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Liverpool 1 — 1 Man City – Arsenal remain at the top as it stand



Liverpool vs Man City  Premier League clash to ignite Anfield


Get ready for an electrifying showdown at Anfield as Liverpool and Manchester City, two fierce contenders for the Premier League title, go head-to-head. This highly anticipated match marks the final encounter between Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola on Merseyside, adding an extra layer of excitement as Klopp aims to bid farewell with a second league crown.


Despite City being widely regarded as the favorites to secure their fourth consecutive title, they trail behind Liverpool by just one point as they enter this evening’s primetime kick-off. Yesterday, Arsenal claimed the top spot with a victory over Brentford, but a triumph for either team at Anfield will see them reclaim the summit. Guardiola can count on the fitness of Jeremy Doku, who is available on the bench, as they strive for a sixth consecutive victory, having last experienced defeat in early December.


Liverpool has the opportunity to extend their winning streak in this match, having won their last seven games. Additionally, they have remained unbeaten at home since February of last year. It is worth noting that Ibrahima Konate is currently injured, while Mohamed Salah will start the match on the bench.


Manchester City’s starting line-up consists of Ederson in goal, with Walker, Stones, Akanji, and Ake forming the defensive line. Rodri and De Bruyne will control the midfield, while Silva, Alvarez, and Foden will provide support in the attacking positions. Haaland will lead the line for City.


On the other hand, Liverpool’s starting line-up includes Kelleher in goal, with Bradley, Quansah, Van Dijk, and Gomez forming the defensive line. Endo, Mac Allister, and Szoboszlai will control the midfield, while Elliott, Nunez, and Diaz will provide the attacking threat. Salah will be available as a substitute for Liverpool.


In their most recent encounters, Manchester City have managed to maintain an undefeated streak against Liverpool, spanning over three matches.


It is worth noting, though, that these games were all held at the Etihad Stadium. In contrast, the three previous face-offs, two of which were hosted at Anfield, resulted in victories for Liverpool.


Liverpool has emerged victorious in a remarkable 108 matches, while 57 games have ended in draws. On the other hand, Manchester City has secured triumph in 60 encounters.


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