Liverpool  continue to look impressive this season and last week their destruction of West Brom is only likely to have boosted the confidence of attacking pair Luis Suarez  and Daniel Sturridge .
Suarez netted his fourth career hat-trick for Liverpool within the hour and to not be outdone Sturridge scored with an impressive strike to get his name on the score sheet and nearly could have had his own hat-trick if things had gone his way.
However, a trip to Arsenal is not one to be taken lightly and with the Gunners also on impressive form this season and being the only club with more points in the league table than Liverpool and Chelsea.
The Reds are expected to field the same 11 against Arsenal that were so effective against West Brom. Philippe Coutinho is believed ready for his return and could be one of the first subs for the club as Brendan Rodgers will be certain to want to have the young Brazilian involved if needs be.
Aly Cissokho is likely to keep his place in the first team after an impressive performance last week and with Jose Enrique still working to return to full fitness.
Liverpool will be the first club in the top eight that the Gunners have faced and are also facing arguably the best attacking pair in the league at the moment.
Between the two clubs in their last six matches in London there have been an equal share of seven goals apiece out of a total of 14 scored.
If the Reds win, then they have a chance of once again taking the seat at the top of the table unless Chelsea defeat Newcastle and the place is shared.
Liverpool's attack is likely to be the most talked about part of the weekend fixture's buildup, but Martin Skrtel and the defensive line of himself, Kolo Toure and Mamadou Sakho are going to be the three players along with keeper Simon Mignolet that the game will be decided by as the Gunners offense is no joke either.