thiago Alcantara, Alisson and James Milner are major doubts. On another side, Arsenal has a long list of unavailable players such as Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Cedric Soares, Shkodran Mustafi, Gabriel Martinelli, Calum Chambers, Pablo Mari, and Emile Smith Rowe. I expect an open match with many goal opportunities on both sides because they have great offensive power.