Liverpool vs Manchester City
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Liverpool vs Manchester City

Probable starting eleven: Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Skrtel, Sakho, Flanagan, Coutinho, Gerrard, Henderson, Sturridge, Suarez, Sterling Manchester City: Hart, Zabaleta, Demichelis, Kompany, Kolarov, Toure, Fernandinho, Silva, Nasri, Aguero, Dzeko The most interesting match in England Premier League will be played at Anfield. I expect both sides to share the points. Liverpool have a great opportunity to win the title. The Reds are four points clear of Manchester City on the top of the table, but the Citizens have two games in hand. Liverpool are in fantastic form and they secured the ninth successive Premier League victory last Sunday when they beat West ham with 2:1. It was a difficult match full of controversy, but Liverpool players showed caracter. Here are the victories for Liverpool against other top teams: 30.03.2014. Liverpool – Tottenham 4:0 16.03.2014. Manchester United – Liverpool 0:3 08.02.2014. Liverpool – Arsenal 5:1 Impressive record, no doubt about that. It seems Rodgers knows the formula for playing against other top teams. Liverpool had much more problems against mid-table sides like West Ham (won 2:1), Sunderland (won 2:1), Swansea (won 4:3) or Fulham (won 3:2). Rodgers has almost all players available for this match, only the long-term injury victim Jose Enrique is sidelined with a knee injury. So, Liverpool are in great form, but it won’t be easy against Manchester City. The guests have good and experienced players. One of them is the midfielder David Silva. He believes the ball-possession will be the key of the match: – We look forward to the big games and matches like this are special. We know how well Liverpool have been playing, but our form has been very good, too. It’s one of seven important games we still have to play and I believe we need to play like we all ways play and that means we will go to Anfield to attack and look to score goals. There are too many factors that could decide the game but without doubt, having control of the ball will be very important. We go there to win – a draw is not a bad result but we never play to draw. We go out to win every game. Manchester have two wins and a draw on the last three matches. Two of them were against other top teams. Here are the results: 05.04.2014. Manchester City – Southampton 4:1 29.03.2014. Arsenal – Manchester City 1:1 25.03.2014. Manchester United – Manchester City 0:3 The manager Manuel Pellegrini is missing Matija Nastasic due to a knee injury. Brandon Rodgers has yet to beat Manchester City since taking charge at Anfield in June 2012. However, three of the previous four mutual games have finished with draw. Here are the results: The last mutual games between these two teams have produced lot of goals. Here are the results: 26.12.2013. Manchester City – Liverpool 2:1 03.02.2013. Manchester City – Liverpool 2:2 26.08.2012. Liverpool – Manchester City 2:2 25.01.2012. Liverpool – Manchester City 2:2 – Carling Cup I expect another draw. Manchester City are stronger, but Liverpool have the home advantage.