The English Premier League is finally back after two weeks of the international break and there some big matches lined up this weekend with Arsenal hosting Champions Liverpool today while Manchester City will be travelling to play third-placed Leicester City.
Arsenal and Liverpool are the biggest Premier League match this weekend with the two old rivals will be hoping to win their remaining matches hoping to finish in the top four which not far ahead with 10 games remaining. Liverpool is seventh with 46 points just four points ahead of 9 place Arsenal.
The Gunners has a chance to reducing the gap to one point if they could get better of Jurgen Klopp men today who have not been at their best. The two sides have been the most struggled big clubs in the league but the Gunners have been playing well recently compared to the Reds.
Arsenal team has been in form recently with their key players being on top of their game and today two Arsenal players could win the match for Mikel Arteta and this could end Liverpool chances of finishing higher in the table and qualifying for Champions League next season.
The Norwegian star has been getting better every week since he came to England on loan from Real Madrid and after Arsenal sold Mesut Ozil, he has proved he can replace the German playmaker.
His vision passes and creativity has been outstanding and Arsenal fans might watch him next season at the Emirates next season as the manager is trying to sign him permanently. His creativity against the Liverpool side which currently has midfielders who are playing as central midfielders could decisive.
The 29-year-old France striker has been on another this season and he has outscored his teammate Aubameyang who is known to always be the leading scorer for the Gunners for the last few seasons.
Lacazette has netted 11 times this season in the league and playing against the poor defending Liverpool he will give a hard time for the Klopp defenders who are has been without Virgil Van Dijk for months due to injury. It is unlikely the Arsenal skipper will leave the match without a goal or making any goal contribution for Arsenal.
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