Oct 5 2018
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Liverpool beat Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City three times last season, once in the league and twice in the Champions League quarter final. If you think Liverpool get get the better of City again this weekend, then this is just the offer for you: BACK LIVERPOOL AT ENHANCED ODDS OF 40/1 TO WIN.
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Football Tips for Liverpool v Man City, Plus Betting Offers and Free Bets
Man City were so dominant in the Premier League last season that it became the norm for them to face opponents intent on simply defending for 90 minutes. It was clearly a shock of Pep Guardiola’s men when they came up against the irresistible force that is Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp.
Liverpool were the first side to beat City in the Premier League last season and then knocked them out of the Champions League with victories in both legs of their quarter final tie. That recent form adds something extra to an already special match between these two title rivals which takes place in front of the TV cameras late on Sunday evening.
Football Betting Tips and Offers
- Liverpool v Man City Betting Tip: The Draw at 13/5 with BetVictor
- Liverpool v Man City Betting Tip: 2-2 Correct Score at 11/1 with bet365
Liverpool v Man City Betting Tips and Preview
Jurgen Klopp changed the atmosphere at Anfield almost immediately after joining Liverpool from Borussia Dortmund. He made it clear that everybody at the club would have to start thinking like winners in order for them to win silverware again. While there is no doubt that Klopp has created one of the most exciting teams in Europe, Liverpool have thus far fallen short when it really matters. It may be early on in the new season but Sunday’s match against Man City feels like a huge match for Liverpool in their quest to prove that they can hack the pace of competing for multiple major honours after a tough couple of weeks.
Klopp claimed that individual mistakes were to blame for Liverpool’s loss to Napoli on Wednesday night. That may be true in terms of the moments that changed the game but anybody who watched that game could see that Carlo Ancelotti’s tactics limited Liverpool’s effectiveness.
Napoli’s approach will not have gone unnoticed by Pep Guardiola and his coaching staff. They’ll be sitting the Man City players down in their purpose built cinema to highlight just where Liverpool’s vulnerabilities lie in preparation for Sunday’s match. Guardiola has a reputation for tactical flexibility and taking risks with his game plan and he may well feel that’s necessary given the way that Liverpool took the game to City in their last three meetings.
Man City have not won a league game at Anfield since May 2003 and will need a massive performance to change that, despite Liverpool’s slight drop in performance levels over the last fortnight. Liverpool will doubtless raise their game and should get on the scoresheet but it’s tough to see them keeping Guardiola’s men at bay. This is quickly becoming a classic Premier League fixture. It’s also a game in which both managers would surely take a point so it would be no surprise for it to end in a draw at 13/5 with BetVictor.
In order for either team to secure a point they’ll need to be on their game from an attacking perspective. Klopp and Guardiola will have world class attacking options on the bench, let alone on the pitch, so chances for both teams is a given. That makes a bet on the 2-2 correct score look particularly tempting at 11/1 with bet365.