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Predicted Liverpool lineup against Manchester City

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Cary Erickson | 10 November, 2019, 14:53

Last time City went to Anfield in the league, Pep Guardiola set his team up defensively looking to not loose and you feel that the Spanish tactician will be looking for more of the same.

Klopp believes that the England worldwide has made big improvements in his game and feels he is a key threat ahead of the weekend.

This is why, despite common sense and current form pointing towards Liverpool at Anfield, Manchester City must not be discounted.

Liverpool FC have made a stunning start to the new Premier League season and they have won all but one of their 11 games.

However, after Merseyside Police confirmed they were aware of one social media post urging fans to bring "pyros and pints", Klopp sought to play down Sunday's welcome. If somebody at Man City is concerned still, then it's our fault. "That's completely different", said Klopp on the previous attack on City's bus.

"I personally feel they could not afford to lose [Aymeric] Laporte, Manchester City". "It was one of us and we're all responsible and we all have to make sure this doesn't happen again".

The Premier League's top two sides are due to meet for the first time this season at the weekend, with six points now separating them in the table. "Playing at Anfield, we know what it means for them and for all their rivals". We're here to ensure that you don't.

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City took four points from Liverpool last term and had Riyad Mahrez not blazed over a late penalty, they would have won both clashes.

However, the manager is likely to go in with his tried and tested combination of Georginio Wijnaldum, who scored in the midweek and the fit-again Jordan Henderson against the Premier League champions. And then after that we will see how the situation is and use that situation.

"If nothing changes and we're nine points behind, people will say this was the decider, but we could say the same about the games against Wolves, Norwich and Tottenham".

"It's not [about] adapting, it's because they are good", Guardiola said.

While the clubs are in constant dialogue in the build-up to the game - as is normal practice - it is understood the problem has been raised at executive level by City.

"In football, you never know what you get for it".