EPL Where were you last season – Klopp warns Arsenal over Liverpool’s home record, Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp has issued a warning to ‘super’ Arsenal, insisting his side can beat the Gunners at Anfield
The Gunners will travel to Merseyside this weekend to trade tackles with Liverpool at Anfield as they continue their title challenge.
Liverpool have struggled for consistency this season, winning just 12 of their 28 league games to slip to eighth.
Jurgen’s side followed up their 4-1 defeat in the hands of Manchester City at the weekend with a goalless draw with Chelsea on Tuesday night.
But Klopp believes his team can build on the draw when they host Arsenal despite Arteta’s side ‘flying’ and playing ‘super football’.
“The next game is Arsenal,” Klopp told reporters after Tuesday’s game.
“I don’t know exactly where Arsenal were last year, but they are now obviously flying, in incredible shape, playing super football, honestly, that is really good to watch.
“But we are there, it is a home game and our home record is not as bad as the away record.
“Anfield is waiting for us and we want to deliver,” he said.