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Arsenal v Liverpool, Barclays Premier League,
Emirate Stadium, April 17th 2011, 16:00pm

  Liverpool FC - Team News:
Teenager John Flanagan's tough baptism could continue as Liverpool travel to London without a number of key defenders. The 18-year-old right-back made an impressive debut in Monday's Premier League win over Manchester City in the absence of Martin Kelly and Glen Johnson with hamstring injuries. Brazilian Fabio Aurelio could continue at left-back after returning from a four-game absence, also with a hamstring problem, to face City. Centre-back Daniel Agger (knee) and captain Steven Gerrard (groin) have both been ruled out for the rest of the season.
  Player to Watch: Andy Carroll
On the back of his double against Manchester City on Monday evening Carroll will be fired up for glory against the Gunner, also watch out for Flanagan who had a impressive debut for the reds on Monday night.
  Arsenal FC - Team News:
Arsenal could welcome back goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny from a finger injury.Centre-half Johan Djourou (shoulder) may also recover, along with midfielders Alex Song (knee) and Denilson (toe), but full-back Bacary Sagna (knee) is a doubt. Goalkeeper Manuel Almunia (ankle) is also struggling so veteran Jens Lehmann could be set for a place on the bench again while Thomas Vermaelen (Achilles) continues his rehabilitation.
  Player to Watch: Sami Nasri
The lively Frenchman will be a handfull for the Liverpool Midfield but if kept quiet he drifts in and out of the game.
  Match Facts & Stats:
The head to head stats show us that Liverpool still lead the Gunners with 68 wins against Arsenal's 60 with the two teams playing out 45 draws.
  Referee Watch: Andre Marriner
Marriner has officiated over the reds 2 times this season with 2 yellow cards.
  Match Prediction:
Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool, this will be a even game and Arsenal will just have to much for Liverpool to get the away win.
  Next Fixtures:
Birmingham City, 23rd April 15:00pm, Anfield



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