The last two English clubs in this season’s Champions League meet in the quarter-finals as Liverpool host Manchester City.
Anfield will be rocking for this one. City are miles clear at the top of the Premier League. But Liverpool are the only side to beat them in the top flight this term.
The odds favour City, but the league leaders haven’t won at Anfield since 2003. And no manager has a better record against Guardiola than Jurgen Klopp – he’s won six of the previous 12 meetings.
If Liverpool are going to get a result this time, they’ll need to play on the front foot. That’s how they won 4-3 in January.
We think we could be in for a goalfest here. These two are the highest-scoring teams in the Premier League. Both clashes between them this term have produced at least five goals.
Mohamed Salah is in sensational goalscoring form. He’s 7/2 to open the scoring.
Sergio Aguero’s absence means Gabriel Jesus will lead the line for City. He’s a 9/2 shot as First Goalscorer.
Raheem Sterling is 9/5 to get on the scoresheet. He’ll be determined to impress against his former side.
With so much attacking talent on the pitch, it’s set up for a thriller.
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