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LIVERPOOL - Liverpool will avoid the temptation to secure Champions League progress on the away goals rule in their quarterfinal second leg against Arsenal tonight, manager Rafael Benitez said.
A 1-1 draw at the Emirates Stadium last Wednesday means Liverpool would reach the last four if the game at Anfield finishes goalless.
"We don't want a 0-0 draw," Benitez said yesterday. "I would prefer us to win. For us it is important to score a goal if we want to win the game. Arsenal can score goals away from home, so we have to think about winning the game."
The match will be the third time the two teams have met in seven days, with Saturday's Premier League clash in London also finishing in a 1-1 draw.
That result appeared to have put an end to Arsenal's Premier League hopes, but Manchester United's draw at Middlesbrough has given Wenger's men renewed hope.
Third-placed Arsenal are six points behind the leaders with five games left. Fixtures:
Chelsea v Fenerbahce, (agg 1-2); Liverpool v Arsenal, (agg 1-1)
Tomorrow:Barcelona v Schalke 04, (agg 1-0); Man Utd v Roma, (agg 2-0). - Reuters