Liverpool v Manchester City Match Betting And Tips
Well, things don't get much bigger than this in the Premier League as Liverpool host Man City in a potential blockbuster this weekend. The two north-west clubs are currently locked together at the top of the table and a win for either side on Sunday afternoon will put them in pole position in the title race.
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Liverpool v Man City Odds
This really is a mouthwatering game for football fans as the two best teams in the Premier League lock horns and we are expecting an entertaining match.
City have been by far the best team in England over the past year but Liverpool are the one team they have struggled against. The Citizens are without a win at Anfield since 2003 and lost three of their four games against the Reds last season, including both games away from home.
There is no doubt that Man City are coming into form though with a series of excellent displays over the past two weeks and plenty will be interested in them to break that long drought at Anfield.
Punters who fancy a City win can get a price of 17/10 with William Hill, with the same firm rating Liverpool as 31/20 shots for the three points.
It should be said that Liverpool have been sensational at home under Jurgen Klopp with no home league defeat to their name since April 2017.
The Reds are without a win in three though coming into this match and suffered a difficult night in Naples on Wednesday as they lost limply in the Champions League. There is a slight feeling that vaunted front three of Firmino, Mane and Salah are struggling slightly at the moment which is a major worry ahead of City.
There were at least three goals in each of the four meetings last season between these two teams and we are expecting more of the same (over 3.5 goals is 6/4 with Bet Victor.com). In terms of the best bet though, it is City who are the team in better form and they are narrowly fancied to end their hoodoo at a ground they haven't won at for 15 years.