Six things Arsenal must do if they want to beat Liverpool

Six things Arsenal must do if they want to beat Liverpool

"I don't care when it (transfer window) closes, but it must close at the same time".

Moussa Djenepo and Nathan Redmond scored as Southampton win their first over Socceroos goalkeeper Mathew Ryan's Brighton, who had Florin Andone see red in the first half before they lost 2-0.

With the help of Opta's stats, take a deep dive into the weekend's biggest stories.

Tammy Abraham scored twice and another young English player, Mason Mount, also netted in the 3-2 win at Norwich.

Liverpool looked superb for the first 45 minutes of the season against Norwich but since then Jurgen Klopp's side have been more questionable, certainly in defence, and nearly threw away a 2-0 lead at Southampton a week ago. League officials will surely be hoping that wherever the next incident is, it is not at Bournemouth's Vitality Stadium when they visit on Sunday.

"Two games, two missed penalties".

Argentina global Aguero's second came 19 minutes into the second half and was his 400th career goal for club and country, with 235 of those coming for City.

Palace took the lead within the 32nd minute as keeper Vicente Guaita thumped the ball upfield and Jeffrey Schlupp flicked on to Jordan Ayew, who was performed onside by the slow-to-react Harry Maguire and side-footed previous David de Gea for Palace's first goal of the season.

Earlier Frank Lampard won his first game as Chelsea manager 3-2 at Norwich, while leaders Liverpool host second-placed Arsenal in Saturday's late match.

Mohamed Salah-inspired Liverpool laid down an emphatic early-season marker as they outplayed Arsenal on Saturday to win 3-1 and ensure they are the only team left in the Premier League with a 100 percent record.

And Arsenal have been responsible of one other pointless error 4 minutes after half-time when former Chelsea defender David Luiz tugged at Salah, conceding a penalty that the Egypt ahead drove residence for his second goal of the season.

Without him, Liverpool have failed to keep a clean sheet in four games in all competitions so far this season with his understudy Adrian at fault for Southampton's goal in a nervy 2-1 away win last weekend.

The performance of Nicolas Pepe on his full debut did give Arsenal supporters something to take away from the game, however, with the club-record signing becoming the first player to successfully dribble past Virgil van Dijk in the Liverpool defender's last 50 league appearances.

Here, the PA news agency takes a look at some of the main talking points from the key fixtures in the Premier League. They will meet at Vicarage Road with just one point between them, and 10 goals conceded between them. The German missed the first two games of the season, initially over security concerns after been inadvertently embroiled in a London gang conflict, while he sat out of the Gunners' win over Burnley due to a lack of match fitness.

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