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The referee blows his whistle for full-time and Arsenal have notched an impressive 2-0 victory over Liverpool thanks to goals from Cazorla and Ramsey. The result opens up a five-point lead at the top of the table and leaves Liverpool third.
Jenkinson is shown a yellow card for a foul in midfield which halts a Liverpool move.
Arsenal's third and final change sees Jenkinson come on for Cazorla as Wenger shores things up for the closing stages.
Gibbs is unable to continue and Vermaelen comes on to fill in at left-back, with Monreal staying ahead of him.
Wenger decides to shuffle his pack for the first time and bring on the more defensive-minded Monreal for Rosicky.
GOAL! Arsenal make it 2-0 and it is a stupendous goal from Ramsey, whose season just gets better and better. He has the opportunity to let off a shot on the half-volley from 25 yards and he unleashes a powerful strike which dips over Mignolet as it sails into the top corner.
Arsenal get us started in the second half. Liverpool have made a change at the interval, bringing on Coutinho for Cissokho, which is likely to mean they will revert to a back four and change the formation.
The whistle goes for half-time and Arsenal lead 1-0 thanks to Cazorla's volley. There has not been much to choose between the sides after an absorbing 45 minutes, and we are set up for an even more thrilling second half.
Cissokho becomes the first Liverpool player to go into the book following a rash tackle on Sagna near the touchline.
Gerrard asks referee Atkinson about his decision buit there is no changing his mind now, as Sagna receives a yellow card.
GOAL! Cazorla makes it 1-0. Arsenal take the lead with a fine goal as Sagna whips in an excellent right-wing cross after being released by Arteta. Cazorla's header crashes against Mignolet's left-hand post but he reacts quickly to fire an excellent volley in and spark celebrations from the Emirates Stadium faithful.
'This is Fayez from Amman, im a LFC fan and not impressed by our squad for the night, the game is gonna be fab, sure that the SAS will give us a leading score by the end of the first half, 1-3 for the Pool. YNWA!!'
Jensen from Sydney says: 'Brendan must have seen signs in training about Flanagan. In fact, I was at Emirates when Carragher suffered head injury before Kuyt equalised 1-1. I appreciated how Flanagan kept his composure during all events. As long as the five defenders tackle well, I'm confident the front five can score against Gunners. Fancy a 1-1 draw or a Liverpool victory!'
Harry Andrews from sunny LA writes: '2-0 to the Gunners is my prediction. Ozil to run the show and Giroud to get both goals. We need to bounce back from that defeat to Chelsea and this could be one of the biggest games of our season if we can prove we're capable of competing with the top teams.'
Mamun says: 'Arsenal have a strong powerful attacking side with a strong midfield and Liverpool would not be able to catch them out . I predict the gunners to win 2-1 . Cmon Gunners.'
Duncan McNiven writes: 'Been looking forward to this clash for a couple of weeks now. Liverpool fan from north of the border. These are most the most consistent two side in the PL and it should be a cracker !!! My thoughts are a score draw but my heart says a 2-1 win for the Pool. Suarez hat-trick last week was amazing however tougher opposition this week is a big test. Sturridge will make big impact hopefully getting on the score sheet YET AGAIN.'
Conan from Cheltenham has been in touch, saying: 'Luis Suarez to run Metersacker ragged. I see a 2-1 win for Liverpool on the cards.'
Why not head over to Sky Bet if you fancy a flutter, with Arsenal at 5/4 and Liverpool 23/10. A draw is 12/5, while Arsenal's record signing Ozil is 9/1 to net the first goal.
'Hi Roady (a Gooner here). Am thinking SAS will be netting once but can see Arsenal breaking the slight dip of home form and Giroud and Ozil getting one each. 2-1 Arsenal, possibly half time full time bet worth doing though?'
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