Klopp Hopes To Set Things Right Against Manchester City

Klopp Hopes To Set Things Right Against Manchester City

Klopp Hopes To Set Things Right Against Manchester City

Manchester City's last three away games have seen them win just once by a single goal to nil, with their game at Swansea being the only game to be settled by more than a single goal which was predicted by the football tipsters at Tipsters Review.

Any potential slip up by the champions elect will leave the door open for the Red Devils, who host managerless Stoke City on Monday evening.

Sunday's encounter with City at Anfield will be fourth-placed Liverpool's first match since the departure of Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona.

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The loss of Coutinho notwithstanding, Liverpool still has firepower with the EPL's No. 2 scorer, Mohamed Salah, along with Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino.

"There have been signs that City, particularly the centre backs - not so much John Stones but (Nicolas) Otamendi or (Eliaquim) Mangala - you can press certain players and nick the ball off them".

City could become the first team to win a top-flight match at Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United in the same season since Wimbledon in 1986-87. "It could take another couple of transfer windows before they can get the right players".

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"It was a special day and one I remember really well", he said. "There is always a leader, someone you can hang your hat on at Liverpool". So it was a good start for me on the two Merseyside grounds - but that was as good as it ever got!

"I think Vincent is not ready but the others are doing quite well. It is a completely different club now to the one I joined as a kid".

While Bayern Munich may have pulled out ahead at the top of the Bundesliga (again) the battle for the other three Champions League spots is remarkably close.

Klopp will surely have learnt something from Bristol City's heroic, attacking performance on Tuesday in the Carabao Cup, only going down 2-1 after a victor from sub Sergio Aguero deep into stoppage time. It's only in recent years, since the Abu Dhabi money came in, that City have improved.

Anfield is no easy place to secure a victory, though City forward Raheem Sterling will surely be out to prove a point at the place he used to call home.

"Alberto Moreno is back in team training yesterday, [the game against] City is too early but he should be back soon". "I don't think City will win but I don't think they will lose either".

"I'm focused on Liverpool, as a manager, you have a lot of work to deal with so you have to choose what to be focused on", said Guardiola.

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