England Premier League

Manchester City vs Liverpool Preview

February 1 2013 By Samrin Hasib
Second placed City takes on a Liverpool side which gave away a two goal cushion against Arsenal on Sunday.

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Vincent Kompany, Micah Richards and Maicon are definitely out for City. Yaya Toure, Kolo Toure and Abdul Razak are all away on international duty. Martin Kelly and John Flanagan are out for Liverpool.

Analysis

City and Liverpool tend to serve up a feast whenever they take on each other these days. City however looked rather lackluster against QPR last week. Brendan Rodgers meanwhile tactically set his team up perfectly against Arsenal. Arsenal had to rise to the occasion to prevent Liverpool from winning. A Liverpool side which usually dominates possession played on the counter attack in London. City is the side chasing the title; if they continue giving points away, United will easily cross the finish line much before Match day 38.

Previous Meetings

Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City (26th August 2012)
Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City (25th January 2012)
Manchester City 0-1 Liverpool (11th January 2012)
Manchester City 3-0 Liverpool (3rd January 2012)
Liverpool 1-1 Manchester City (27th November 2011)

Previous Matches

QPR 0-0 Manchester City (29th January 2013)
Stoke 0-1 Manchester City (26th January 2013)
Manchester City 2-0 Fulham (19th January 2013)
Arsenal 0-2 Manchester City (13th January 2013)
Manchester City 3-0 Watford (5th January 2013)

Arsenal 2-2 Liverpool (30th January 2013)
Oldham 3-2 Liverpool (27th January 2013)
Liverpool 5-0 Norwich (19th January 2013)
Manchester United 2-1 Liverpool (13th January 2013)
Mansfield 1-2 Liverpool (6th January 2013)

Prediction

City 2-2 Liverpool


 

Manchester City vs Liverpool

Date/Time: Feb 3, 201311:00
Competition: England Premier League
Live/Repeat: Live
Venue: Etihad Stadium (Manchester)

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