Man. City face a trip to Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday afternoon, needing to turn around their fortunes at the ground. The Sky Blues will be hoping to improve upon a record which has seen them lose 46 and win only 14 of the 76 games.
The most recent encounter between these two sides was just last season, in November 2006, the Reds carving out a narrow 1 - 0 victory in a Premiership match.
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|Recent encounters between the teams:|
|2007/2008||Sun 30 Dec||Man. City||0 - 0||Liverpool||PREM|
|2006/2007||Sat 14 Apr||Man. City||0 - 0||Liverpool||PREM|
|2006/2007||Sat 25 Nov||Liverpool||1 - 0||Man. City||PREM|
|2005/2006||Sun 26 Feb||Liverpool||1 - 0||Man. City||PREM|
|2005/2006||Sat 26 Nov||Man. City||0 - 1||Liverpool||PREM|
|2004/2005||Sat 09 Apr||Man. City||1 - 0||Liverpool||PREM|
|2004/2005||Sat 21 Aug||Liverpool||2 - 1||Man. City||PREM|
Recent respective form guides
Liverpool are unbeaten in their last six home games, winning five of them, and drawing the other one. These high-scoring games have yielded a total of 14 goals for the Reds, with 5 goals against.
Man. City have an average recent record on the road, with two wins, two draws, and two defeats. The Sky Blues's have scored 6 goals in these games, but conceded an alarming 8.
Liverpool sit in a healthy 4th in the league, and have picked up 70 points from their 36 games. Man. City's 55 points from 36 games sees them lie inside the top half of the table, in 9th position.
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FootyMad's prediction ...
Man. City have an average recent record on the road, and this could be the reason why Liverpool may poach a narrow victory, according to the Madmen. Home win
|Liverpool||Unbeaten in the last 9 home games.|
Not won in the 3 most recent games.
|Man. City||Last drawn game 6 outings ago.|