Arsenal vs Liverpool: Ian Wright disagrees with Jamie Carragher prediction ahead of Anfield clash

Arsenal will face Liverpool this weekend in the weekend 30 of the premier League. The match is expected to be a tough test for the Gunners who are 8 points clear of the second place Manchester City in the title race.

Gunners legend Ian Wright has disagreed with Jamie Carragher over his prediction for the forthcoming Anfield clash between Liverpool and Arsenal this weekend.

The Gunners were 4-1 better than Leeds United at the weekend with goals from Ben White, Granit Xhaka and brace from Gabriel Jesus. They secured all the needed three points to maintain their lead over Manchester City.

Liverpool performance away from home this season has been nothing to write home about, but could be a beast playing at home this weekend when they face Arsenal. The Reds are sitting third in the home form table.

The Reds home record over Arsenal is one of the best in the league, 11 years home unbeaten. But with the Gunners current form, it’s expected of the Emirates landlord to secure the needed three points at Anfield.

Ian Wright and Jamie Carragher have given their predictions ahead of Arsenal’s clash with Liverpool

Despite Arsenal beating Liverpool at home ex-Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher predicts Liverpool will defeat Arsenal at Anfield: “I think Liverpool beat Arsenal at home.”

However, Ian Wright of the opinion that the Gunners can end their run at Anfield this weekend to continue their title race.

“I think Arsenal can do it, I’m confident Arsenal can do it. It’s so exciting. I can already feel the buzz around that game.

“With what’s going on at Liverpool, it’s the time to attack them and get them to answer some questions,

“If we can beat them – which I think we can – then I’m starting to get very excited. I’m excited as it is but these are the huge games in a title race.” Wright said on The Wrighty House podcast





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