Sunday 10 November: 4.30pm KO
Live on Sky Sports
It’s the top of the table clash in the English Premier League and one neither side will want to lose. Especially not Manchester City who would fall nine points behind the league leaders if losing at Anfield on Sunday.
Liverpool are top of the Premier League with a six point lead over Manchester City. They are now 4/5 (1.8) at Ladbrokes to win the title for the first time. The Reds have won 10 of their 11 league games this season. Only Manchester United have been able to stop them winning, can City do the same?
Anfield has been turned into a fortress with no defeats in their last 45 home league games. The odds on them winning this match on Sunday are 6/4 (2.5) if your wager is placed with BetVictor.
The last few games have been a bit of a struggle for Liverpool. They trailed against Manchester United, Tottenham and Aston Villa. The last two of those games were turned out for wins. It’s 10/1 (11.0) at Unibet that Liverpool can come from behind to beat Manchester City.
A draw from this game wouldn’t be a bad result for Manchester City. You can get odds of 5/2 (3.5) at Betway on that happening on Sunday. The one thing City can’t afford is to lose this match and go nine points behind Liverpool.
Their form has been frustrating this season with some excellent displays and then losing to Norwich City and Wolves. Which City side will show up this weekend? If it’s the dominant side, then the odds of them winning on Sunday are 7/4 (2.75) at Betfred.
Manchester City can be backed at odds of 1/1 (2.0) at William Hill. Those odds would lengthen for sure if they were to lose this match. If you believe they won’t lost at Anfield, it’s probably best to get your bet on now.
Manchester City took four points from their two league games against Liverpool last season. The win was at home though, City haven’t had a Premier League victory at Anfield since 2003.Two of the last three games played between these two sides have had under 2.5 goals scored in them. It’s 6/5 at Coral that stat comes up in this game.
Manchester City may be without Edison and David Silva for this match. Claudio Bravo will be in goal for City as his suspension doesn’t apply to the Premier League. Liverpool expect Virgil van Dijk and Jordan Henderson to be fit.
It’s a vital game for both sides. Liverpool will want to go nine points clear of their rivals but know how dangerous they can be. City dare not lose but will be missing two key players and don’t have a good record at Anfield. A bet on Liverpool to win and both teams scoring has odds of 16/5 (4.2) at Paddy Power.