Liverpool Vs Manchester City

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"I'm going for Liverpool to win 3-2".

Having won their first seven matches of 2018-19 in all competitions, Jurgen Klopp's side have come unstuck in the past week, albeit in some hard fixtures.

Guardiola will be wary of being outnumbered down the flanks in that system, however, especially with Liverpool's full-backs in such fine form, and therefore the four-man defence feels more logical. It would put a lot of confidence in us. "What I want to see is the team alive, and we are alive".

Jürgen Klopp's side also knocked City out of the Champions League and start as the favourites considering how recent encounters between the two teams have panned out at Anfield. Both sides have been playing some scintillating football at the start of the season, and this match should certainly live up to the billing.

Alexander-Arnold believes the midweek disappointment at the San Paolo could help Liverpool to improve, provided they learn from their disappointing showing. There was a bump in the road on Wednesday, but we've got to keep trying to push forward and gather as many points as we can.

"Manchester City came as close as any team ever has to a flawless season, but their flaw made it clear that they were still vulnerable human beings like the rest of us". After none of these games you go into the dressing room and think, "Now we know how to beat Manchester City", because there is no real way, no one thing that you have to do.

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"At home we made very good game as well".

Goals seem to be on the agenda when these two meet and while both teams to score looks a good option, I don't see much value in the price at around [1.56] despite thinking it may well occur, I think I would prefer to look elsewhere for a bet.

Match of the Day pundit and former Liverpool midfielder is intrigued by today's game and wonders how City will respond to last season's three losses against the Reds.

Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy lavishes praise on his current manager Pep Guardiola.

Despite only returning to training on Monday after a six-week layoff with knee ligament damage, Kevin De Bruyne could make his return to action a full two weeks earlier than expected.

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