Liverpool vs Arsenal kick-off time, TV and live stream information

It’s a replay of last month’s Community Shield on Monday night when Arsenal go to Anfield.

Both sides have a 100% record going into the game; champions Liverpool beating Leeds 4-3 and Chelsea 2-0, with Arsenal recording 3-0 and 2-1 triumphs over Fulham and West Ham respectively.

Monday could see Liverpool’s Thiago Alcantara start for the first time after his impressive second-half display at Stamford Bridge last week, while striker Diogo Jota could also appear for the Reds.

The two sides drew 1-1 at Wembley in the Community Shield, before Arsenal triumphed 5-4 in the penalty shootout.

What time is Liverpool vs Arsenal?

Liverpool's Thiago Alcantara playing against Chelsea
Thiago Alcantara made his Liverpool debut against Chelsea

Liverpool vs Arsenal is the standout fixture from the weekend’s fixtures and is the final Premier League game from matchday three.

Kick-off is at 8pm, not long after Monday’s 5.45pm match, Fulham vs Aston Villa, comes to an end.

Both sides will face each other at Anfield again this week as they’ve been drawn against each other in the Carabao Cup fourth round.

Liverpool vs Arsenal TV channel and live stream

Striker Diogo Jota posing in the Liverpool kit after signing from Wolves
Striker Diogo Jota has joined Liverpool from Wolves in a deal potentially worth £45million

Both of Monday’s games will be available to watch on Sky Sports.

Coverage of Monday night’s headline fixture will be on the Main Event and Premier League channels, following on from the 5.45pm clash at Craven Cottage.

Those who pay for Sky Sports can also stream the game through their Sky Go or Now TV apps.

Liverpool vs Arsenal odds

Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette scoring with a header against West Ham
Arsenal’s Alexandre Lacazette has scored in both of Arsenal’s Premier League games this season

Even without the backing of a bawling, baying Kop, Liverpool are imperious at Anfield – especially against Arsenal.

Their last four league meetings against The Gunners have ended 3-1, 5-1, 4-0 and 3-1 – and even when they played a team of youngsters in the Carabao Cup the Reds drew 5-5 and won the penalty shoot-out!

So despite Arsenal’s success in holding the Reds to a 1-1 Community Shield draw a month ago, and then winning that shoot-out, 1/2 for a Reds win with is entirely understandable.

Arsenal are a big 11/2 to win while the draw is 7/2.

Of course it isn’t just Arsenal who perish at Anfield.

Jürgen Klopp’s side last lost a home top-flight match in April 2017 and have since completed three full campaigns without a league defeat in L4.

Their opening weekend victory over Leeds was their 60th league match without defeat at home, now closing in on the club’s best ever run of home league games without a loss – the 63 achieved under Bob Paisley between 1978 and 1981.

Odds collected from and are subject to change.


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