Jurgen Klopp’s men travel to face the Gunners on Friday (7.45pm) in their last match before Christmas.
There was talk of the fixture being changed to Christmas Eve but the Premier League opted against moving it after a backlash from fans.
But, as per first reported in the Daily Mail, Liverpool supporters look set to face a huge problem getting home.
The last direct service from Euston to Liverpool leaves at 9.07pm, however with the match isn’t expected to finish until 9.40pm.
It is therefore suggested that fans wishing to watch the entire match will have to get a train via Manchester Piccadilly.
Also, with expected road closures too near the Emirates Stadium, fans may have to make alternative plans.
Supporters have been warned to get to north London as early as possible.
Liverpool have been allocated 3,000 tickets.
A club statement read: “We would like to advise supporters to arrive at the stadium early as delays might be possible if they are travelling through the area.
“Turnstiles will open one and a half hours before kick-off to allow plenty of time for access.
“There will be full searches and ticket inspections before entry.
“Fans should be aware that there are no left-luggage facilities at the Emirates.”