Guardiola Backs Man City To Survive Liverpool Test, Continue Unbeaten Run

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But to do that City must end their wretched run at Anfield, where they are without a win since 2003, a run of 16 matches in all competitions.

"Sometimes you try things and they come off". The club's undefeated record of 20-0-2 is still intact however as City faces one of its toughest tests of the season Sunday at Liverpool. It's a result, however, that stops some way short of telling the whole story of the game.

Moreno was Liverpool's first choice LB before getting injured.

If it wasn't for City and Liverpool, this season would be boring as hell.

But Jurgen Klopp hopes to have him back to face City on Sunday with the Egypt worldwide having already returned to full training.

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"The red card changed the game".

Once Mané was sent off however, Liverpool waved the white flag by substituting the Egyptian global.

"The loss of Coutinho will be hard to stomach at Anfield, even though nobody could claim to be surprised".

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Otamendi, for sure, will not be looking forward to seeing Salah again.

It's up to the wealth of creative options in the Liverpool team to fill the spellbinding duties of the recently departed Brazilian.

While Tottenham v Everton is one of the select few fixtures that has featured in every Premier League season since the competition's inception in 1992, the head-to-head record over the 51 encounters between them is a one-sided affair.

Look closely enough and you begin to see there is sufficient evidence for Liverpool fans to be quietly confident ahead of Sunday. What a tantalising affair that will be if at the time football writers are still writing pointless columns about whether Manchester City can be the Invincibles Mark II. Nor Mourinho's relentless Chelsea side of the mid-2000's.

Steve Wilson: "If Manchester City are to go unbeaten for the entire Premier League campaign, the number of high hurdles in their path are diminishing".

Arsene Wenger's men came from three goals down with just twenty minutes remaining to salvage a point with Jack Wilshere watching on half way through his season-long loan spell with the Cherries.

Any team willing to press and attack City have found success, and they have found the net. Hindering the no 17 is Liverpool's best chance of getting a foothold in the midfield and adopting their desired method of play.

Manchester City is running away with the Premier League title, but each game the club plays still maintains a historic element to it.