Emery urges Arsenal to ‘write a new history’ as Liverpool loom

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Liverpool have since reached the Champions League final last season and are now level on points with Premier League leaders Manchester City.

The Gunners have been one of the surprise packages in the Premier League this season after Unai Emery took over the reins from Arsene Wenger in the summer.

"We need also to do a big match in individual duels against them and also tactically, I think we need to be together and play with our capacity, identity and style and we need to impose on them". It couldn't get more hard to make it 13, as Liverpool don't look like being beaten any time soon.

Arsenal haven't faced a top-six team since their narrow loss at Stamford Bridge but the Gunners have proven adept at dispatching the smaller teams in the English top flight. But I believe in our team and our players.

Arsenal shook off their habit of getting off to slow starts in games as they came out attacking from the start and had the lion's share of chances in the first half - although Liverpool often looked risky on counters and hit the post through Virgil van Dijk before the break, while Sadio Mane's goal was questionably ruled out for offside.

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.

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"I believe we were the better side today and that's how we must continue". "But if they can not play we are going to play another player".

- Arsenal have won more points from losing positions than any other Premier League side in 2018-2019 (8). And then the smile is bigger when you win.

"Liverpool's defence has been superb".

But he wants to make sure he is enjoying the journey just as much as the Liverpool boss is. We are in our mentality that we also need to improve things but each match they are giving us a lot of information for improvement and development and I trust in my players'.

That was ended last weekend when they drew 2-2 with Crystal Palace but the Gunners can be very encouraged with the start they've made under Emery.

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