Liverpool v Manchester City Live stream
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Liverpool vs Manchester City Live stream: Match preview
Liverpool vs Manchester City Live stream is one of the most eagerly anticipated Champions League quarter-finals in recent memory – and it’s not hard to see why.
Just consider the rich and diverse range of narrative strands framing the tie.
It’s Jurgen Klopp v Pep Guardiola. Mohamed Salah v Kevin de Bruyne. Raheem Sterling back on Merseyside. The battle of arguably the two most entertaining sides in the country right now.
The list could go on. In short, it’s a script-writer’s dream.
What better backdrop, then, than a revved-up Anfield as England’s two remaining Champions League pugilists clamber between the ropes for the first round of what promises to be a thrilling white-knuckle slugfest.
In the red corner: Liverpool, the European aristocrats with the scent of a sixth crown firmly in their nostrils and the only team to beat City in the Premier League so far this season.
And in the blue corner: City, the swashbuckling, record-breaking Premier League champions-elect for whom this competition has become a holy grail since owner Sheikh Mansour’s arrival in 2008.
Their two previous meetings in 2017-18 featured 12 goals, with the Reds’ madcap 4-3 win at Anfield in January providing a measure of revenge for the 5-0 chasing they suffered at the Etihad Stadium in September.
European knock-out first legs tend to be more low-key, but it would be no surprise if Wednesday’s latest collision ignited in similar fashion.
Klopp, for one, admits he is expecting sparks to fly.
“If I would have had the choice to watch a Champions League game on Wednesday, I would watch this one,” he said.
“It is about tactics, but there will be fire in the game. So that’s cool.
“Did we think before the first [league game against City] we would lose 5-0? No. Did we think before the second we would win 4-3? No. Do we know we have a chance? Yes. But they are the favourites.
“At specific moments I think we are on a similar level but they have been much more consistent and that’s why they are about 20 points higher in the league.
“I have no problem with respecting that. But we all know that in this game, it doesn’t mean too much. We see our chance but we know it will be unbelievably difficult.”
The expectation of “fire” can largely be explained by the vast array of attacking talent likely to be on show at Anfield.
Liverpool’s fearsome trio of Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino have smashed 75 goals in all competitions this season, while City’s first-choice front three of Sterling, Leroy Sane and Sergio Aguero have plundered 64.
In the wake of his side’s 3-1 win at Everton on Live Stream Zone, Guardiola was asked if he would be making special plans for 37-goal Salah, who looks to be in a straight fight with the masterful De Bruyne for the PFA Player of the Year award.
“Not just him, Mané and Firmino [too]. All three, they are almost unstoppable,” said Guardiola.
“They are fantastic players. The way Liverpool play is so complicated for us. We know that. They are so quick, they are so good and it is tough.
“We cannot deny [the excellence of the] three people running up front, plus [Alex Oxlade-] Chamberlain in the middle, plus set pieces with Virgil van Dijk.
“They are an extraordinary team.”
The game ushers in a potentially landmark week for City, who can clinch the Premier League title on Saturday with a home victory over bitter rivals Manchester United before welcoming Liverpool for the second leg next Tuesday.
However, Guardiola should be just as wary of facing Klopp as he is of confronting Salah, Mane and Firmino.
The German has beaten him more times – six, if you include Borussia Dortmund’s penalty shootout win over Bayern Munich in the 2015 German Cup final – than any other manager.
Klopp also boasts an impressive record against City from his time with Dortmund and Liverpool, having only suffered one defeat in nine meetings, winning five and drawing the other three.
Conventional wisdom suggests Liverpool need a lead to take along the M62 next week if they are to have any chance of reaching the last four.
Can Klopp deliver it with a seventh career success over Guardiola?
Make sure you join us live from 7pm on Wednesday night to find out. You’d be mad to miss it!
Liverpool vs Manchester City Live stream: Team news
Both teams were handed bad news on the injury front ahead of the game, with Joel Matip (thigh) and Sergio Aguero (knee) ruled out.
Matip will be out for the rest of the season and joins Joe Gomez, Ragnar Klavan and Adam Lallana on the sidelines.
Emre Can will have a late fitness test on a back problem.
For City, Aguero, who has missed the past five games for club and country, and long-term ACL victim Benjamin Mendy are the only confirmed absentees.
Fit-again Fabian Delph could come back into contention for the left-back berth, particularly with Aymeric Laporte, who played there against Everton, doubtful due to a foot injury.
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