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Arsenal will be aiming to return to winning ways when they host Liverpool in the FA Cup third round this evening.

The Gunners ended 2023 on a disappointing note with just one point from their final three league games. This included surprise defeats to West Ham United and Fulham.

Manager Mikel Arteta will want a strong response at the Emirates Stadium today. Ahead of the Cup tie, there could be a few changes from the 2-1 loss at Craven Cottage.

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Predicted Line-up:

Arteta refused to reveal his starting goalkeeper for the game but we anticipate Aaron Ramsdale to feature between the sticks. The Englishman has played second fiddle to David Raya since September. Two of his last four appearances were in the Carabao Cup. He could get the nod today.

In front of him, there could be a solitary change in the backline. Ben White, William Saliba and Gabriel Magalhaes are assured to start. Jakub Kiwior looks set to make way for Oleksandr Zinchenko at left-back. He has recovered well from the calf injury which kept him out of the recent derby.

Arteta may want more defensive assurance in the centre of the park against the Reds. We anticipate Kai Havertz to make way for Jorginho to partner Declan Rice. The latter could be entrusted to play higher up the field when in possession, considering his strong distribution skills.

Further forward, Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard are nailed-on starters on the right wing and number 10 roles respectively. Odegaard has created plenty of chances of his teammates over the past month but they have not been converted due to some poor finishing.

Gabriel Martinelli has not been playing at his best but still grabbed an assist last weekend. In our view, He is still likely to get the nod over Leandro Trossard, who has tended to struggle when starting games. Up front, it should be a straight swap with Gabriel Jesus replacing Eddie Nketiah.

Our football betting expert offers up his Arsenal vs Liverpool betting tips and predictions ahead of their huge FA Cup third round clash this Sunday.

Liverpool are looking to continue their impressive form in all competitions in a heavyweight cup contest at the Emirates, and compound further misery on an out-of-form Arsenal.

Arsenal vs Liverpool Betting Tips
Liverpool to win @ 12/5 with bet365
Darwin Nunez to score or assist @ 6/5 with bet365
Over 4.5 cards @ 10/11 with bet365
All odds are courtesy of bet365, correct at the time of publishing and subject to change.

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Arsenal vs Liverpool Predictions and Betting Tips: Merseysiders backed at 12/5
Tom Fuller
07 Jan 2024 11:00+01:00
Arsenal vs Liverpool Prediction Tips
Our football betting expert offers up his Arsenal vs Liverpool betting tips and predictions ahead of their huge FA Cup third round clash this Sunday.

Liverpool are looking to continue their impressive form in all competitions in a heavyweight cup contest at the Emirates, and compound further misery on an out-of-form Arsenal.

Arsenal vs Liverpool Betting Tips
Liverpool to win @ 12/5 with bet365
Darwin Nunez to score or assist @ 6/5 with bet365
Over 4.5 cards @ 10/11 with bet365
All odds are courtesy of bet365, correct at the time of publishing and subject to change.

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The Gunners had a torrid end to 2023, suffering defeats to West Ham and most recently at Fulham, leaving them five points off the pace at the top of the table.

Liverpool lead at the summit of the Premier League, with their 4-2 victory at home to Newcastle on New Year’s Day making it 13 games unbeaten in the league.

The Reds are still currently on course for the quadruple as Jurgen Klopp’s side host Fulham in the first leg of their League Cup semi-final on Wednesday, as well as qualifying for the Europa League knockout stages.

Gunners unlikely to clip Klopp’s trophy charge
The Gunners held Liverpool to a 1-1 draw at Anfield just before Christmas, which remains Arsenal’s most recent positive result.

Mikel Arteta may have improved his side’s fortunes against Liverpool in recent years but the Merseyside club have still proved to be a regular thorn in Arsenal’s side, with their 3-2 victory last season being their first victory against the club since 2020.

The Reds have lost just one league game all season and have looked dominant in all aspects of the game, boasting the league’s tightest defence as well as the second most potent attack, behind Manchester City.

Their recent form would suggest more attacking flair from liverpool, as they have scored at least twice in eight of their last 10 games in all competitions.

With errors seeping into the Arsenal back line, Liverpool should feel confident in breaking through and claiming victory.

Arsenal vs Liverpool Prediction Tip 1: Liverpool to win @ 12/5 with bet365

Nunez to plug Salah gap
Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah has had another standout campaign for Liverpool, registering 14 goals and eight assists in the Premier League so far.

However, he will miss Sunday’s battle after being selected to represent his country at the African Cup of Nations this month.

Liverpool still have plenty of attacking options in order to fill his boots in the meantime, with Darwin Nunez potentially taking centre stage.

The Uruguayan has 11 goal contributions to his name, including three in his last five, and will look to continue his recent good form at the Emirates.

Arsenal vs Liverpool Prediction Tip 2: Darwin Nunez to score or assist @ 6/5 with bet365

Busy day for John Brooks
This could be a feisty affair between two of England’s biggest clubs, given 27 fouls and seven yellows were awarded in the meeting just before Christmas.

Recent head to heads have usually resulted in fiery encounters, with 26 yellow cards awarded across the last five meetings.

Match official John Brooks could therefore be forced to rule with an iron fist, with a flourish of bookings to be expected on Sunday afternoon.

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