Liverpool vs Manchester City 1-1 Highlights
31' [0-1] Vincent Kompany
33' [1-1] Joleon Lescott (Own goal)
The dramatic English Premier League match between Liverpool and Manchester City kicks off on Sunday, 27th November 2011 4:00 PM GMT at Anfield. Kenny Dalglish’s Liverpool are currently sixth in the league table with recent results suggested the players are improving the level of synergy between them, although results at Anfield have been more or less, frustrating while Manchester City are currently at the top of the table and are five points clear of Manchester United, leading the league in goals scored and goal difference.
Liverpool can also boast an impressive record against Manchester City in recent times, with six wins and two draws taken from their last eight meetings at Anfield. During their last five head-to-head clashes in EPL, the Reds scored three goals for a win in August, lost one with the result Man City 3-0 Liverpool in August 2010 and drew three games against Manchester City. In the last five games, Liverpool were in a good form when losing no game, winning three over Stoke, West Bromwich Albion and recently Chelsea, and drawing two against Norwich City and Swansea. In contrast, Manchester City hopes to erase the memories from Tuesday’s Champions League defeat at Napoli, a result that puts all the pressure on Man City to progress to the knock out stage of the competition. Four rest matches, Manchester City won all over Wolves, Villarreal, QPR, and recently Newcastle.
Liverpool vs Manchester City 2011 Highlights: The clash takes place at Anfield on Sunday, 27th November 2011
It is interesting to know that Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is likely to keep changes to a minimum for the visit of Man City but we can deny that the Reds need home improvement to complete a job on Manchester City because of three home draws in a row.
Liverpool were the last team to stop Manchester City from scoring in the Premier League. After that, Man City have netted in 18 consecutive games, accruing a total of 52 goals
The captain Steven Gerrard is still absent due to an ankle infection
Sunday afternoon's has the potential to be one of the biggest games of the season for either club
Manchester City have dropped just two points in the league
At his Friday press conference, Roberto Mancini said that he would not give up on Man City's Champions League challenge but claimed they were not good enough to win the competition
Liverpool vs Manchester City 2011 Highlights