Liverpool hoping to make amends against Man City

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Guardiola confirmed the Brazil global visited Dr Ramon Cugat in Barcelona on Thursday to be assessed and suggested Jesus could make a remarkable return in time for the club's Champions League last-16 tie against Basel on February 13. He said: "I don't think so". In the clash of the last two Premier League champions, Leicester may face N'Golo Kante and Danny Drinkwater, who formed their midfield engine room during the Foxes' title success.

Former Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling is now Manchester City's top scorer and he may be instrumental when the two teams come face to face on Sunday. Liverpool are also unbeaten at home this season and in the last 22 games against Manchester City in Anfield, the visitors have won just twice.

Asked about his team's poor record at Anfield, the 26-year-old Belgian said: "We don't care about that". But due to road struggles that have seen the club go 3-4-4 away from home, Arsenal sits outside of the top five on the table with 39 points. An attacking approach could favour City but if Liverpool find their mojo there could be an upset.

Former Liverpool midfielder Jason McAteer, too, believes City's centre backs could be their soft spot, telling the club's website: "We know Manchester City's quality. on their day, Liverpool can match anybody".

Barton however thinks the win City crave will still prove elusive.

That was highlighted by the thumping 5-0 victory over the Reds when these two met at the Etihad earlier this season - a result that sent shockwaves through the rest of the league. Can Liverpool be the first team to beat Manchester City this season? It's worth noting that this game could very well be postponed. Maybe this City side is not so invincible after all.

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"I have nothing to say about that!"

"There is even more potential in this team".

Given the attacking flair of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, there'll be plenty of Liverpool fans claiming Coutinho won't be missed, but the departure of the Reds' star player is sure to make an impact on the side.

Their first meeting: Nicolas Otamendi, of all people, scored the match-winner in the 54th minute, after Marcus Rashford's goal in first-half stoppage time had sent the clubs into the locker room at 1-all.

"I remember when I was at Dortmund, I would go outside and kick the ball into the goal straight away, taking free kicks or something".

Chelsea and current Premier League leaders Manchester City were thought to be interested in the defender over the past year, but Van Dijk chose Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool after a move broke down in the summer.

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