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Liverpool v Arsenal Betting Preview, Tips, Latest Odds 4 March

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Mar/03/2017

Gambling911.com has your Liverpool v Arsenal betting preview, tips and the latest odds for this Premier League matchup.

Liverpool was at 11/10 odds, Arsenal and the Draw were each at 5/2 odds.

Liverpool have won a single game and four losses in their last six overall while Arsenal have three wins and three losses.

Liverpool and Arsenal have each won two, drawn three, and lost two of their last seven meetings with one another.  Three or more goals have been scored in six of the last seven meetings, making the OVER a solid bet here today.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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