When the best teams of soccer, Manchester City take on Liverpool on Sunday in the Premier League, an old rivalry of soccer will be revived once again.
These two are the most decorated clubs in England but Man City are without a league success since 2013 while the Reds are still looking to claim their first Premier League crown. There have been countless classics between them over the years and this Sunday’s clash could provide another.
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool has an enviable home record against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, losing just one of its last 28 games at Anfield, its only setback being a 2-1 defeat way back in May 2003.
The Reds' most recent 16 encounters with City at Anfield have returned 11 wins and five draws. Liverpool's only defeat in its past 50 Premier League games against all opposition came against Guardiola's side in January. The visitors have won once in their last 28 league visits to Anfield. Guardiola's side has lost two of its last seven league games, having been beaten just once in 23 prior to that, but it has won 13 of its past 15 away matches.
Last season Manchester City were 10 points behind Liverpool at one point, but this season Liverpool look like a different team. Anyway, Sunday’s match promises to be a clash of titans where predictions will be difficult.