Arsenal's Unai Emery - I want to smile like Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp

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However, if the Gunners approach the game with the right mindset, then nothing will hold them back.

Though Manchester City now sit atop the Premier League standings, a mere six points separate the top six teams.

"There are teams that sometimes run more than we do given the amount of defending they have to do". Previous year a few teams played really good seasons but there was no chance to catch City because, by October-November, the gap was already that big. Playing on home turf, Arsenal surely will have the advantage, especially as the Gunners have demonstrated this season how ruthless they can be at the Emirates.

Liverpool head to Arsenal on Saturday having equalled their best start to a Premier League campaign but, despite remaining unbeaten and taking 26 points from a possible 30, are second in the table on goal difference following the champions' victory at Tottenham Hotspur.

"Every day we are continuing to improve", he added.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp expects both players to return to full training next week, but says the match comes too soon for them.

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"Today was a test of how we are against a team like Liverpool". 'The new history is in the present and also, with our players, our quality and our capacity, I believe in my players and this project. Unai Emery's side lies at fourth sport just two points adrift of the third-placed Chelsea. In many ways, this is a bigger game for them than it is for the Reds.

But during the Premier League era, there's no doubt that Arsenal have been far more successful than the Merseysiders.

After shaky goalkeeping from Leno allowed Milner to put the visitors ahead, substitute Alex Iwobi helped Arsenal fight back as he set up Lacazette's goal with a clever through-ball. "As long as the boys are fit, we have a really good football team".

"We need to stop them doing their jobs in the 90 minutes", Metro UK quoted Emery at his pre-match press conference.

"For the supporters it is a great match and a good spectacle but I am only 50 percent happy because we wanted to win". I keep seeing him tracking runs in my mind and he couldn't have done any better.

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