What happens when you pit two of the very best sides in England against one another? You can expect to see some of the very best action that the Premier League has to offer, that’s what. Manchester City vs Liverpool is one of the top clashes of the domestic calendar, with both sides gunning to win the title and be crowned the best side in the country as they slog it out over an arduous campaign.
The likes of Roberto Mancini and Pep Guardiola have turned the Sky Blues into the force they are, with the duo having had a hand in winning no fewer than six top-tier titles during their time in Manchester.
The Etihad Stadium is a state of the art 55,097-seater venue which has become an intimidating place for some of the top-flights other sides to visit. The stadium is only the sixth-biggest in the division in regards to capacity in the Premier League.
There have been plenty of times whereby Manchester City have struggled against Liverpool when they visit Anfield, however their record at home does appear to make for easier reading, with a number of positive results having been recorded in recent years.
Victories of 2-1, 3-1 and 5-0 have all happened, therefore also suggesting that goals can generally be expected when the two sides meet; regardless of whether they are all for one side or split.
With two behemoths of the English game going up against one another, it is hardly a surprise that there have been some of the very best talents to have taken to the field when the fixture at the Etihad Stadium takes place.
Manchester City have been able to call upon the likes of Vincent Kompany, Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne whereas Liverpool have provided the clash with the likes of Fernando Torres, Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane over the years.
If there was only one game that you were able to pick to attend at the Etihad Stadium, it would have to be Manchester City versus Liverpool as the duo both play a mouth-watering brand of football and continue to battle it out at the top of the Premier League table. A must-see.
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