Mikel Arteta’s stuttering Arsenal side welcome champions Liverpool to the Emirates on Wednesday night.
After winning four games on the trot in all competitions, the Gunners drew with Leicester before slipping to a 2-1 defeat in Sunday’s North London derby against Tottenham Hotspur, despite Alexandre Lacazette’s thunderbolt giving them the lead.
Meanwhile, Premier League champions Liverpool have also found some inconsistency since wrapping up the title in June.
What time is Arsenal vs Liverpool?
The clash between ninth-placed Arsenal and the champions is one of four games being played on Wednesday evening.
8.15pm is the time the match is due to get underway.
All of those games kick-off at 6pm.
Arsenal vs Liverpool TV channel and live stream
Coverage of the 8.15pm kick-off at the Emirates will start at 8pm on Sky Sports.
Main Event and Premier League channels will be showing the match, with and without added crowd noise respectively.
The match will not be made available on free-to-air TV, so fans will have to pay. Of course, those who do can stream it through Sky Go or Now TV.
Arsenal vs Liverpool follows on from City’s clash with Bournemouth, which is also being shown on Sky.
Sky is showing Man City vs Bournemouth free-to-air on Pick.
Double your money on a team with the chance of posting a record Premier League points haul?
Well that’s what thepools.com are offering with their 19/20 on a Liverpool win.
They also go 15/4 on Mo Salah scoring first and 4/1 on Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang – and surely one of them will do that?
The Gunners are a big 14/5 to win and 11/4 to hold the Reds.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com.