Arsenal will kick of the premier league on Sunday with a game against Liverpool.
Former Gunner midfielder Paul Merson has gave his own prediction while speaking with SkySports.
The Pundit believes Arsenal will be held to a 2-2 draw and there will be some sloppy defending from both sides.
Merson said: “Liverpool, they are decent going forward, they are quick and score goals on the break, but again, defensively they are not too good either. I see plenty of goals in this one.”
The Gunners will be without Per Mertesacker and Gabriel Paulista who are currently injured, Per is expected back in action by December while Paulista will be out for 8 week after picking up an injury last week Sunday against Manchester City.
This means new signing Rob Holding is expected to be in action for the Gunners.
He said: “The injuries are a major concern for Arsenal. They have one centre forward in Olivier Giroud when their rivals have three or four each. Don’t tell me Alexis Sanchez and Theo Walcott are centre forwards. They might be able to step in for one or two games but you are not going to win the Premier League that way