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Liverpool to win or draw and both teams to score –

Liverpool haven’t lost a game since October and have been electric on the road, winning four successive away matches in the Premier League by at least three goals.

The Reds should take at least a point against Arsenal, who they’ve beaten 4-3, 3-1 and 4-0 in their last three meetings.

The Gunners have a decent home record and might manage to avoid defeat, but they’re in pretty poor form, with a laborious 1-0 win over Newcastle last weekend their only victory in four Premier League outings.

Arsene Wenger’s side will surely concede, but should also get on the scoresheet for the 10th consecutive league game at the Emirates.

Over 3.5 total goals –

There have been at least four goals in seven of the last eight Premier League meetings between these two sides, and Friday night should be no different.

Arsenal are the league’s second-highest scorers at home this season, while Liverpool are tied with Manchester City as the top flight’s most prolific away side.

Mohamed Salah to score –

Salah is the Premier League’s highest scorer and is in the form of his life at the moment, with 14 goals in his last 14 games in all competitions.

The summer signing from Roma got on the scoresheet against Arsenal at Anfield, and can be relied upon to do so again at the Emirates.

Granit Xhaka to be carded -

Xhaka’s habit of picking up bookings really shows up in the important games, with the Swiss midfielder amassing nine cards in 17 games against other top-six sides, including all three of his appearances against Liverpool.

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