Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is confident to win every match they play at Anfield until the end of the season, and expects to get the three points in Saturday's clash against Arsenal.
"Our home form has been brilliant and that is vitally important for any team, especially a team who wants to be challenging at the top of the table," Rodgers told reporters.
With their fine form at home, having lost just once in 18 home games, the Reds are expecting to continue to score plenty of goals at Anfield, and expect to celebrate their 19 victory in front of a sold out stadium against Arsenal.
Indeed, Liverpool have scored 33 league goals at home so far this season, which is the same as they managed in the entirety of the last campaign.
The Reds' boss tried to strengthen last month but failed to bring in Mohamed Salah of Basel or Dnirpo's winger Yevhen Konoplyanka, leading to much frustration on Merseyside.
But with the like of Luis Suarez and the two England internationals, Daniel Sturridge and Steven Gerrard, Liverpool could easily take advantage of the Gunners who will battle with just their French talisman Olivier Giroud in the attacking line.
Liverpool faced a 2-0 defeat in their last meeting against the north London club last November, and Rodgers' gave Wenger's men credits for a good performance. But this time the Reds are determined to take the three to keep the hopes of a Champions League spot.
Rodgers' men could close the gap to three point behind Chelsea, if, the Blues fail to pick at least one point against Newcastle on the same day.
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