Both Liverpool and Arsenal fans will share a gnawing sense of disappointment that this clash isn’t a table-topping battle, but nevertheless, we should be in for a cracker on Merseyside.
But with neither side in particularly great form, this really could go either way, while the draw is 23/10.
In all probability though, far better value lies in backing the match result with both teams to score.
The pressure to bag a top-four spot is on though, and both sides can’t afford to settle for a draw while rival teams around them collect a win.
Especially when you consider the last few meetings between these two.
Klopp’s new-look Reds shocked the Gunners on the opening day of this campaign in a 4-3 thriller, while last season’s Anfield clash produced just one goal less in a 3-3 epic.
In total, five of the last six meetings have seen at least four goals scored, with at least five netted on four of those occasions.
Over 4.5 shouldn’t be ruled out either at 4/1.
And it’s a case of take your pick from the goalscorers too.
Roberto Firmino may have only three goals in his last 13 league games, but the Brazilian netted twice in this fixture last term – including the opener – and is 5/1 favourite to break the deadlock again.
But with 17 goals and eight assists, no Premier League player has directly contributed to more goals than Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez, and the Chilean is 6/1 to net first and 15/8 anytime.
Liverpool happen to be Olivier Giroud’s most successful top-six opponent however, with the Frenchman bagging five goals versus the Merseysiders.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing