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How To Watch Liverpool have won their past four home league games against Arsenal, their best run at Anfield since a seven-match winning streak ended in 1988.
Arsenal beat Liverpool in July for the first time in 10 Premier League meetings (D4, L5).
The Gunners can win back-to-back league games against Liverpool for the first time since September 2012.
Liverpool won their opening eight Premier League fixtures last season. The third match was a 3-1 home victory versus Arsenal.
No reigning champion has won their opening three Premier League matches since Manchester United in 2011-12.
Liverpool's 60-match unbeaten league run at home is the third longest in the history of England's top four divisions, behind Chelsea's 86 games (2004-08) and Liverpool's own streak of 63 (1978-80).
They have scored in 35 successive Premier League home fixtures since a 0-0 draw versus Manchester City in October 2018.
However, the Reds have conceded three goals in back-to-back league games at Anfield for the first time since September 1982.
Mo Salah has scored 26 of his last 33 Premier League goals at Anfield.
Thiago's last three competitive appearances against Arsenal ended in 5-1 victories, all for Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Arsenal can win their opening three Premier League games for the first time since a run of five victories in 2004-05.
They won their opening two matches last season but then triumphed just twice in the next 13 fixtures (D7, L4).
The Gunners can win four successive league fixtures for the first time since a run of seven from August to October 2018.
Arsenal are winless in 27 Premier League away fixtures versus other established top-six teams since a 2-0 triumph at Manchester City in January 2015. They have conceded 61 goals in those 27 matches, drawing 10 and losing 17.
Alexandre Lacazette has scored four goals in his past six Premier League appearances. He last scored in three consecutive league games in February 2019.
Mikel Arteta can become the first Arsenal manager to win his first away trip to Liverpool in any competition since Tom Whittaker in December 1947. Nine managers since then have failed to win, with eight losing.