Publicado: Lun, Noviembre 11, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Fabinho Starts - Liverpool Team vs Manchester City Confirmed

Fabinho Starts - Liverpool Team vs Manchester City Confirmed

Man City have been dealt a major blow with the news that Ederson is set to miss out after suffering a thigh injury against Atalanta so Claudio Bravo is expected to deputise between the sticks.

Guardiola's confidence is well earned having spent the majority of his playing and coaching career at the top of the tree, with trophy-laden spells at Barcelona, Bayern Munich and now City.

"What does it mean to be an outsider?" I'm going for a 1-1 draw. "Yeah, we know it", he said. When I look back at the games I used to look forward to, they were the Man United vs Liverpool's, especially at Anfield, Man United vs Man City, but these are the games at Anfield, I love the whole scenario of these games.

"Everybody's a bit calmer, generally, in those more regular league games, but these top-of-the-table clashes, you really find out more about individuals and you see the best against the very best, and that's what we're going to face in the European Championship". We can't be half-half.

Guardiola's team will travel to Anfield knowing that they need to win and that makes them unsafe, as they the attackers to carve through any team and also chief creator Kevin De Bruyne.

"The only chance we have is if we play like we are and try to create chances to score goals". If you just think, "Let's see what happens" against that team, there, I think it's not possible [to win].

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"And BT Sport pundit and Mirror columnist Robbie Savage believes they will do just that, backing the Reds to come out with a 2-1 win at Anfield".

Despite City's domestic success in recent seasons, Guardiola has failed to win in three of his four trips to Anfield with the Sky Blues.

"No, I can not explain it".

Alisson, despite conceding a goal, was one of the better performers in Liverpool's midweek match against Genk.

"We don't want to feel how we felt last season", the goalkeeper told The Guardian .

Merseyside Police insists there are no concerns about security for the game but there is no question the incident before Liverpool's 3-0 win, in which City's team bus was so badly damaged it had to be replaced for the journey home, still rankles. "Statistics are okay but it is a game, it's about 94 minutes, 95, 96 and what you have to do to beat them".

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