Liverpool will need to get back to winning ways at Arsenal after a disappointing draw at home to Burnley on Saturday.

If the Reds are going to set a new record points tally they must now win each of their three remaining fixtures, starting with Arsenal on Wednesday night at the Emirates.

Whilst the champions were dropping their first home points of the season on the weekend, their hosts Arsenal were losing the North London derby at nearest rivals Tottenham.

Mikel Arteta will be hoping his side can bounce back as their fading quest for European football next season continues.

This will be the third meeting between the two clubs this season, with Liverpool winning both previous fixtures. A 3-1 home win at Anfield in August in the Premier League was followed by an outrageous 5-5 draw in the Carabao Cup with Liverpool’s combination of fringe players and youngsters winning the tie on penalties.

The Gunners will be without Gabriel Martinelli who underwent knee surgery last month whilst goalkeeper Bernd Leno will miss out as he recovers from a knee issue. Young striker Eddie Nketiah will also serve the second of his three-match ban.

Both Matteo Guendouzi and Mezut Ozil have been sidelined for dubious reasons in recent weeks and it remains to be seen if they will return.

The Reds will be without captain Jordan Henderson for the remainder of the campaign as he recovers from a knee injury but James Milner and Xherdan Shaqiri have both been in full training of late.

Here’s how we think Klopp will line his team up: