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Liverpool Aim to End Man City's Unbeaten Run

14 January 2018

That trio are all back in training, though, while right-back Nathaniel Clyne remains sidelined with a long-running back problem.

Chelsea (-375) hosts Leicester City (+1000 win, +475 draw) and Tottenham (-450) hosts Everton (+1100 win, +500 draw) on Saturday while Manchester United (-525) hosts Stoke City (+1300 win, +575 draw) on Monday.

City will be missing Brazil global Jesus, who is set to be out for the next two weeks with a knee ligament injury, while captain Vincent Kompany is absent with a calf strain.

But just because the Premier League leaders remain unbeaten and humiliated Liverpool earlier this season doesn't mean they will cover the spread again, or pay off odds on the money line, especially on the road. One of the hardest to clear will be this trip to Anfield.

According to Thierry Henry, Liverpool could be the side to end Manchester City's unbeaten run. The little Brazilian was as brilliant as ever - even when effectively playing under duress. Sadio Mane was sent off for a high challenge on Ederson which created great controversy in the following days, but nothing could be taken away from the Sky Blues, who were scintillating and ruthless in their performance.

Do YOU want to write for GiveMeSport? "I think, in two or three weeks he'll be ready and with us".

"But if you are not courageous in your game, you will also have a problem". You would assume the nationalities for these attributes would be reversed but regardless Van Dijk and Stones represent the two best young centre-backs in Europe. I think this season, they have played a lot of games without Coutinho, for many reasons, injuries or other reasons, and they were always a good stable team. "We will see on Sunday".

Manchester City are too risky in possession to simply surrender it to them. Going to any of the top four away from home is hard.

The Reds, meanwhile, may have bagged 14 goals less than their upcoming opponents but still have five more than the third most lethal attack in the league, Manchester United.

Manchester City have not won at Anfield since 2003, a run of 16 matches in all competitions.

Pep Guardiola has won the Premier League Manager of the Month award for a record fourth time in succession as Manchester City's dominant campaign continues. The twin S's have been their side's Supermen this season with Salah and Sterling's contributions in front of goal spearheading the league's two best attacking outfits.

They have kept nine clean sheets in their last 13 league games at Anfield. The runaway league leaders haven't lost in England all season, while Liverpool haven't lost a match anywhere for almost three months. Liverpool holds a super slight edge at 6-5-7 in its last 19 matches against Manchester City.

The then Borussia Dortmund midfielder had been courted by former manager Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool and Pep Guardiola at City, and deliberated offers from both clubs before making a decision on his future. The Dons are the only club to do this since the Second World War.

Liverpool Aim to End Man City's Unbeaten Run