Last Updated: Sat, 03 Mar 2012 11:42
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is looking for his side to follow their victory over Spurs with another vital three points at Anfield.
The Gunners season had looked to be heading nowhere until their magnificent fight back at home to Spurs last weekend and now everyone is looking forward again.
Wenger wants to follow that win with all the points at Liverpool and put a major dent into Kenny Dalglish's side's Champions League ambitions.
Arsenal are seven points clear of the Reds and a win on Saturday lunchtime would stretch that to an almost insurmountable 10 points and that is wheat Wenger is after.
He told reporters: "Liverpool are a team who are in the fight for the Champions League places, and that's why this game is so vital for us," said Wenger.
"Chelsea, Newcastle, Liverpool and us are in the fight for fourth place. We have a good opportunity on Saturday to put Liverpool really behind us. We want to take that.
"We know we are in a special fight with Chelsea, who are on the same level of points, so every point we can take now is vital until the end of the season."
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