Clash between Liverpool and Manchester City are fast becoming some of the most entertaining matches in European football and we just cant miss it! The match for the Super Bowl of England will be held on July 30 at the King Power Stadium in Leicester.
Last season, the Reds finished second in the EPL table with 92 points from 30 games, just one point behind Manchester City. Jurgen Klopp’s side reached the UEFA Champions League final, losing 0-1 to Real Madrid CF, ending their 18-match unbeaten run in all competitions.
Sadio Mane, Takumi Minami and Divock Origi all left Liverpool in the summer. Darwin Nunez was bought from Benfica. A 19-year-old midfielder Fabio Carvalho transferred from Fulham and 18-year-old defender Calvin Ramsey from Aberdeen.
In friendlies, Liverpool lost unexpectedly to Manchester United (4-0), then they beat Crystal Palace (2-0) and Leipzig (5-0) before losing to Salzburg (0-1).
Although Man City won another league title, they failed to prove themselves in other tournaments: in the English League Cup, they crashed out in the eighth round, and in the FA Cup and Champions League, in the semi-finals.
Manchester City also suffered serious losses in the form of midfielders Raheem Sterling and Fernandinho, striker Gabriel Jesus and defender Alexander Zinchenko. Purchases in the attacking line: Erling Holland came over from Dortmund, Julian Alvarez returned from his loan to River Plate. Also, midfielder Calvin Phillips was acquired from Leeds.
Josep Guadiola’s charges started in friendly matches with victories over Blackpool (4-1) and America (2-1) and finished the training camp with a 1-0 win over Bayern Munich.
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The bookmakers give odds of 2.90 for Liverpool’s win in this meeting, 3.50 for a draw in regulation time and 2.45 for Manchester City’s win.
In their 10 previous meetings, Man City have won three games and Liverpool have two and the opponents have drawn five more times. Last season the teams played twice in a draw in the APL, and the Merseysiders beat City (3-2) in the FA Cup semi-finals.
Both teams have scored in eight of their last nine face-offs at official level. Prediction: Liverpool will not lose, both teams will score.
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