13 Января, 2018
LIVERPOOL take on Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday, but who will play?
Guardiola is expecting Liverpool to attack having encountered Jurgen Klopp's teams many times.
Liverpool's response has been to approach Red Bull Leipzig in an attempt to bring Naby Keita to Anfield earlier than agreed. Liverpool fans will be hoping to see the likes of Salah step up to fill the void left by Philippe Coutinho.
Despite the slight hiccup in Crystal Palace, Man City, the dominant favorite on the EPL championship odds, still holds a commanding 15-point lead over second place Manchester United on the English Premier League table and has more goals for (64) and less goals against (13) per match than any other club.
I enjoy watching Liverpool and they now have £75m Virgil van Dijk at the back. If City continue as they've done in recent months, they've march to the title.
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City cannot buy them all. Just six have been conceded over a 10-game period but the majority of them have come during the latter stages of either half.
But one player who he won't be too fussed about leaving is Daniel Sturridge.
The Liverpool centre-back is ready to make his Premier League debut for his new club
Camera IconSadio Mane's red card was a turning point last time.
Guardiola's men are also on pace to win an historic Quadruple of titles in 2017-18.
It isn't the case of a strong spell of form, Sterling has now proven he belongs at elite level.
Containing the in-form winger is likely to be Fabian Delph, who has enjoyed something of a renaissance under Guardiola this season.
It has benefited his big names. Klopp hailed Coutinho's "professionalism" as the Brazilian secured his dream move.
"It means a lot in terms of how complicated it is to play there". They were tired last year because he was tired.
And that's not even mentioning Roberto Firmino, who himself has nine goals and four assists to his name in 2017/18, leaving the Reds' striking department well stocked. This clash will be a cracker.
But no matter how intense or tough it gets, Sane will not change. If there is a masterplan at work, there is little evidence of its genius. "You need to show up". I'm quite sure that I will never be the same player again that I was. "The records are there to be broken". It almost worked but had the final say on the night two minutes into stoppage time. Just let the game happen - the fixture will speak for itself. I said to him after a game 'Chapo!
"We had flashes of that in the game at the Etihad".