With their emergence over the last decade or so, Liverpool vs Manchester City has become one of the biggest attractions the Premier League has to offer, as both sides are fiercely competitive each season as they look to outdo the other and win the title.
The Reds have been hugely successful during their history as a football club, having won no fewer than 18 top-flight titles, as well as some of Europe’s biggest prizes. Add that fairytale success to the fact that Liverpool play their home games at the iconic 54,074-seater Anfield stadium, it is no wonder why they are hugely popular worldwide.
Manchester City might be one of the newer clubs to have burst onto the scene in regards to competing for domestic honours, however, they are one of the more successful sides in the modern era. The Citizens have grown accustomed to getting their hands on silverware and with no fewer than six Premier League titles to their collection already, they never go down without a fight.
Liverpool versus Manchester City, therefore, has all the ingredients to become a mouth-watering contest as a win for either side can likely result in being crowned the champions at the end of the season.
Fortunately, Anfield has been a fortress for the Reds when the Citizens come to visit, as the Merseysiders generally take points from the game, with more victories than draws as well. Such results have included 3-1, 3-0 and an emphatic 4-3 in January 2018 when the hosts scored three goals in eight second-half minutes to take the game away from their opponents.
Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Steven Gerrard, Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero and Yaya Toure are just some of the superstar names that have featured in the contest in previous meetings and it is guaranteed that a number of stars will continue to be playing in one of England’s biggest fixtures for years to come.
Anfield is a raucous place at the best of times and the encounter between Liverpool and Manchester City will only bring out the atmosphere even further as fans get behind their side. Goals are expected in this match, whilst it would also appear as though the hosts have an advantage when playing in front of their own fans.
Below you can find how the cost of Liverpool vs Manchester City tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Liverpool vs Manchester City ticket prices can vary greatly based on many factors such as the day of the week, the opponent team and supply and demand.
|Liverpool vs Manchester City||Liverpool||2020||£1041|
|Manchester City vs Liverpool||Manchester||2020||£844|
|Liverpool vs Manchester City||Liverpool||2019||£958|
|Manchester City vs Liverpool||Manchester||2019||£955|
|Liverpool vs Manchester City||Liverpool||2018||£1063|
|Manchester City vs Liverpool||Manchester||2018||£886|
|Liverpool vs Manchester City||Liverpool||2017||£954|
|Manchester City vs Liverpool||Manchester||2017||£867|
|Liverpool vs Manchester City||Liverpool||2016||£847|
|Manchester City vs Liverpool||Manchester||2016||£1114|
|Liverpool vs Manchester City||Liverpool||2015||£920|
|Manchester City vs Liverpool||Manchester||2015||£815|
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