Jurgen Klopp’s record against the top six is remarkable.
Man City v Liverpool – Saturday
Liverpool thumped Arsenal prior to the international break and looked in blistering form so they immediately look a big price at 4.2 for their trip to the Etihad. The Citizens drew their only home game against Everton and have in fact won just eight of their last 17 on their own patch. They were W1-D3-L1 when hosting top-six sides last term, with that sole victory coming over Arsenal who have a dire record when travelling to the top teams, and so Liverpool certainly look a very solid bet on the Double Chance.
Man City v Liverpool [Double Chance]
Jurgen Klopp’s record against the Manchester clubs, North London clubs and Chelsea reads W9-D9-L1, while it’s W4-D4-L0 in away games, with both teams netting in seven of these. City’s strong draw trend at home, particularly against the top teams, means that the stalemate is certainly of interest here.
Man City v Liverpool
This fixture ended 1-1 last term and we can picture something similar happening here – that correct score looks like good value at 8.5 as it happened in both of Liverpool’s trips to Manchester last season and at Spurs. Salah and Mane have had blistering starts to the season, netting twice and three times respectively already and that duo can give City’s wing backs plenty to think about defensively. Mane netted a brace against Spurs last term and netted in both games against Arsenal as well as both Merseyside derbies so he certainly has the appetite for the big games – he’s worth chancing at 8.5 to be the first goalscorer.
Tip: Draw 1-1
Man City v Liverpool [Correct Score]
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