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Arsenal v Liverpool v Chelsea v Manchester United – Away Records Against Each Other

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On Saturday, 5 April, Arsenal play at home to Liverpool in the second of their three fixtures against each other in the space of seven days.

It will be Rafael Benítez’s 12th Premier League visit to one of the big four and he has yet to win. Benítez has lost all three matches at Arsenal and all four at Manchester United. Liverpool have failed to score in their four Premier League visits to Chelsea since Benítez took charge in the summer of 2004.

Liverpool’s first point at Arsenal, Chelsea or Manchester United under Benítez’s management came from a 0-0 draw at Chelsea in February.

Two of Liverpool’s three goals on other big four grounds under Benítez were scored at Arsenal. In May 2005, Steven Gerrard scored in a 3-1 defeat and Luís García scored as Liverpool lost 2-1 in March 2006.

Big Four managers in away matches against each other in last four seasons — Premier League only

See records after the jump.

Pts
Manager Club
P
W
D
L
F
A
16
Alex Ferguson Manchester United
11
4
4
3
10
10
16
José Mourinho/Avram Grant Chelsea
12
4
4
4
15
13
6
Arsène Wenger Arsenal
11
1
3
7
6
16
1
Rafael Benítez Liverpool
11
0
1
10
3
20

Can Rafa improve his luck and finally get an away win against Liverpool’s top rivals?

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