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Tuesday, April 08, 2008

15 Things about Liverpool vs Arsenal Champions League Match

If you are interested to get the online live score and updates of the Liverpool vs Arsenal second leg of quarter final match of Champions League then visit the following link:

Liverpool vs Arsenal Champions League: Online Live Score and Updates

Liverpool and Arsenal are going to face each other in the last of the three match spells tonight at the Anfield stadium. Fans are excited with the match as it is an important match for both teams in order to keep their Champions League hope alive. With 1-1 score line of first leg, Liverpool will go into the match with away goal advantage. On the other hand, Arsenal has to win the match or must score more than one goal if the match ends up with a draw in order to reach the semi final of Champions League. So, you can understand that both teams are now gearing up to show their best in the match.

Here, I am giving some informant regarding the match which you might find useful:

  1. Liverpool vs Arsenal second leg quarter final match of Champions League is going to be held at the Anfield stadium tonight and the match will kick off at 19:45 GMT.
  2. BBC Radio Five Live will air the live commentary of the match for the football fans.
  3. The first leg match ended up with a 1-1 draw at the Emirates Stadium and thus, Liverpool will have the away goal advantage tonight. Even a goalless draw is enough for Liverpool to get the ticket of semi final round.
  4. In the first leg match, Emmanuel Adebayor opened scoring for Arsenal, which Dirk Kuyt equalized for Liverpool within three minutes. Peter Crouch and Nicklas Bendtner scored for Liverpool and Arsena respectively in the league match last week.
  5. The interesting fact is that all of the three matches between Arsenal and Liverpool ended up with a 1-1 score line.
  6. Liverpool will have home advantage tonight as the match will take place at their home ground. However, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger thinks that his boys can win anywhere in the world. So, a tough challenge is waiting for Liverpool from Wenger boys.
  7. Arsenal striker Robin van Persie is not yet confirmed for the match as he suffered a thigh muscle problem during his team’s 1-1 league draw against the same opponent last week. However, striker Emmanuel Adebayor is ready to make it to the starting line up tonight after recovering a minor ankle injury. Abou Diaby is expected to be back in the final live up after missing the league class due to suspension.
  8. Arsenal has some other injury woes including Bacary Sagna, Johan Djourou and Alexandre Song who are all out of tonight’s encounter with Liverpool. Tomas Rosicky will reportedly be out of action for the rest of the season. Alexander Hleb, Gael Clichy and Philippe Senderos are expected to be drafted in the final line up who were rested at the weekend.
  9. Except the long-term absentees Daniel Agger and Harry Kewell, Liverpool does not have any injury problem in the squad. So, Rafael Benitez is getting all his guns available for the important home match against Arsenal.
  10. Out of their last 15 head-to-head encounters, Arsenal emerged winner in seven occasions, while Liverpool won thrice.
  11. Liverpool did not lose any of their last six encounters in Champions League, while Arsenal remains undefeated for the last four Champions League matches.
  12. Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher and Fabio Aurelio from Liverpool, and Gael Clichy, Denilson, Emmanuel Adebayor, Aleksandr Hleb and Emmanuel Eboue from Arsenal are now on the verge of missing the first leg of Champions League semi final if any of them are booked tonight.
  13. Liverpool coach Rafael Benitez does not think that Arsenal is a young and inexperienced side indicating their entrance in the final of Champions League just two seasons ago. The Spanish coach is not interested to stick to their away goal advantage and keep a 0-0 score line; rather he wants his players score goals and win the match.
  14. This is going to be second ever Champions League meeting between Arsenal and Liverpool; the last match being in last week.
  15. Liverpool has an interesting home record against English clubs in European competitions. Out of six previous meetings with a fellow English team at Anfield in European competition, Liverpool lost only once.

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