Steven Gerrard says Liverpool v Manchester City not to be missed

Steven Gerrard says Liverpool v Manchester City not to be missed

Liverpool beat a lot of sides not just City (last season).

Manchester City will be looking to cement their position at the top of the table with a positive result when they take on Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday afternoon. Not yet, anyway. "Bollocks", was Klopp's response when the suggestion was put to him on Friday.

In their 14 encounters so far in Germany and England Klopp, whose flashing white smile and easy charm betray a steely demeanour, has won eight - one of them on penalties - while Guardiola has won five with one match being drawn. "So we won the Premier League". To minimise those three players on Sunday, we have to attack and be as good as possible. "They are so strong". What I want from my teams in these kind of games is to be ourselves in terms of personality.

Both teams have accumulated 19 points from their opening seven league games in 2018/19, with City topping the table on goal difference now.

"All we can do is try to do our job". "We shouldn't need the police to protect the bus", said the Spaniard.

"We don't save lives, we don't create anything, we are not good in surgeries, we are only good in football".

Klopp believes it is folly to promote the claims of two clubs in the Premier League when the leading pack are growing ever stronger.

Pep is still trying to work out how to play against Liverpool, a team who caused him all sorts of problems last season, beating them 4-3 at Anfield and dumping them out of the Champions League over two legs.

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He made part of the training session today, he is training with us.

"Liverpool beat us they beat a lot of teams not just Manchester City". "We should be so proud to be compared with them".

Jürgen Klopp was asked for an update on Keita at his pre-match press conference and replied: "Not 100 per cent sure, he had a back spasm". But that is our target of course. Different game, different opponent, different challenge - unfortunately even bigger challenge.

What SHOULD be a cert, however, is a cracking contest between (in my opinion, lest some get upset!) the two best teams to watch and enjoy in the country. We want to show a reaction. In this moment there is no pressure. "He's training with us, yeah".

"It was always United, Liverpool, then Chelsea, then Arsenal, and now we are there".

" We will see tomorrow".

Liverpool ride into Anfield on the memories of last season's successes against City, and THEY might help to banish the blues of an uncharacteristically limp display against Napoli.

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