Football fans around the world are going to watch the biggest match of the season tonight. It is the match of Manchester City VS Liverpool, which will decide who will win the league title. The clash is also exciting for two mastermind coaches, Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola. Both are considered the best football managers at the moment. However, the point difference between Manchester City and Liverpool is only one. Man City are one point ahead of the Klopp boys. So, this game will be a key for both teams to conquer the league.
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Both Liverpool and Man City are in a brilliant form both in the UEFA Champions League and the English Premier League. They have won the first leg of the quarterfinals in the UCL. But coming to the EPL, Man City have dropped some points in their last five games. Meanwhile, the Klopp boys didn’t drop a single point in the previous five league matches. As a result, they got closer to Man City.
Liverpool will play at the Etihad Stadium, where the home team has a good record. Liverpool won here only one of their previous 12 meetings with Manchester City. Moreover, The All Reds are winless in the four matches against Man City.
Jurgen Klopp expects to get a full-fit squad for tonight’s game. Fabinho, who suffered a knock against Benfica, is available for tonight’s match. Giving the updates on him, Klopp said,
When I looked last time on my smartphone, it looked like everyone is available again. We will be prepared. We both played Tuesday, so we had enough time to prepare for the game, to recover. That’s good. How I said, let’s go.
On the other hand, Manchester City have an injury issue in their squad. Ruben Dias will miss the match due to a hamstring injury. But the rest is fit for the game. However, Pep Guardiola has talked about Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp. He said,
In the Premier League in the time I have been here, except the first season, from then on the last five years they have been an incredible, marvelous contender. I am very pleased to face that on Sunday and next week. Jürgen is as big a rival as I have had in my career. I think what both teams propose is good for football.