Pep Guardiola has won the Premier League Manager of the Month award for a record fourth time in succession as Manchester City's dominant campaign continues. Liverpool have scored 50 goals in the Premier League, second only to Manchester City, and five more than second-placed Manchester United.
On the other hand, Manchester City will be looking to increase their advantage on the top with a win.
"I'm sure we can have a good result".
It will, however, be Virgil van Dijk's league debut match for Liverpool. They play really good and if you don't respect that, you have a problem.
The club's undefeated record of 20-0-2 is still intact however as City faces one of its toughest tests of the season Sunday at Liverpool.
Henry also gave his verdict on Coutinho's departure. However, City controlled both games and could have won the games more handsomely.
"Oxlade-Chamberlain is there, Lallana is back, but obviously you are going to miss Coutinho".
Salah contributed to goals scored in all the seven matches in December, exceptagainst West Bromich, which ended as a stalemate. 'Anfield is one of the hardest stages in the world and on good days Liverpool are able to beat any team in the world.
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Stones has been the most eye-catching element of Pep Guardiola's City revolution and the progression under the Catalan this season has been like having a new signing. They are both great managers, great characters and very ambitious.
Talking about City's attacking brand of football, Owen says: "If you get it right, then it can look like City this season". Even my wife knew, if Liverpool is calling, I go.
Van Dijk is expected to strengthen a defence that has been cluttered at times.
"They created outstanding noise for the Everton match and I think everyone inside Anfield with a Liverpool heart will recognise we need them and their positive energy this afternoon". The England worldwide has been in outstanding form for Guardiola's side this season but what's behind his scoring streak?
The Reds, meanwhile, may have bagged 14 goals less than their upcoming opponents but still have five more than the third most lethal attack in the league, Manchester United. Pick your XI using our interactive team selector.
Daniel Sturridge has been linked with moves away from Liverpool in the January transfer window. According to Phil Neville, signing him from under City's noses would be an "unbelievable coup". "Every single player that we want to keep, I can assure you will be playing for Tottenham Hotspur next season".
And City legend Dennis Tueart believes De Bruyne will be the main man at The Etihad for years to come.
Guardiola is keen to bring someone in to ease the workload on Fernandinho, who he described this week as having "played a million minutes".