The Gunners will be welcoming Liverpool this weekend at Emirates Stadium as they hope to continue with their good run. They ate currently on top of the Premier League table as they have only lost once this season.
This weekend, they'll be facing a big test against Liverpool who are considered as one of the best Premier League clubs. The Reds are still having some of the best attacking players which includes Mohammed Salah, Luiz Diaz, Jota among others.
Salah and Diaz have been some of the key players for Jurgen Klopp in the recent matches their good attacking skills has made them to humiliate top defenders. Last season, Salah managed to win the Golden boots after scoring 22 goals
This weekend, he'll be hoping to continue with his good run against Arsenal. One of the Gunners players who might give him a headache is William Saliba. Saliba has had an outstanding start of the season where he has ended up becoming a regular starter.
Thus season he has been named as man of the match twice proving he is one of the best defenders. This weekend, he might give Mohammed Salah and Luiz Diaz a hard time to unlock their defence.
This now means that William Saliba might give Salah and Luiz Diaz a headache in their match this weekend.
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