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Arsenal are in a great run of form at the moment and life under Mikel Arteta appear to be going rather well currently.

The team are currently sitting fourth in the Premier League table and, with the games in hand that they have over their rivals, have to be considered to be in the driving seat for the final qualification place to next season’s UEFA Champions League.

Of course, now might not be the time to be thinking too much about Europe’s elite competition given that the Gunners still have 12 games left in order to complete the season and you can guarantee that the English top-flight campaign will go right down to the wire.

Unfortunately, one of the games in hand is the visit of Liverpool on Wednesday night; a game that Arsenal may not want to have happened at this moment in time.

Indeed, the north London outfit are doing extremely well at the moment, having won their last six, but the Anfield outfit will provide a top challenge and one that a bookmaker does not see the Emirates Stadium club managing to overcome.

According to Betway Sportsbook, who are currently providing punters with the opportunity to enjoy a number of bonuses and special promotions including odds boosts,Arsenal are priced at 13/5 to get the three points, whereas Liverpool are currently provided with odds of 10/11. With Liverpool needing the win to close the gap on league leaders City, Betway have boosted Liverpool to win and both teams to score from 12/5 to 3/1.

Nonetheless, there will be an air of confidence around the club that they could potentially pull off a victory on Wednesday night, as the team have proven that they can get past any opponent that is put in front of them at the moment.

As mentioned, the Gunners are currently enjoying a six-game unbeaten streak that was recently extended after an impressive performance against Leicester City, whilst some of the club’s players appear to have been able to step up as the season drives on.

Youngsters such as Bakayo Saka and Martin Odegaard are performing well, whilst the team as a collective appear to be enjoying their football on the pitch.

News on Monday may have also boosted their chances of winning and the confidence around the squad as it emerged that Mohamed Salah is a doubt for the game after missing Liverpool training following an injury he picked up in the game against Brighton & Hove Albion at the weekend.

Something that we can all expect, though, is that we will be in for a top game of football on Wednesday night!

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