ARSENAL know they must give 110 per cent for the entire 90 minutes against Liverpool tomorrow.
And Unai Emery wants his players pressing from the front, with Jurgen Klopp intent on continuing to play out from the back.
Liverpool head into the crunch clash at the Emirates tomorrow as Manchester City’s biggest rivals for the title.
The Reds have won eight and drawn two of their opening 10 Premier League games – the same as City.
But Arsenal have started equally well under new manager Emery.
The Gunners are just four points and two places behind Liverpool in the table.
And Emery wants his team to pressure the visiting Merseysiders into making mistakes tomorrow (5.30pm).
Arsenal can close the gap to Liverpool to just a point with victory in north London this weekend.
And asked about his game plan to stop Liverpool, Emery said: “We need to stop them doing their jobs in the 90 minutes. They have individual players and also are a collective.
“For us it’s about success through our quality, our performance and also our respect”
“They are developing moves with the goalkeeper because they build up through Alisson, the centre-backs and the midfield players.
“They can progress up the pitch with a lot of quality starting with Alisson.
“We need a big match in the individual duels against them and also tactically we need to be together and play with our identity and style that we need to impose on them. It’s difficult for 90 minutes but in moments we need to impose our ideas in a duel of 90 minutes.
“I think it’s a very difficult game against a very difficult team but for us it’s about success through our quality, our performance and also our respect.
“Each match is a very important match. The most important is tomorrow. It’s a very big test because it’s against Liverpool.
“They are a very good team, an intense team, and they require a lot of work for us to battle them but I believe in our team and our players. We are also going to play our way.
“They say there are a lot of goals in past matches between Arsenal and Liverpool. The most important thing for us is that every supporter enjoys match but we want to enjoy winning!”
Liverpool boss Klopp is likely to start with his dynamic attacking trio of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino at Arsenal tomorrow.