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The one we have all been waiting for. The Premier League title decider. As clashes in English football go, they currently get no bigger than this. Manchester City in the blue corner and Liverpool in the red.
Both teams have looked largely imperious as of late, but now something has to give and that something is rather simple. Because although the trophy will not be handed out on Sunday, whoever wins at the Etihad will move a huge step closer to the title.
Continue reading for our full match preview and expert football betting tips.
There is going to be a huge frenzy of betting activity for this encounter at the Etihad and all the biggest betting websites will be primed and ready to collect whatever wagers you are looking to place.
While for that to happen, you are going to need something in the way of an expert tip and this is where I have scoured through the stats, in a bid to serve up a juicy prediction before Sunday afternoon.
With that in mind, three of the last four meetings between the two have ended in over 3.5 total goals and if you want to join me in backing this outcome, you can currently do so at odds of 7/4 (bet365).
A 14-point gap at the top of the table, is now only one and although Manchester City are at the summit of the Premier League before Sunday, never has their superiority been under such a threat.
Then again, these are the scenarios that test the absolute best and with Pep Guardiola and his players continually striving to be exactly that, this weekend will be the next module in their constant examination.
Because there is no doubt that Manchester City have been under the microscope as of late and this is courtesy of their league form during their last six outings. Won four, drawn one and lost one.
A run of results that is good for any team harbouring desires of a Champions League invite but not good enough for a team that is harbouring desires of being crowned the champions of England.
With that said, City did manage to clear the potentially tricky hurdle of Burnley last Saturday and with them also getting the better of Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, it is fair to say that their recent ring rust has all but been removed.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Liverpool, there is only ongoing issue for manager Pep Guardiola to deal with and that is the likely absence of Ruben Dias - something that will be a huge blow at the weekend.
11 league wins in a row is the current streak that Liverpool have created for themselves and although each of those wins have been incredibly important, the hunt for number 12 is the most important of all.
Win on Sunday and it will not only put Liverpool top of the Premier League table, but it will also be something of a statement victory at the same time and it will be a statement that says they won in Manchester City’s backyard.
Something that you certainly would not put past them and with momentum being a key factor in any championship charge, it is fair to say that Liverpool have an incredible amount of this right now.
Because when they are not necessarily at their best, they are still grinding out victories and this was evident at the weekend, as they had to undertake 90 minutes of sparring with Watford at Anfield.
A session that may have acted as the perfect tune-up before Sunday’s heavyweight title clash and after also getting the better of Benfica in midweek, it looks as if the Reds are currently red-hot in temperature.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Manchester City, manager Jurgen Klopp has no new concerns to deal with and this means he will talk a full-strength squad to the Etihad on Sunday
When it comes to the history of these two sides, it is a rivalry that has found an extra edge in the last few years and with Manchester City and Liverpool keeping the Premier League title between them, these are two dominant forces in English football today.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Manchester City have won on 58 occasions, Liverpool 105 and there have been 55 draws
The Etihad opened in 2002 and holds up to 55,017 supporters.
After originally being built for the purpose of the Manchester Commonwealth Games, it was football that then became its primary use soon after and whereas before it was known as the City of Manchester Stadium, it is now known as the Etihad.
A stadium that has housed some of the world’s best players and managers and when it comes to golden moments, there has been plenty of them as well. None more so than in 2012 and you only have to mention the word Aguero to evoke football’s greatest memory.
It all boils down to this. Who comes out on top, or will it be a stalemate? While if it is the latter, it will be a result that just plays into Manchester City’s hands and will keep them favourites to win the Premier League.
However, if Liverpool win at the Etihad, the Premier League outright odds will change dramatically and at that point, Jurgen Klopp’s men will then take on the mantle of favourites to land the title.