Liverpool vs Manchester City 01/14/2018 Premier League Preview, Odds & Prediction

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For City, Sunday's match offers the chance to rubber-stamp their billing as Premier League title favourites and head into the match on the back of successive cup wins, having seen off Burnley in the FA Cup before shooting down Bristol City in the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg on Tuesday.

Asked about City's Anfield curse, Guardiola said: "I don't believe in these kind of things, but of course the last time City won was 15 years ago, so it means a lot in terms of how hard and complicated it is to play there".

The Premier League returns this weekend after an FA Cup hiatus with a heavyweight clash between Liverpool and Manchester City while Arsenal can not afford to be cut adrift in the race for Champions League places.

We're back with Premier League predictions and stats about every team - including City's shocking record at Anfield and how Liverpool could win on Sunday!

"This season at Stamford Bridge we were able to do that but still we have to go to Anfield, to Emirates and against Tottenham. The records are there to be broken".

Liverpool have already made a major outlay in the transfer market, signing Virgil van Dijk from Southampton for a reported fee of £75million.

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Van Dijk headed in an 84th-minute victor and was a generally commanding figure alongside Joel Matip and the pair are more than likely set to resume their partnership against City, regardless of what Klopp said today.

"I'm pretty sure, and he did it last season, he's going to try to make his own game and I think it will be a good game".

Arguably the most improved player of the season so far has been Raheem Sterling. It remains to be seen whether Liverpool are in the market for a like-for-like replacement who was bought for £8.5m and sold for over £140m, but Jurgen Klopp will have to use what he now has at his disposal to try to get the better of all-conquering Manchester City this weekend.

"Obviously there's a lot of talk before the game about whether I'd do it or not so to get that goal early on in the game as well, it was a great achievement". "As long as the club keeps doing that then I'm happy here". "If I was my players I wouldn't want my manager talking about other things".