Liverpool vs Manchester City Analysis
16:30 Kick Off on 10th Nov
Liverpool vs Manchester City Match Details
Liverpool vs Manchester City kicks-off at Anfield at 4.30pm on Sunday 10 November.
Liverpool have won all five of their home matches this season, beating Norwich 4-1, Arsenal 3-1, Newcastle 3-1, Leicester 2-1, and Tottenham 2-1. That may be a 100% record, but Jurgen Klopp will be far from happy that his team have allowed all five Premier League visitors to score this season.
A closer look at Liverpool’s form shows that they have conceded in their last eight games in all competitions, with their last clean sheet coming in a 1-0 win against Sheffield United.
But Liverpool’s unbeaten run at Anfield stretches back 28 matches, with their last defeat coming in a Carabao Cup match against Chelsea that wasn’t high on Jurgen Klopp’s priority list.
Manchester City Form
Pep Guardiola’s dual champions have looked just as brilliant as they have for the last two seasons in most matches this year, but they have dropped six surprising points in a home defeat against Wolves and an away defeat against Norwich. But despite that loss at Carrow Road, they’ve won their other four away games, 0-5 at West Ham, 1-3 at Bournemouth, 1-3 at Everton, and 0-2 at Crystal Palace.
That suggests Guardiola’s team will be up for the challenge of trying to storm the fortress that is Anfield.
Liverpool vs Manchester City Head-To-Heads
Liverpool and Manchester City have clashed 44-times in the Premier League with Liverpool winning 19 times and City 9 times, whilst there have been 16 draws.
Liverpool have won 15 of their home matches, with City winning just once at Anfield, whilst there have been 7 draws.
The matches at Anfield in the Klopp/Guardiola era have varied greatly, with Klopp winning the first one 1-0. The two teams then fought out a 4-3 thriller in January 2018 when Liverpool took a 4-1 lead only for City to score two late goals to make it interesting. But last season’s match was the complete opposite, ending 0-0.
City have won two their last two matches at home against Liverpool 2-1 and 5-0, with the previous match ending 0-0.