Premier League action continues today with one the biggest fixture in Matchday 7 this afternoon. The battle to determine who will sit at the top of the table before the International break between Liverpool and Man City. Beating Liverpool at Anfield will be a very difficult task for Guardiola as Man City has only defeated Liverpool at their home stadium once in 16 years.
Man City will be without two of their first-team players. Guardiola has confirmed that Gundogan and Zinchenko are the only two players unavailable for the game. Here is a possible lineup Pep can use this afternoon.
GK : Ederson
MF : De Bruyne, Rodri, Bernando Silva
FW: Grealish, Jesus, Foden.
Liverpool will however be missing 4 of their players Arnord is currently out with a groin injury while Thiago Alcantara is out with a calf issue. Harvey Elliott is still out after suffering a dislocated ankle last month. Naby Keita is back from injury but starting a high-profile game right from injury is not a risk Klopp can take. Liverpool Possible lineup.
DF: Milner, Van Dijk, Kanote, Robertson
MF: Henderson, Fabinho, Curtis Jones
FW: Salah, Firminho, Mane
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