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Liverpool vs Manchester City Live stream

February 07, 2021

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Premier League title rivals Liverpool and Manchester City face off in a huge match this weekend.

City look in frightening form and have moved up to the top of the table in recent weeks.

They have won 13 games in a row in all competitions and can take a major step towards claiming the top-flight title with a win at Anfield this weekend.

Liverpool’s inconsistent form continued in midweek as they suffered a shock defeat to Brighton.

Jurgen Klopp’s men know they must win this Sunday to keep their title hopes alive.

             

 Liverpool vs Man City: How to watch

This match will be held at Anfield on Sunday, February 6 and will kick-off at 4:30pm.

This game is being broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League from 4pm and will follow their coverage of Wolves vs Leicester.

Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.

Liverpool vs Man City: Team news

Liverpool hope to have Alisson Becker, Fabinho and Sadio Mane back for the visit of leaders City.

The Reds’ goalkeeper missed the midweek defeat by Brighton due to illness, while Fabinho and Mane have sat out recent matches with muscle injuries.

New signing Ozan Kabak is eligible for the squad but it seems unlikely Jurgen Klopp will throw him straight in for such an important match.

City, meanwhile, are still without Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne.

Aguero continues to build up his fitness in training after a spell out with coronavirus while De Bruyne is absent with a hamstring injury.

Nathan Ake also remains on the sidelines with a muscular problem.

Liverpool vs Man City: What has been said?

Pep Guardiola says he expected better from rival Jurgen Klopp than to indulge in mind games prior to City’s trip to Liverpool.

Klopp, in referring to City’s postponed game against Everton following a Covid-19 outbreak at the club over Christmas, suggested Guardiola’s side had two weeks off as a result.

Guardiola said: “He made a mistake. Jurgen has to see the calendar again.

“We had Covid, we had one week and we played with 14 players in Stamford Bridge.

“Tomorrow when I see Jurgen I will ask him how long we had off. I’m surprised, I thought Jurgen was not that kind of manager, I didn’t expect that comment. Maybe it was a misunderstanding.”

City have not won at Anfield since 2003.

Guardiola said: “The game is for Sunday, to win and get three points. It isn’t about how many years or centuries and so on. It is another game, one of 38 in the Premier League.”

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