Arsenal – Liverpool: times, how to watch on TV, stream online | Premier League

Premier League leaders Liverpool will be looking to take an important step forward in their fight for the title, as Arsenal are one of the contenders with real chances of winning the trophy.

The Reds are having a sensational season in the domestic competition, losing only one of the 22 games they have played so far. They are commanding the standings with 51 points, five ahead of Manchester City and The Gunners, although Pep Guardiola’s side has one game in hand.

The last time both sides met was back in January, and Liverpool emerged victorious with a 0-2 victory in their FA Cup third-round clash.

You can watch a live stream of the game on Peacock.

What time does Arsenal vs Liverpool start?

The game between Arsenal and Liverpool will be played on Sunday, February 4 with kick off at 11.30 a.m. ET / 8.30 a.m. PT.

How can I watch Arsenal vs Liverpool?

The following channels will be broadcasting the game live in the US: SiriusXM FC.

Remember, you can also watch a live stream of the game on Peacock.

Follow Arsenal vs Liverpool live with AS USA

You can be sure not to miss a moment of the action by joining our live text commentary right here on AS USA. Build up begins around an hour before kick-off.

Form guide for Arsenal vs Liverpool

Let’s have a look at the most recent games for these two teams:


  • January 2024: Nott. Forest 1-2 Arsenal
  • January 2024: Arsenal 5-0 Crystal Palace
  • January 2024: Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool
  • December 2023: Fulham 2-1 Arsenal
  • December 2023: Arsenal 0-2 West Ham


  • January 2024: Liverpool 4-1 Chelsea
  • January 2024: Liverpool 5-2 Norwich
  • January 2024: Fulham 1-1 Liverpool
  • January 2024: Bournemouth 0-0 Liverpool
  • January 2024: Liverpool 2-1 Fulham

Arsenal vs Liverpool prediction

This is one of the most difficult games to break down. Both sides have been very solid this campaign in the Premier League and are expected to fight until the very end for the title. Liverpool defeated Mikel Arteta’s side last time out, but will the hosts be able to avenge their loss in the FA Cup? While anything can happen in a game like this, we expect both sides to score in a match that could well end up in a draw. Prediction: Arsenal 2-2 Liverpool.


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