Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy heaps praise on manager Pep Guardiola

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Manchester City will definitely have the momentum with them given they are coming fresh from a victory over Hoffenheim in UEFA Champions League while Liverpool hit a snag after facing 1-0 defeat to Napoli.

After none of these games you go into the dressing room and think, "Now we know how to beat Manchester City", because there is no real way, no one thing that you have to do.

Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy lavishes praise on his current manager Pep Guardiola.

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.

"They are so strong", said Klopp.

Both sides have won six and drawn one of their opening seven Premier League matches, with City only ahead of Liverpool on goal difference.

Defensive stability is something Liverpool have managed this season when you compare this team to last season's outfit.

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He said: "After the game it felt much more clear they deserved to win than after the analysis". However, Liverpool has enjoyed dominance over the defending Premier League champions in the recent past and who will win the upcoming fixture is anybody's guess.

"They had more chances, we didn't have a shot on target". We don't save lives, we don't create anything, we are not good in surgeries, we are only good in football.

"I think Sergio has proved it now and I can assure you, having played against him when I was at Tottenham, he's a nightmare - a complete nightmare to play against.

I'm going for Liverpool to win 3-2".

"I have a really good relationship with Pep". Then it can work.

However, the Argentine is in good form this season, scoring eight goals across all competitions including three in his past three appearances and, despite Liverpool's strong defence, will back himself to continue that run on Sunday. Each striker could write a book about these moments when you score without knowing how exactly it works, how you did it, with each ball in a ideal way and stuff like that.

Not 100 per cent sure, he had a back spasm.