Arsenal boss trusting his side can abstain from playing Liverpool

Unai Emery trusting Stockpile can abstain from playing Liverpool. The Gunners travel to Anfield to battle current Premier League table toppers for top spot.
The north Londoners maintained their 100 percent record to the beginning of the 2019-20 season Arsenal manager Unai Emery has demanded that playing Liverpool will be a decent test for his side yet conceded that he trusts he could abstain from playing them. The Gunners are second on the Premier League table – same point as the Reds,thanks to victories over Newcastle United and Burnley FC. Unlike last season when they got their campaign off with back-to-back defeats to Chelsea and Manchester City. However, the north Londoners head to Anfield on Saturday, August 24, to battle the Champions League winners as they would like to keep up their 100 percent begin to the season as indicated by Daily Star.

Jurgen Klopp’s men obliterated recently advanced Norwich City in their opening fixture before attempting to beat Southampton in their subsequent game.


With the manner in which they contended energetically to beat the Holy people a weekend ago, Arsenal’s encounter may be substantially more harder for the Merseysiders. At the point when gotten some information about his side’s next game, Emery kidded: “For us, we don’t ever want to play against Liverpool – but it’s really a challenge, a good test. “Really our target is to reduce the distance (between us) and Manchester City and Liverpool last season, and when we go to play against them it’s a big moment to show how (much stronger) we can be. “A week ago you inquired as to whether we are preferred now over a year ago – I don’t have a clue. It’s the equivalent on the off chance that you inquire as to whether we will be more grounded with those three players in advance.