The Gunners travelled to Anfield last weekend to take on the Reds in Premier League action and were thrashed 5-1, despite entering the game on top of the table.
To make matters worse, the home side were 4-0 up within 20 minutes and elected to substitute star trio Steven Gerrard, Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez off in the second half.
The two sides are due to meet again in the coming days in FA cup action, with Liverpool entering the tie in confident mood after a last gasp win at Fulham.
Arsenal meanwhile drew at home with Manchester United 0-0, which has led to some questioning their title credentials.
Szczesny says that the North London club are keen to set the record straight and avoid a similar scoreline to the last time they took on Brendan Rodgers’ side.
“It will be a big game for us because we conceded five against them and it was a little bit humiliating,” Szczesny told The Metro.
“We want to recover as soon as possible and it is a good chance that we play them a week afterwards.
“It was just an accident, it happened. Liverpool were terrific offensively, we were a little bit weak defensively and got punished.
“I certainly believe it is out of our system now because we turned up against United with a good defensive show.
“You can’t say you saw the real Arsenal at Anfield, you have to judge us over a longer period of time.
“People have seen the real Arsenal over the last year. We conceded five on Saturday, but our defensive record over the last year or so has been amazing.
“You saw that against United, we didn’t concede against a top side with fantastic strikers and we hope to do that against Liverpool.”