History of the Manchester City v Liverpool fixture
Manchester City prepare to entertain Liverpool at City of Manchester Stadium on Tuesday evening, needing to improve on a poor record between the sides. The visitors have won 32 of the 81 previous games, with the Sky Blues winning just 27.
The most recent encounter between these two sides at City of Manchester Stadium was just last season, in August 2010, with Manchester City running out comfortable 3-0 winners in a Premier League match.
Recent encounters between the teams
|2011/2012||Sun 27 Nov||Liverpool||1 - 1||Man. City||Premier League|
|2010/2011||Mon 11 Apr||Liverpool||3 - 0||Man. City||Premier League|
|2010/2011||Mon 23 Aug||Man. City||3-0||Liverpool||Premier League|
|2009/2010||Sun 21 Feb||Man. City||0 - 0||Liverpool||Premier League|
|2009/2010||Sat 21 Nov||Liverpool||2 - 2||Man. City||Premier League|
|2008/2009||Sun 22 Feb||Liverpool||1 - 1||Man. City||Premier League|
|2008/2009||Sun 05 Oct||Man. City||2 - 3||Liverpool||Premier League|
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Recent respective form guides
Manchester City could not have a more impressive recent home form, having won each of the last six games. In this time, Sky Blues have rattled up an impressive 17 goals, and conceded 3.
Liverpool's away form is equally impressive, tasting just one defeat in their last six, and picking up four good wins. The games have constituted a decent return of 8 goals for the Reds, and 4 goals against.
Manchester City are leading the way in the Barclays Premier League, with their 19 games giving them a return of 45 points.
Liverpool lie just outside the playoff positions in the Barclays Premier League, picking up 34 from their 19 games so far.
Current overall team form
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FootyMad's prediction ...
Sky Blues are in a rich vein of form at home as of late, but the one that FootyMad has marked this down as one of their banker draws, taking into account the quality of the opposition. No-score draw
|Manchester City||Won 10 successive home games.
11 games since last home draw.
Not won in the 2 most recent games.
|Liverpool||6 games since last defeat.
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