Arsenal season ticket holder and journalist Nick Callow provides the view from the Emirates ahead of our clash with the Gunners.
How are you feeling ahead of this one?
Pessimistically optimistic. We are capable of beating and losing to any side these days. Always hope and expect to win, but it is hard to know if the players have got the wit to put it all together on a consistent basis.
Thoughts on your gaffer?
Love him, but fear we could be nearing the end of an era. I just hope he goes on his own terms and is not hounded out by idiots with short memories. Team not a patch on what it was, but who could do better with same funds? Has done more for Arsenal, on and off the pitch, than any manager in the history of the club. Has positively influenced English football too. This season will probably be the end of our remarkable run of qualifying for Champions League football, but he proved me wrong last season and long may he continue to do so.
Best way to win at the Emirates?
Surely you know that already? Lump the ball into our box or anywhere over the top and you should have a chance of scoring.
Weakest links in your team?
Depends on who is playing, but normally central defence and defensive midfield. We have not got a decent central pair this season and lack pace there. We haven't replaced Alex Song, who went to Barcelona in the summer, and it shows.
Players who can hurt Liverpool?
Where to start? Santi Cazorla, Jack Wilshere, Theo Walcott, Lukas Podolski, Olivier Giroud and The Ox - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlian - are all proven goalscorers, and all capable of taking advantage of any potential defensive frailties.
Which Liverpool player would you most like to sign?
Raheem Sterling. I haven't seen much of him yet, but he appears to have the potential to be an excellent attacking player. Or have we got enough/too many of them at Arsenal already? No - you can never have too many good players.
One song we're likely to hear?
'We won the league on Merseyside' (I was behind the goal when Mickey Thomas scored the winner in 1989) is always a favourite home or away against Liverpool. There are others, but probably not appropriate for here.