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arsenal vs liverpool – previous meetings   Leave a comment

Highest Aggregate :9
Liverpool 3 – 6 Arsenal

2006/2007
Highest Arsenal score: 8
Arsenal 8 – 1 Liverpool
1934/1935

Highest Liverpool score: 5
Liverpool 5 – 0 Arsenal 1963/1964

2012/2013
Wed 30 Jan
Arsenal 2 – 2 Liverpool
Premier League

Sun 02 Sep
Liverpool 0 – 2 Arsenal
Premier League

2011/2012
Sat 03 Mar
Liverpool 1 – 2 Arsenal
Premier League

Sat 20 Aug
Arsenal 0 – 2 Liverpool
Premier League

2010/2011
Sun 17 Apr
Arsenal 1 – 1 Liverpool
Premier League

Sun 15 Aug
Liverpool 1 – 1 Arsenal
Premier League

2009/2010
Wed 10 Feb
Arsenal 1 – 0 Liverpool Premier League

Sun 13 Dec
Liverpool 1 – 2 Arsenal
Premier League

Wed 28 Oct
Arsenal 2 – 1 Liverpool
League Cup

2008/2009
Tue 21 Apr
Liverpool 4 – 4 Arsenal
Premier League

Sun 21 Dec
Arsenal 1 – 1 Liverpool
Premier League

2007/2008
Tue 08 Apr
Liverpool 4 – 2 Arsenal
Champions League Liverpool won 5-3 on aggregate

Sat 05 Apr
Arsenal 1 – 1 Liverpool
Premier League

Wed 02 Apr
Arsenal 1 – 1 Liverpool
Champions League

Sun 28 Oct
Liverpool 1 – 1 Arsenal
Premier League

2006/2007
Sat 31 Mar
Liverpool 4 – 1 Arsenal
Premiership

Tue 09 Jan
Liverpool 3 – 6 Arsenal
League Cup

Sat 06 Jan
Liverpool 1 – 3 Arsenal
F.A. Cup

Sun 12 Nov
Arsenal 3 – 0 Liverpool
Premiership

2005/2006
Sun 12 Mar
Arsenal 2 – 1 Liverpool
Premiership

Tue 14 Feb
Liverpool 1 – 0 Arsenal
Premiership

2004/2005
Sun 08 May
Arsenal 3 – 1 Liverpool
Premiership

Sun 28 Nov
Liverpool 2 – 1 Arsenal
Premiership

2003/2004
Fri 09 Apr
Arsenal 4 – 2 Liverpool
Premiership

Sat 04 Oct
Liverpool 1 – 2 Arsenal
Premiership

2002/2003
Wed 29 Jan
Liverpool 2 – 2 Arsenal
Premiership

Sun 29 Dec
Arsenal 1 – 1 Liverpool
Premiership

Sun 11 Aug
Arsenal 1 – 0 Liverpool
Charity Shield played at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

2001/2002
Sun 27 Jan
Arsenal 1 – 0 Liverpool
F.A. Cup

Sun 13 Jan
Arsenal 1 – 1 Liverpool
Premiership

Sun 23 Dec
Liverpool 1 – 2 Arsenal
Premiership

2000/2001
Sat 12 May
Arsenal 1 – 2 Liverpool
F.A. Cup played at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

Sat 23 Dec
Liverpool 4 – 0 Arsenal
Premiership

Mon 21 Aug
Arsenal 2 – 0 Liverpool
Premiership

1999/2000
Sun 13 Feb
Arsenal 0 – 1 Liverpool
Premiership

Sat 28 Aug
Liverpool 2 – 0 Arsenal
Premiership

1998/1999
Sat 09 Jan
Arsenal 0 – 0 Liverpool
Premiership

Sat 22 Aug
Liverpool 0 – 0 Arsenal
Premiership

1997/1998
Wed 06 May
Liverpool 4 – 0 Arsenal
Premiership

Sun 30 Nov
Arsenal 0 – 1 Liverpool
Premiership

1996/1997
Mon 24 Mar
Arsenal 1 – 2 Liverpool Premiership

Wed 27 Nov
Liverpool 4 – 2 Arsenal League Cup

Mon 19 Aug
Liverpool 2 – 0 Arsenal Premiership 1995/1996

Wed 01 May
Arsenal 0 – 0 Liverpool Premiership

Sat 23 Dec
Liverpool 3 – 1 Arsenal Premiership
1994/1995

Wed 12 Apr
Arsenal 0 – 1 Liverpool Premiership

Wed 11 Jan
Liverpool 1 – 0 Arsenal League Cup

Sun 28 Aug
Liverpool 3 – 0 Arsenal Premiership 1993/1994

west brom vs Arsenal – capital one cup preview   Leave a comment

Arsene Wenger can apparently do no
wrong at the moment.
The Frenchman has managed Arsenal
to seven consecutive victories,
erasing all memory of what was
initially a shattering defeat to Aston
Villa more than a month ago.
He has orchestrated this truly
remarkable run using almost the
exact same group of players during
a congested period in the schedule.
Injuries have eliminated almost all
tactical freedom, of course, but
Wenger has nevertheless found a
profoundly effective blend.
At long last, he will be able to give
some of his key players the rest
that they so need and deserve.
Arsenal have never won the League
Cup—known as the Capital One Cup
for sponsoring reasons—during
Wenger’s tenure at the club, largely
because of his reluctance to start
many of his key players in a
tournament that is generally
regarded as less prestigious than
other domestic competitions.
Despite the fact that the Gunners
have been handed a somewhat
unfavorable draw in West Brom
(when they were equally likely to be
matched with various lower-league
clubs), it is highly unlikely that
Wenger will refrain from allowing his
best players to rest their tired legs.
There still are not a plethora of
options at the manager’s disposal,
but Arsenal are facing the Baggies
at a time when important squad
members are returning from injuries
to play their first minutes of the
season.
Thus, there can be much more
rotation than there would have been
a week or two ago. This doubly
benefits the freshly fit men
attempting to regain their former
fitness and those who have played
numerous intense minutes since the
start of the season.
Let’s look at what starting XI Wenger
might put on the pitch at the
Hawthorns.
His first important choice concerns
who will start in goal, as Wojciech
Szczesny will almost certainly be
afforded a deserved breather after
playing all 720 minutes (plus
stoppage time) of the season thus
far.
There are two eminently capable
options available to replace him, and
neither are likely to remain with the
club beyond this season.
Emiliano Viviano, fresh off the plane
from Palermo, would receive
valuable experience against Premier
League opposition if he is afforded
the opportunity to start. Lukasz
Fabianski, on the other hand, ended
last season superbly, keeping
Szczesny out of the team.

Posted September 24, 2013 by arsenalwonder in arsenal, Capital one cup, Preview, Uncategorized

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Bradford vs Arsenal   1 comment

The gunners got their first win in four games when they entertained west brom at the emirate stadium with two penalties which erased robbin van persie’s record of being the last arsenal man to score from the spot. Nice to see arterta tuck away the penalties and hope more come our way and are tucks as well.
Arsenal currently have the second best defence record away from home in the premier league conceeding six goals in eight games.
Striker zaron hines (ankle) and winger kyel Reid (groin) both making progress with their injury concerns but are not yet ready for this fixture.
There has been 25 previous clashes between the two sides with Arsenal winning 11 against Bradford 9 with five draws between them.
Bradford has seen off wigan this current campaign at the Dw stadium in october via penalty.
Bradford boast the best defence in league two conceeding just six in eleven matches at valley parade.
Bradford lost just once in their last twelve fixtures – Arsenal must be at their best to win this.
Wish the gunners the best today

Posted December 11, 2012 by arsenalwonder in Capital one cup

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