Raheem Sterling of Liverpool surges past Brett Pitman (R) of Bournemouth during their English League Cup quarter-final soccer match at Goldsands Stadium in Bournemouth, southwest England, December 17, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Winning
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Liverpool will hope to draw inspiration from memories of last season's 5-1 demolition of Arsenal when the teams resume hostilities in the Premier League at Anfield this weekend.Arsenal lost 3-2 at Stoke City in their last domestic away game, but have since produced back-to-back 4-1 wins over Galatasaray in the Champions League and Newcastle United in the league.While City are on a five-match winning run in the league, cross-town rivals Manchester United will be looking to record a seventh consecutive victory when they travel to Aston Villa.Last Sunday's victory over Liverpool enabled Louis van Gaal's team to remain eight points behind Chelsea and five behind City, prompting captain Wayne Rooney to declare that they still have designs on the title.Fourth-place West Ham, beaten only once in their last 10 matches, host bottom club Leicester, who are now five points from safety.
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