Liverpool Football Club have enjoyed one of their best starts to a season that they have had in the past decade. Currently sitting third in the Premier League, there is no doubt that the Reds are contenders for the Champions League berth they have been craving for the past couple of years.
Brendan Rodgers’ side, however, may have a real test this weekend against Arsene Wenger's Arsenal.
Arsenal’s start to the season - much like Liverpool's - is one that the club has been craving
for the past couple of years. If one were to analyse the table a little bit, they would realise that this weekend’s match up will decide who sits in first place on Monday. Liverpool will be optimistic, but Arsenal have been unchallenged this season.
Liverpool can look to the likes of Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge and Steven Gerrard to hopefully continue their form.
Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud is the man to beat at this point in the season. A relatively new striker to the Premier League, Giroud’s performances have been unrivalled by all except maybe those of his opposition frontmen this weekend.
Another positive for Arsenal has to be the form of Aaron Ramsey. This is a player who has surpassed his career best in many categories already this season. He is in the best form he has ever been in and will definitely be a threat in the midfield this weekend.
There is no question that this weekend’s match is a front heavy, exciting match that willbe a test for both teams.
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