Manchester City are scared of Liverpool, and so they should be

Manchester City will keep their route into Anfield a secret this weekend reports

Manchester City will keep their route into Anfield a secret this weekend reports

The 27-year-old has admitted that City's clash with Liverpool on Sunday will be the Citizens most hard challenge on the road this season.

Klopp was asked if the Liverpool midfielder would be fit for the City clash in his pre-match press conference, and admitted he was unsure. "You could see Napoli used the atmosphere and we couldn't calm it down with our performance", said Klopp after defeat in Italy on Wednesday. We shouldn't forget City's 5-0 destruction of Liverpool in early September past year, but that came was affected by Sadio Mane's early red card, and Liverpool had dominated the opening stages.

"It didn't affect me one bit, but it was something they felt they had to do to try to get under our skin because of the football we were playing last season". "They are a top side".

If Liverpool need to restore any confidence, they need only look back at their last three games against City -all wins.

The Reds went down 1-0 to the Serie A side in their second Champions League group match at the San Paolo after failing to register a single shot on target in the contest.

"I have a really good relationship with Pep".

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Kevin De Bruyne could return from injury at Anfield and Walker admits a few of the Manchester City players have struggled for fitness after the World Cup.

Liverpool winger Salah has made a more modest start to 2018-19, certainly in comparison to last season's 44-goal campaign, with just three goals to date. There have been 23 goals shared between the sides in their last six meetings at Anfield (in the league) that's an average of 3.8 goals per game.

With Jordan Henderson likely to take his place in the midfield three, that energy and pressing will be lost to a deeper and more reserved player. 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.

Liverpool face Man City in a top of the table clash tomorrow at Anfield and Neville revealed that he was massively surprised that Klopp did not rest any of front three for the midweek game away to Napoli.

"You have to be ready, you need a fantastic football team - which thank God I have - with outstanding character, ready to be really fearless, ready to make mistakes".

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