Liverpool will be looking to pull themselves back into the Premier League title race when they welcome Manchester City to Anfield on Sunday afternoon.
Jurgen Klopp has played down any title talk ahead of Liverpool vs Manchester City on Sunday. The last time Man city won at Anfield in All Competitions was in 2003. This match is do or die for Jurgen Klopp’s Reds as they lost many points in their last Anfield games.
The Reds suffered another shock home defeat to Brighton on Wednesday night and are currently fourth in the Premier League table, seven points behind leaders Man City, who also have a game in hand.
Trent Alexander-Arnold on the importance of the Manchester City Vs Liverpool rivalry:
“The only team that has been able to match us is Manchester City, so naturally that is the game that stands out for us and could be the difference-maker”
Liverpool are without premier League win in their last four home Premier League fixtures, but Man City have been victorious in their last 13 matches in all competitions, setting a new club record in the process.
Ahead of this important game, we are sharing here a combined XI comprising of seven Liverpool players and four from Man City.
Here’s the full line-up for the combined XI of Liverpool and Manchester City
Goalkeeper: Alisson Becker -Liverpool
Centre-back: John Stones- Man City
Centre-back: Ruben Dias- Manchester City
Left-wing-back: Andy Robertson- Liverpool
Right-wing-back: Trent Alexender-Arnold– Liverpool
Central-midfield: Thiago Alcantara- Liverpool
Central-midfield: Ilkay Gundogan-Man City
Central-midfield: Jordan Henderson-Liverpool
Right-wing: Reheem Sterling-Man City
Left-wing: Sadio Mane- Liverpool
Centre-forward: Mohamed Salah-Liverpool.
Roberto Firmino, Gabriel Jesus, Riyad Mahrez, Fabinho, Kyle Walker and other big names missed the combined Xi of Liverpool and Manchester City but Van Dijk and other unavailable players are not considered this line up as they are missing the game.
Do you agree this is the best possible combined XI for Liverpool and Manchester Man City? If you don’t agree, comment your combined XI of Man City and Liverpool.