Liverpool will host Manchester City in one of the biggest matches of this season’s title race. Who will win and take a step closer to the Premier League title?
Liverpool and Manchester City have now become the two powerhouses in Premier League football after the arrival of Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola, respectively.
After Guardiola took over at Manchester City, there has been a shift of power in Manchester. Manchester City have won the last two consecutive Premier League titles, a feat which hasn’t been achieved by any team over a decade. The class of Aguero, Sterling, David Silva, De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva along with others is what took them above others.
Liverpool have also been transformed into serious title contenders by Jurgen Klopp. Klopp’s intelligent transfer market business saw them sign Van Dijk, Salah and Mane who have made them European Champions.
The fixture between Liverpool and Manchester City has now become the title showdown fixture of the Premier League in recent years. This year too isn’t any different. Liverpool are now 6 points clear of Manchester City. But this match can change the whole scenario of the Premier League title race.
Liverpool’s star defender Van Dijk told reporters: “That’s something we are not going to think about or discuss now whether a draw is good enough. We want to win every game that we play and so it is Sunday of course, and they want to win as well. So we will see.
“I have no fear. You should not have fear when you go out on the pitch. That’s not something that we feel. We know we have the quality to win games, but we have to be more than at our best at times, and hopefully for the full 90 minutes, and try to grind out games as well. I think we have been doing it in some games this season.”
He further added: “A lot of experience we had last year, winning the Champions League, getting so close to the Premier League, it’s always going to benefit us in a good way. Winning the Champions League can get you up in the clouds but the manager, the staff, the players have the right mentality at the moment that we want to do it again, like other teams.”
“Everyone knows how difficult it is but we are just going to go for it and see where it brings us at the end of the season. If it doesn’t bring us what we want it to be, we will just try again next year. That’s the mentality we have.”
When is the Liverpool vs Manchester City Premier League match?
The Liverpool vs Manchester City Premier League match will be played on 10th November, 2019.
Where will be the Liverpool vs Manchester City Premier League match played?
The Liverpool vs Manchester City Premier League match will be played at Anfield, Liverpool’s home ground.
What time does the Liverpool vs Manchester City Premier League match begin?
The Liverpool vs Manchester City Premier League match will kick-off at 10:00 PM IST.
Which TV channels will broadcast the Liverpool vs Manchester City Premier League match?
The Liverpool vs Manchester City Premier League match will be telecasted on the Star Sports Network (Star Sports Select HD 2).
How can you watch the live streaming of the Liverpool vs Manchester City Premier League match?
The Liverpool vs Manchester City Premier League match will be live-streamed on Jio TV and Hotstar.
Liverpool: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Lovren, Van Dijk, Robertson; Fabinho, Henderson, Wijnaldum; Salah, Firmino, Mane.
Manchester City: Bravo; Walker, Stones, Fernandinho, Mendy; De Bruyne, Gundogan, Bernardo; Mahrez, Aguero, Sterling
Did you know?
- Liverpool have only lost one of their last 28 top-flight home matches against Manchester City and are unbeaten in their last 16 against them at Anfield in the Premier League (W11 D5).
- Roberto Firmino has had a hand in seven goals in his eight Premier League matches against Manchester City, scoring four and assisting three. He has both scored and set up a goal in three different meetings with the Citizens.
- Manchester City have won 11 of their last 12 Premier League away matches while scoring 30 goals at an average of 2.5 per fixture.
- Sergio Aguero has scored 49 goals in 79 Sunday Premier League matches and could become just the second player to reach 50 on that day of the week after Wayne Rooney, who struck 63 times in 142 fixtures.
(via Premier League)
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