Arsenal and Liverpool share the spoils in six-goal thriller

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Skipper Jordan Henderson had one of his best games against Bournemouth last weekend but against an Arsenal side that can create chances consistently, his defensive side of the game will be definitely tested.

Being just a point behind Liverpool a win could help us get back on track after the blip of December as we head into some more challenging games against Crystal Palace and Chelsea and really kickstart our race for the top four again.

A draw was certainly the fairest outcome in a thrilling contest, with Firmino's intervention ensuring Arsene Wenger is yet to beat Klopp's Liverpool in five attempts.

Fourth placed Liverpool remain one point above fifth placed Arsenal after a Christmas cracker that underlined the qualities and problems with two teams who harboured title ambitions in August, but now trail way behind runaway leaders Manchester City.

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Liverpool and Arsenal played out another sensational game filled with goals in which both sides enjoyed a share of the lead.

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Arsenal have lost the last three Premier League meetings - they haven't lost four in a row against Liverpool since May 1998.

Jack Wilshere could start three consecutive Premier League matches for Arsenal for the first time since September to October 2014.

"We are working hard every day to win something and I am sure we will this year", he said.

Arsenal have not been particularly impressive at the back but Liverpool scored an equaliser thanks to a gaffe from the normally-redoubtable Petr Cech.
Roberto Firmino took a shot from inside the box and while Cech got a hand to it, the ball managed to trickle into the net, much to the disbelief of his teammates. Hector Bellerin's cross found Alexis Sanchez who got in ahead of Joe Gomez and stoop to head the ball past Simon Mignolet.

You're most vulnerable when you score and that happened to us.