This is undoubtedly the most interesting match of the 29th round in Premier League. Manchester City suffered a big disappointment on Wednesday since dropped out of Champions League after losing 3:1 from Monaco. Manchester City has no room for mistakes in the championship if they want next year to play again in Champions League. Pep Guardiola can not count on injured Vincent Kompany, Gabriel Jesus and Ilkay Gundogan. Manchester City is presenting slightly unconvincing as host recently. "Citizens" recorded two draws in their last three home games for the championship.
Liverpool is the most controversial team in England. Despite its weak performance last 2 months the team somehow still lingers in the Top 4. Liverpool is in a series of two consecutive league wins, something that didn't happen since December. Jürgen Klopp has very serious problems. Out because of injuries are Roberto Firminyo, Jordan Henderson, Daniel Sturridge and Danny Ings. In this situation Liverpool attack will likely be led by Mane and Origi. Liverpool is unbeaten against teams from top 8 of the table.
Interesting facts about the game:
Last 5 Manchester City home games against Liverpool ended with more than 2.5 goals.
Manchester City did not commit goal in their last three league games.
The last 3 Manchester City games in Premier League ended with less than 2.5 goals.
The last 3 Liverpool games in Premier League ended with more than 2.5 goals.
Manchester City are unbeaten in their last six home games in Premier League.
Liverpool is unbeaten in their last 5 games against Manchester City.
Liverpool is still unbeaten against teams from the top half of the table. This indicates that Jürgen Klopp knows how to place his team when playing against a strong attacking team. Manchester City are very disappointed by dropping out of the Champions League and it is possible to record a new negative result.
* - Odds correct at time of publication, and are subject to change.
- Odds-120 Bet365
- Match result1-1 (+6.64)
|13 Willy Caballero|
|24 John Stones|
|30 Nicolás Otamendi|
|42 Yaya Touré|
|22 Gaël Clichy|
|21 David Silva|
|17 Kevin De Bruyne|
|19 Leroy Sané|
|7 Raheem Sterling|
|10 Sergio Agüero|
|22 Simon Mignolet|
|17 Ragnar Klavan|
|32 Joël Matip|
|7 James Milner|
|2 Nathaniel Clyne|
|23 Emre Can|
|20 Adam Lallana|
|5 Georginio Wijnaldum|
|11 Roberto Firmino|
|10 Philippe Coutinho|
|19 Sadio Mané|
|Coach: J. Klopp|
Head 2 head
Head 2 head Statistics
Last 5 home Manchester City
|07.04.18||Manchester City - Manchester United||2-3||Premi|
|07.03.18||Manchester City - Basel||1-2||UEFA|
|04.03.18||Manchester City - Chelsea||1-0||Premi|
|10.02.18||Manchester City - Leicester City||5-1||Premi|
|31.01.18||Manchester City - West Bromwich Albion||3-0||Premi|
Last 5 away Liverpool
|07.04.18||Everton - Liverpool||0-0||Premi|
|31.03.18||Crystal Palace - Liverpool||1-2||Premi|
|10.03.18||Manchester United - Liverpool||2-1||Premi|
|14.02.18||Porto - Liverpool||0-5||UEFA|
|11.02.18||Southampton - Liverpool||0-2||Premi|
Last 5 away Manchester City
|04.04.18||Liverpool - Manchester City||3-0||UEFA|
|31.03.18||Everton - Manchester City||1-3||Premi|
|12.03.18||Stoke City - Manchester City||0-2||Premi|
|01.03.18||Arsenal - Manchester City||0-3||Premi|
|25.02.18||Arsenal - Manchester City||0-3||Carli|