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Liverpool v Arsenal: Live and Online

Liverpool v Arsenal (9am PT/ 12 pm ET/ 5pm UK time, Fox Soccer Channel. Replay 11 pm). Sunday, October 27.

Well after the performance Liverpool put up in Turkey midweek and Arsenal gave in putting yet another Prague side to shame, this game will be the first litmus test to see exactly how good Arsenal are this season. Rafa Benetiz got the backing of the ownership in regards to his rotation policy, but I wonder aloud how much of that was hollow? If Liverpool can get the ball forward and test Manuel Almunia, we will see if Jens Lehmann will be vindicated or the biggest dunce in London. This has the classic build to an intense 1-1 draw, and while this may sound cliché, this game truly can go either way. If your in the IKTS predictions league, I would give serious thought to using insurance on this game.

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2 Responses to Liverpool v Arsenal: Live and Online

  1. Anonymous says:

    It really could go either way, but with Arsenal’s amazing form of late, I’d have to say 2-1 to the Gunners.


  2. John says:

    Based on current form, Arsenal should win this match but Liverpool always performs well in big matches, a draw looks likely.

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