Speaking to media at the pre-match press conference, Jürgen Klopp said: "Hendo feels really good but it will be probably the start of the week when he will be back in training", before adding, "Naby [will be the] end of this week".
No team will be able to completely contain Liverpool's high-powered attack for 90 minutes but Milner's opener still felt a bit unnecessary. Can't be accused of going missing in this one.
Granit Xhaka fired too close to Alisson from a well-worked corner, but the Brazilian worldwide was fortunate when he rushed from his goal and was beaten to a floated cross by Henrikh Mkhitaryan, whose header drifted inches wide.
The visitors appeared on course to inflict a first defeat on the Gunners since August when Milner scored the 50th Premier League goal of his career to open the scoring just after the hour-mark.
On the other side, it's been more than two months since Saints last won a league game (Sept. 1), their only victory in PL play this season.
The Gunners, looking to extend their unbeaten run to 14 games in all competitions, poured forward in search of an equaliser and the pressure paid off when Lacazette struck in the 82nd minute.
"It's very important when you play against City, Chelsea and Liverpool and if you win it's better".
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Croatia's Marin Cilic will play Germany's Philip Kohlschreiber after he beat Robin Haase of The Netherlands 6-7, 6-4, 6-2. Fourth seed Alexander Zverev also cruised into the last eight with a 6-4 6-2 win over Diego Schwartzman .
"Maybe after Manchester City and Chelsea, today we are more near those teams, but we need this quality in every match".
Emery's work with this Arsenal team has been exceptional, and Saturday's comeback draw vs.
So how has Emery inspired such a swift turnaround from the malaise of recent seasons?
GK Bernd Leno, 5 - A mixed bag from the goalkeeper. "It doesn't make a big difference match-wise, but that's how it looks".
Liverpool were also threatening and had the ball in the net moments later, only for Mane's effort to be controversially ruled out for offside.
Arsenal's Emirates Stadium home had become a toxic place to be in the last days of Arsene Wenger's 22-year reign.
Nobody raised a protest on Liverpool's behalf, either on the pitch or off it, but replays quickly showed that the officials had got it wrong.
It was a test of Emery and his players, of their resilience and self-belief - in many ways a test of what exactly he is trying to bring to Arsenal.
Arsenal started the game off well, although they failed to take advantage of their early dominance.