Liverpool handed a huge double boost ahead of Manchester City clash

Liverpool handed a huge double boost ahead of Manchester City clash

Liverpool handed a huge double boost ahead of Manchester City clash

Both teams were level on seven points when they met in the fourth round of Premier League matches and Klopp believes the result was something of a turning point in both clubs' campaigns. Stoke would also do well to keep a careful eye on Lingard - otherwise his penchant for late goals could punish yet another opponent.

Whatever standard you play at - it's always reassuring to look up with the ball and know there's someone you can pass to who can do something special with it. You've scored half a century of Premier League goals already, yet you've also leaked in a full third more than Chelsea or Man United.

For now, I think Klopp should just be happy he has another first-team player to select for games but should give Moreno time to get back into high-pressure situations. He'll be a set-piece threat when Manchester City come visiting. The ideal, all-round modern centre-forward who would give City something they don't presently have.

"Everyone is vying for second place, but I think personally that by bringing in Van Dijk, you pretty much have cemented the top four with that one signing", he said.

City had enough chances to win that game, but you can say that about any match they play in and home teams are finding more solutions to being able to compete when they welcome the North-West outfit to their own backyard. All three sides pressed and took the game to City.

The likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling, Bernardo Silva and Yaya Toure were all pictured enjoying a laugh with their team-mates as Guardiola put his stars through their paces.

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The Spaniard has not featured in any of the Reds' last eight games since picking up an ankle tendon injury against Spartak Moscow in the Champions League in early December.

Two consecutive Premier League defeats and an FA Cup exit have inevitably started to raise questions over Allardyce's suitability to have his current 18-month contract extended.

Well, after nearly 15 years, it seems Guardiola and his Manchester City have found a way, and are now on course to re-write English football history.

I'm going for 2-2.

According to Thierry Henry, Liverpool could be the side to end Manchester City's unbeaten run.

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