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The big team is getting ready for tomorrow’s match The best photos from today’s training session

With just 24 hours to go before we get our FA Cup campaign underway against Liverpool at Emirates Stadium, Mikel Arteta was running his squad through their final few drills at London Colney.

The game against the Reds will be the first time we’ve played in front of our own supporters in 2024, and the players were fully focused on the task at hand as they aim to send everyone home happy on Sunday evening, with spot in the fourth round draw sealed.

Our club photographer Stuart MacFarlane was on hand to snap the session, and you can see the best photos from it in our gallery below:

With just 24 hours to go before we get our FA Cup campaign underway against Liverpool at Emirates Stadium, Mikel Arteta was running his squad through their final few drills at London Colney.

The game against the Reds will be the first time we’ve played in front of our own supporters in 2024, and the players were fully focused on the task at hand as they aim to send everyone home happy on Sunday evening, with spot in the fourth round draw sealed.

Our club photographer Stuart MacFarlane was on hand to snap the session, and you can see the best photos from it in our gallery below:

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The first week of January means one thing in the English football calendar – the FA Cup third round – and you can see our men’s first-team squad preparing for their tie against Liverpool with Inside Training.

We’ll take on the Premier League leaders at Emirates Stadium on Sunday hoping to advance in the competition we’ve won more than any other club, and as you can see in our video the players are raring to go as they aim to ensure the new year merriment remains in north London.

Press play on the video above to see all the latest from London Colney.

With just 24 hours to go before we get our FA Cup campaign underway against Liverpool at Emirates Stadium, Mikel Arteta was running his squad through their final few drills at London Colney.

The game against the Reds will be the first time we’ve played in front of our own supporters in 2024, and the players were fully focused on the task at hand as they aim to send everyone home happy on Sunday evening, with spot in the fourth round draw sealed.

Our club photographer Stuart MacFarlane was on hand to snap the session, and you can see the best photos from it in our gallery below:

Copyright 2024 The Arsenal Football Club Limited. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source.

The first week of January means one thing in the English football calendar – the FA Cup third round – and you can see our men’s first-team squad preparing for their tie against Liverpool with Inside Training.

We’ll take on the Premier League leaders at Emirates Stadium on Sunday hoping to advance in the competition we’ve won more than any other club, and as you can see in our video the players are raring to go as they aim to ensure the new year merriment remains in north London.

Press play on the video above to see all the latest from London Colney.

Copyright 2024 The Arsenal Football Club Limited. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source.

We begin our quest for a record-extending 15th FA Cup triumph when Liverpool head to north London on Sunday for a third-round clash.

The heavyweight pairing meant that we would face the Reds in each of December, January and February, and after our 1-1 draw on Merseyside just before Christmas we’ll be hoping home advantage pays dividends as we look to secure our spot in the fourth-round draw on Monday.

One thing that will be different about us at Emirates Stadium is that we’ll be wearing an all-white kit, as part of our No More Red campaign which is in its third year of supporting the long-standing work undertaken by Arsenal in the Community to help keep young people safe from knife crime and youth violence – find out more.

In the 15-day gap between our last meeting at Anfield, the Reds have managed to overhaul us at the top of the Premier League courtesy of a 2-0 win at Burnley on Boxing Day, and a 4-2 success over Newcastle United on New Year’s Day.

That win over the Magpies ensured they remained unbeaten at home in all competitions this term, but on the road clean sheets have been hard to come by. Apart from shutouts at Burnley and Sheffield United, they have conceded at least once this term on their travels, including in their Europa League and League Cup campaigns but still remain well-placed in both competitions.

Despite a porous defence, Jurgen Klopp’s team have only tasted defeat once away from home domestically, which came in controversial circumstances at Tottenham Hotspur back in September, while draws arrived at Chelsea, Brighton, Luton Town and Manchester City.

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