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Full Arsenal squad revealed for Liverpool clash as Mikel Arteta prepares to make big changes

Arsenal take on Liverpool for the second time in three days as both teams prepare for the Carabao Cup fourth round tie at Anfield.

The clubs met on Monday evening in the Premier League, with champions Liverpool emerging 3-1 winners thanks to goals from Sadio Mane, Andy Robertson and Diogo Jota.

Both teams are likely to make wholesale changes to their line-ups for Thursday night’s clash, with their respective league games at the weekend in mind.

For Arsenal, fans may get a first glimpse of new signing Runar Alex Runarsson after the Icelandic goalkeeper joined as Emiliano Martinez’s replacement.

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There could also be recalls for Eddie Nketiah, Nicolas Pepe and Bukayo Saka, after the trio were left on the bench for the league clash three days ago.

When asked if he would be making changes for the game, Gunners boss Arteta said: “We’ll see how the boys are, how they recover.

“Obviously today was a really physically demanding match, we will see the players we have available and try to come here to win again.

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“I don’t know,” Arteta added, when asked whether his side showed more belief at Anfield than in recent years.

“I wasn’t here at the time. What I can tell you is the belief I sensed from the players and the disappointment they have today in the dressing room but as well that they have to face the reality that any team when they come here this is the hardest ground to come to.

“You could see big teams how they were knocked out here. I’m pleased we competed throughout the game. There’s a lot of things in our hands that we can do better and will do better.

“That’s going to help us so much in the process. I want to see my players upset and angry when they lose the game.”

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