Manchester City host in-form Liverpool with so much at stake. The Citizens have not won any of their last six meetings against Liverpool with four of those encounters ending in defeats.
Pep Guardiola failed to land Alexis Sanchez on the final day of the transfer window and will now have to do with the players at his disposal. They won their first league game against newly promoted Brighton thanks mainly to two second half goals, but they struggled in their next two fixtures drawing at home to Everton and needing a last gap winner from Raheem Sterling to beat Bournemouth. This game will be a tough test for them before they start their Champions League campaign.
Liverpool is currently in top form and if not for an offside goal scored against them by Watford on the opening day of the season, they would have been joint top of the league table with Manchester United. They are currently second in the league table behind the Red Devils and their 4-0 win over Arsenal before the international break shows that they are gradually becoming one of the toughest sides to beat in the league.
Games involving this sides usually end with many goals and we believe this match will end the same way.