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Arsenal starting XI: Szczesny, Bellerin, Koscielny, Mertesacker, Gibbs, Arteta, Wilshere, Ramsey, Alexis, Ozil, Welbeck

Subs: Ospina, Chambers, Rosicky, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Cazorla, Campbell, Podolski

Liverpool starting XI: Mignolet, Manquillo, Moreno, Lovren, Sakho, Gerrard, Henderson, Coutinho, Sterling, Lallana, Balotelli.

Subs: Jones, Enrique, Toure, Lucas, Suso, Borini, Lambert.

 

 

 

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LIVERPOOL STATS...

Raheem Sterling is Liverpool’s top scorer this season, with 2 goals.

Sterling has also averaged a pass accuracy of 80% so far this season.

Ludogorets’ stadium only holds 6,000 people, meaning their Champions League home games are played at the national stadium in Sofia.

Ludogorets’ record transfer fee is just £1.5m.

Defender Cosmin Moti saved two shootout penalties against Steaua Bucharest, standing in after Ludogoret’s keeper was sent off, to send his team into the group stages of the Champions League.

ARSENAL STATS…

In 2013 Arsenal became the first English team to win at the Westfalenstadion thanks to an Aaron Ramsey goal.

This is the third time in the last four seasons that the two teams have been drawn in the same group.

Arsenal have five wins from their last 10 away games in the Champions League.

Arsenal have conceded from the first shot on target faced in all four Premier League games this season.

Only once, in 2003, has more than one goal separated the two teams.

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