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Arsenal vs Liverpool: times and how to watch on TV, stream online, preview

With just a four-point gap at the top of the Premier League, Klopp's Reds are looking to cut that even further, while Arteta's Gunners have their UCL plans.

Arsenal vs Liverpool: times and how to watch on TV, stream online

It was only a few weeks ago when so-called expert pundits were calling the Premier League a dead rubber. With Manchester City holding a double-digit lead over Liverpool, and other teams fighting it out for places behind them, few believed Jürgen Klopp's Red beast could claw them back. But as this midweek game arrives, a win would move them to within just a single point, with a mouthwatering April clash between the two still to come.

The race for the title is clearly the headline news, but Mikel Arteta has got his Arsenal team firing and the Gunners are now favourites to take fourth place, thus securing a valuable spot in next season's Champions League. But with the likes of Man Utd, Spurs and others around, they'll need to continue to pick up points, starting with this game at the Emirates.

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Arsenal vs Liverpool: preview

What Arteta had to say:

"We are facing arguably the best team in England and have to be at our best to beat them. You face a team that dominates every single aspect of the game, so when that happens you have to be at your very best.

"Credit to Jürgen, the coaching staff and to the club as well for what they have created. They haven't just created a team that can compete and be successful. They have created a huge cultural understanding of who Liverpool is today.

"The stadium and the atmosphere they can create, the support, the level, how they communicate. It's a lot of things, not just individuals, or the players that they have recruited and the plan that they had to reach that level. It's a whole plan that I really value," he added.

"I think with the level of consistency, throughout the games I would say yes," Arteta said about staying in top four. "Being in this position, what encourages me is to look up in the table, and look forward. Not to start (looking) in your mirror.

"We are playing better. We have a better understanding on what we want. We have confidence and belief, and an understanding with each other. Everything clicks better and quicker.

"It gives you the belief that you can be there with the top teams in the country but there's still a long way to go. There are better teams in the country because that's what the league table shows. We haven't done anything yet."

What Klopp had to say:

"Mo is a tough cookie. We were quite happy and lucky. (It was) swollen, painful, today less so," Klopp told a news conference on Tuesday with Mo Salah a doubt. "I got a message before the press conference he's ready to train. We'll see how that looks."

"I watched City for exactly 65 minutes for analysis reasons, believe it or not. I don't have time to watch them in real time," Klopp said. "Palace did well, but so did City, they just didn't finish situations off.

"For the last 30 minutes I didn't watch but saw the result and was surprised.

"Does it help the mood? Why should it? We play Arsenal and we cannot count points away at Arsenal now ... We have to play this game."

"That's the plan, of course, that we keep being as annoying as possible," Klopp said about keeping up the pressure.

"We have 10 games to play and there's a few really tough ones. Each Premier League game is tough, but a few are especially tough, one of them we play tomorrow night. Can we win all 10 games? It doesn't sound likely, but as long as it's possible, we will give it a try."

What time does Arsenal vs Liverpool start?

The 2021/22 Premier League rearranged fixture between Arsenal and Liverpool will kick off at Emirates Stadium, London, on Wednesday 16 March 2022 at 9:15 pm local time (GMT).

In the US, that’s 4:15pm ET and 1:15pm PT.

Find out what time Arsenal vs Liverpool starts wherever you are in the world.

Where can I watch Arsenal vs Liverpool in the US and UK?

In the US and UK, the following television/radio channels and online streaming platforms will be broadcasting Arsenal vs Liverpool live:

US: SiriusXM FC, Peacock

UK: Sky Sports Main Event, BBC Radio 5 Live, Sky Sports Premier League, SKY GO Extra, Sky Ultra HD

Find out who else will be showing the game if you live elsewhere in the world.


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