15 July 2020 16:39
Tonight's game means much more to the hosts than it does the visitors with this season's title race already wrapped up, though Liverpool can only afford to drop two more points if they hope to match Manchester City's record 100-point season. Arsenal, on the other hand, need to win in order to keep their Europa League qualification hopes alive. Arsenal host newly-crowned Premier League champions Liverpool at the Emirates in London today. Don't miss a kick by following our Arsenal vs Liverpool live stream guide below. Liverpool have secured their first league title in 30 years at a canter this season, though the team's form after the enforced break has been mixed, including three wins, draws against Burnley and city rivals Everton, and a humiliating 4-0 defeat at the hands of current title holders Man City.
Arsenal risk not qualifying for European football for the first time since 1996 if they do not win today. Read on for full details on how to get a live stream of Arsenal vs Liverpool no matter where you are in the world with our guide below. All eyes will be on Arsenal's Emirates Stadium on Wednesday for this match which is set to take place behind closed doors. If you're looking to watch the action, but find yourself away from home then you'll run into problems when trying to stream your domestic coverage online from abroad as its likely to be geo-blocked. Arsenal welcome the Premier League champions Liverpool to the Emirates tonight as they continue their bid for European qualification.
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As Arsenal committed more and more players forwards in search of an equaliser, Liverpool exploited the extra space brilliantly and scored a second goal in added time, with substitute Curtis Jones sealing the win for Klopp's side with a powerful effort from just inside the area. Full-time score: Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool Despite only being on the pitch for 15 minutes, FIFA 20 gave Curtis Jones the Man of the Match award, who impressed in his short time on the pitch, also scoring an impressive goal. FIFA 20 predicts that Liverpool may not be dominant in terms of possession against Arsenal, but they will put in a dominant performance in all other areas, including being incredibly solid in defence and lethal in attack. Dimitar Berbatov has backed Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City and Sheffield United all to win in the coming days. The Reds are on the road at Arsenal, who are keen to get back to winning ways after their reverse in the north London derby at Tottenham. City meanwhile host a Bournemouth side still looking to avoid the drop, but defeat at the Etihad could make things difficult if Watford, as Berbatov has predicted, win on the road at West Ham. "If Man United lose this one and the other teams pushing for top four win then it will be very difficult for them to achieve their goal. "I hope they can win this one and push on into the top four because I really want to see them in the Champions League again." "As I have said before, if Arsenal don't fix their deference then they will continue to have problems, especially when you are coming up against a fast front three like Liverpool have, then you will have massive problems. "I would say that I am going to go for the surprise here, but with the way the teams have been playing I don't think Sheffield winning would come as a surprise to anyone. "Aston Villa are still fighting and I like them but I think Everton will take what they need in this one, and if they want to be a big team then they will need to up their concentration and consistency. " Burnley are doing well and playing some OK football at the moment, they got a good draw against Liverpool last time out. "They produce some great football, score some great goals, they are solid as a team and I like to watch them.