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5 reasons why Liverpool will destroy Arsenal

U. K. Dey
FEATURED WRITER
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6.15K   //    21 Dec 2017, 16:18 IST

Liverpool v Everton - Premier League
Salah and Mane are a devastating pair

So, it is official: I like to play with fire otherwise what could possibly explain such outright outlandish claims? Let it be written in my epitaph that I was a crazily brave soul. Anyhow, Liverpool are set to destroy Arsenal.

The two top 4 seekers are on the run to make it to the top 4 of the Premier League by the time the season. And the amount of competition between the teams this season means that every match counts—especially these.

Right now, only one point separates the two teams. While the Merseyside outfit is at 34 from 18 games, the Londoners are at 33 from the same amount of games—and there is a good chance that the former are going to stay on top of the latter.

And here are 5 reasons why…


#5 Liverpool’s frontline

Starting with the obvious reasons is what I always prefer since it leaves them out before the others, which in turn leaves room for unpredictability for the end. The frontline of Liverpool consists of the might Mane, the fantastic Firmino and the super Salah.

They complement each other better than almost every attacking trio in Europe right now. While Sadio Mane attacks from the left and provides much-needed pace, dribbling and strength, the Egyptian blazes in from the left to provide the scorer’s instincts.

And then there is the Brazilian striker whose withdrawn role is necessary for the two attackers to succeed. It is Firmino’s relentless pressing that allows the other two to be at their ruthless best. And against a not-so-great Arsenal defence, this trio of players might just run havoc.

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U. K. Dey
FEATURED WRITER
Writing was just a hobby I picked to escape from the stress of A-levels. And now, it is exactly what pays my bills every month. Write for multiple platforms with interest in both football and cricket. Have a tendency to be on the dark side.
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