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Unbealivable, Arsenal’s embarrassing record at Liverpool’s Anfield revealed

Arsenal has been flying high this season as they are currently leading the Premier League title but their next opponents will be against Liverpool at Anfield Stadium, and their poor record has been revealed.



As Arsenal prepare to face Liverpool at Anfield Stadium on Sunday, the Gunners are no doubt aware of their poor record at the ground over the past few years. In fact, it’s fair to say that they’ve underperformed significantly when playing away to The Reds.

Statistics show that Arsenal have been outscored 22-4 in their last six visits to Anfield in the Premier League. That’s a worrying trend for any team, let alone one that is currently sitting at the top of the table in a highly competitive title race.

But why have Arsenal struggled so much at Anfield? There are a number of factors that could be contributing to this poor run of form. Firstly, Liverpool are one of the strongest teams in the Premier League and have a formidable home record. Any team travelling to Anfield knows that they are in for a tough game, and Arsenal have struggled to rise to the occasion in recent years.

Another possible explanation for Arsenal’s struggles at Anfield could be a lack of mental fortitude. It’s no secret that The Reds have an excellent fanbase that can create a very intimidating atmosphere for visiting teams. Arsenal may have struggled to deal with the pressure of playing in such an environment, leading to mistakes and poor performances.

Whatever the reason for Arsenal’s poor record at Anfield, it’s clear that they will need to improve their form if they want to maintain their position at the top of the table. With just a few points separating them from Manchester City in second place, every game is crucial in the remainder of the Premier League season.

One positive for Arsenal is that Liverpool have been struggling this season. Currently sitting in eighth position on the table, The Reds are a shadow of the team that won the Premier League last year. This could give Arsenal some hope that they can break their poor run of form at Anfield and come away with a crucial win.

Overall, the Arsenal squad will be aware of their poor record at Anfield, but they will undoubtedly be hoping to turn things around on Sunday. With so much at stake in the Premier League title race, every point counts, and a win at such a tough venue would be a huge confidence boost for the Gunners. Let’s wait for the outcome of this match on Sunday.


Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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