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Liverpool vs Manchester City: Predicted line-ups, kick-off time, and live online

As for Manchester City, well, they showcased last weekend just how good they are as the reigning champs waltzed into much-fancied Chelsea and won with ease as they reminded everyone of their quality. With Phil Foden, Kevin de Bruyne and Rodri now back fit, City look back to their best. Their only issue? Putting their chances away in these big games, as they couldn’t finish at PSG in the UEFA Champions League in midweek and paid the price. Watch live Liverpool vs Manchester City HD Stream to the following link:

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English Premier League
Liverpool vs Manchester City
Date: Sunday, October 3, 2021, Time: 16:30
Venue: Anfield

Seeking to make the Brentford Community Stadium a fortress, Thomas Frank’s side twice came back from a goal down to rescue a point against Klopp’s side in front of their own fans, with Yoane Wissa netting the all-important sixth goal of the game in the 82nd minute of that 3-3 draw.

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The Premier League champions will hope to bounce back from Tuesday’s loss to PSG in the Champions League as Manchester City attempt to defeat title-chasing Liverpool at Anfield for just the second time in sixteen years.

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However, that point was enough to see Liverpool rise to the top of the rankings after their upcoming opponents did them a favour against Chelsea and Manchester United lost to Aston Villa, while their tally of 15 goals scored is also the highest in the division.

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These two teams are title challengers once again, with Manchester City currently on 13 points after six games and with Liverpool one ahead with 14 points after their first half a dozen fixtures of the 2021/22 Premier League season.

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