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An upcoming summit between Liverpool and Manchester City in order to determine the form of the struggle for the Premier League title

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League Plus – Liverpool will host Manchester City at a quarter to seven on Sunday evening at Anfield Road as part of the twenty-eighth round of the English Premier League.

The first international match between the two teams at Etihad Stadium ended in a draw with one goal for each side, as Erling Haaland scored for Manchester City, and Liverpool’s goal came from Trent Alexander-Arnold.

The match carries great importance in the title battle, because Liverpool leads the competition with 63 points, one point behind Manchester City, while Arsenal comes third with 61 points, before the start of the twenty-eighth round of the Premier League.

Liverpool achieved 19 victories and 6 draws in the Premier League this season, compared to two defeats. The team scored 64 goals and conceded 25 times.

On the other hand, Manchester City achieved 19 victories and 5 draws in the league during the current season, compared to 3 defeats. The team scored 62 goals and conceded 27 times.

Jurgen Klopp is considered the coach that Pep Guardiola has played against the most, as the two coaches clashed 29 times, during which the German coach won 12 times, compared to his Spanish counterpart’s 11 wins and 6 draws. Thus, Klopp remains the coach that Guardiola fell against the most during his coaching career.

The two teams met 53 times in the modern version of the English Premier League, which began in 1992 under the name of the Premier League, where Liverpool won 21 times, compared to 12 wins for Manchester City and 20 draws.

Liverpool scored 81 goals against Manchester City in the Premier League, compared to 73 goals for the Citizens, and the Reds emerged 15 times during these confrontations with a clean sheet compared to 9 times for Man City.

The lineup of the two teams in the match is expected to be as follows:

-Liverpool: Kelleher, Bradley, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Soboslai, Endo, McAllister, Salah, Nunez, Diaz.

-Manchester City: Ederson, Walker, Diaz, Stones, Ake, Silva, Rodri, De Bruina, Foden, Haaland, Alvarez.

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