Arsenal look set for a crucial clash against Liverpool on Saturday as the gunners have confirmed most of their players are fit for the Premier league weekend showdown at the Anfield.
The gunners received a major boost in their squad with the fitness of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who returned to training with his teammates.
Aubameyang was carried off on a stretcher during Gabon World Cup qualifers match against Libya but he’s now fully fit ahead of Saturday encounter.
The 32-year-old scored the only goal for Gabon from a penalty spot but they failed to qualify for the World Cup following Egypt’s draw with Angola.
Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp on the other hand will be glad to have Sadio Mane fit as there was concern about an injury he picked during Senegal’s World Cup qualifers.
While, Andy Robertson is a major doubts for the Anfield Giants following an hamstring injury he picked during Scotland’s World Cup qualifers match against Denmark.
Arsenal will be hoping to extend their unbeaten run to 11 matches when they face Klopp’s men. While, Liverpool will look forward to bouncing back from their defeat to West Ham that ended their unbeaten run this season.
A win for the gunners will see Mikel Arteta’s men top Liverpool who are 4th with 22points while Arsenal are 5th with 20points.
Arsenal started the season so poorly loosing their first three premier league games with heavy scoreline without scoring a goal in those defeats.
Surprisingly, the gunners are three points ahead of Manchester United and four points above Tottenham Hotspur who are 9th on the table.