Nevertheless, Liverpool's thrashing of the Gunners at the start of the campaign and 4-3 success on the opening weekend of last term suggests the hosts are there to be got at and Klopp may be rewarded for ditching pragmatism.
And ahead of Liverpool's trip to the Emirates Stadium on Friday night, Wenger highlighted the wealth of attacking options at Klopp's disposal as a key issue.
"It's hard to guess, but we have tried to see what I'll do but for me the most important thing is we turn up and it's a positive performance".
"Liverpool are very good going forward, so you see a very good overall defensive performance", he told reporters on Thursday.
"Is he sure of a place there?"
Kolasinac started in Tuesday's Carabao Cup win over West Ham, but Wenger said both players are in contention against Liverpool. In a big club, you have big competition for every single place. "After that we looked at certain things to try and change them and then it's all about the togetherness in the squad".
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"So thank God, I, or we, here make the decisions and nobody else".
Salah established himself as Liverpool's best player this season, scoring 19 goals with the club including 14 goals in the Premier League to be the league's top scorer.
Victory over Bournemouth may have seen the Reds project themselves as the swashbuckling side who have averaged almost two-and-a-half goals a game, but as results in Sevilla and at Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur have proven in each of the last three months, a defensive calamity is only around the corner.
"I think you've got to put him in the centre, in the midfield three and say "you are playing there" and leave him there for 10 games".
"That means there is a deficit between the expected goals and the number of goals we scored".
"So, let's just maybe hope that we can do more with set-pieces, be more efficient - there are plenty of aspects we can work on that we can improve".