Match of the weekend: Manchester City - Liverpool
By cy.Reporter, 10 April, 2022
Manchester City-Liverpool, 32nd game of the Premier League, 18:30
The big derby of the Premier League has arrived. The match that can shape the developments for this year's champion in England stands out at the weekend, with Manchester City hosting Liverpool for the 32nd game of the English championship. The distance between the two "gladiators" is only one point and whichever of the two teams prevails, will definitely be at the top of the standings from Sunday night.
He wants the plus four
Concentrated for the match against Liverpool, everyone is in the "camp" of Manchester City. Pep Guardiola's team after the victory with Atletico Madrid for the quarterfinals of the Champions League, has turned its attention to the upcoming derby. The "Citizens" want the victory in order to leave Liverpool behind in the four points and to make an important "step" for the conquest of this year's Premier League.
To overtake her
Liverpool is in excellent condition. Pep Guardiola's team, after the 3-1 away victory over Benfica, which essentially needs it as an absolute favorite for one of the four places in the Champions League, wants to achieve another important victory. With Liverpool's victory over Manchester City, the "Reds" will be at the top of the standings and will gain a significant lead to win the championship.
Plus and minus
+ Counts four wins in its last five home games in the Premier League
-Compared to Liverpool in the last five games has lost five points and has no other margin to lose
+ Counts 10 consecutive wins in the Premier League and looks ready to be at the top of the Premier League
- Liverpool has to beat Manchester City in all competitions from November 10, 2019 for the Premier League.
In the last five matches in all competitions he has three wins and two draws
In the last five matches, Liverpool has only won
Liverpool has prevailed in nine consecutive away matches
Manchester City have scored in both halves of the Premier League in 71% of their matches this year.
In its last 10 away games, Liverpool scored first.
In 171 matches Manchester City has 47 wins 44 matches ended in a draw and Liverpool celebrated 80 times
Manchester City 4-3-3: Anderson, Walker, Stones, Laporte, Joao Cancello, Rodri, De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, Sterling, Fontaine, Grillis
Liverpool 4-3-3: Allison, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dyke, Robertson, Fambino, Henderson, Thiago Alcantara, Salah, Firmino, Mane