"We know the size of the task. We've got a very, very difficult game against Arsenal. Liverpool lost to them last year having played well but went down 2-1. So we're hoping that we can change that and look to be better." Brendan Rodgers wasn't Liverpool manager when they lost in injury time to Arsenal at Anfield last season, but he's plenty familiar with the impact the loss had. Now, with a chance to turn sentiment back in a positive direction, he'll look to have his side in position for their first league win over the London club at home in more than five years.
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Preview: Liverpool v. Arsenal
Johnson Skrtel Agger Enrique
Borini Suarez Sterling
Bench: Jones, Carragher, Shelvey, Downing, Henderson, Kelly, Coates
Jenkinson Mertesacker Vermaelen Gibbs
Oxlade-Chamberlain Cazorla Podolski
Bench: Koscielny, Martinez, Santos, Ramsey, Coquelin, Gervinho, Walcott