“We know the standards that they have set in this league, how consistent they have been and that is because they dominate almost every aspect of the game,” Arteta told Arsenal’s official website.
“So we need to be at our best, we need to compete really well against this team and hopefully the boys are able to do that on Monday.
“There is some variability depending on what they do, how we have to control those aspects, how we can attack in different ways as well. It is like quick waves all the time with them, without much time to breathe. It is a really quick game, it doesn’t see long sequences of passes against them. We have to be at our best, that’s for sure.
“It is normally difficult enough to play the same team in four days and for the players as well to adapt. Obviously, the first game has a big impact on the second one and it is really tough to beat the same opponent twice in that short period.
“When you talk about Liverpool that challenge is much bigger but I just want to focus on Monday. Let’s try to get the best possible preparation against them, go there, and most importantly have the belief that we can go there and win. We all have to believe that we are capable of doing that.”
Arsenal’s away record against the top six teams in England has been poor since 2015 without a win.
The last time Liverpool lost a league game at home was in April 2017 to Crystal Palace 2-1.