Skipper Jordan Henderson had one of his best games against Bournemouth last weekend but against an Arsenal side that can create chances consistently, his defensive side of the game will be definitely tested.
- Coutinho header opens the scoring in the 26th minute.
However, the Gunners struck three times in the six minutes that followed the Egyptian's effort to incredibly go in front as Alexis Sanchez, Granit Xhaka and Mesut Ozil all found the target to stun the visitors.
Along with the massive history and rivalry between the two sides the anticipation for tonight's game against Liverpool has been amplified even more.
Liverpool are now fourth in the Premier League, 18 points behind runaway leaders Manchester City in fourth, but the Merseysiders are the only team to have rivalled the exciting football from Pep Guardiola's men.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp admits that "it is hard to explain" how his team did not beat Arsenal in Friday's Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium.
When these two teams met earlier this season, a much-hyped matchup gave way to Liverpool dominance and the worst Arsenal performance of the season.
Roberto Firmino had the last say, putting the ball under Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech in the 71st.
Speaking after the entertaining 3-3 draw, Wilshere told Sky Sports: 'We felt we didn't do ourselves justice in the first half, we played with fear; we were scared to play our natural game.
He said: " We didn't do ourselves justice in the first half.
Arsenal limped to the half time whistle and Liverpool, though leading, should have done better.
Milner sent Salah one on one with Koscielny in the right channel and, while the France defender did well to hold up the in-form forward, Coutinho flicked in his first ever Premier League headed goal after the cross took a kind deflection. They had an extra yard and we made mistakes.