Premier League Preview: Matchday Twenty-two

Premier League Predictions Week 18

Premier League Predictions Week 18

After being left on the sidelines last season by Jurgen Klopp, Moreno fought his way back into the German's plans and has been in fine form this season - even if Andy Robertson has been hugely impressive in his place in the last month.

Salah, 25, has not featured for the Reds since scoring a brace in the 2-1 comeback victory over Leicester City on 30 December.

Sunday's encounter with City at Anfield will be fourth-placed Liverpool's first match since the departure of Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona.

"He told Sky Sports: "(Liverpool) will press Man City like they have never been pressed. I would be more confident had Coutinho been in the Anfield ranks but Sergio Aguero has yet to score in the Premier League at Anfield and 2-1 for Liverpool is too big.

Similarly Liverpool do still possess a "fab three" in Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane and have plenty to trouble the Manchester City defence. The addition of Van Djik I think was one of the best pieces of business Liverpool have done in year, he addresses their back four problems.

Reports this week have linked Sanchez with moves to Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool, but Gunners boss Wenger said there was no development in the transfer saga.

"If you can get in between the lines and at the two (City) centre halves, which I feel we can, then there are chances and goals there".

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"God is always protecting you and the whole family!" I'm an Evertonian and earlier that season I had played at Goodison Park and scored for England Under-21s against Portugal.

The Reds, meanwhile, may have bagged 14 goals less than their upcoming opponents but still have five more than the third most lethal attack in the league, Manchester United.

"I want to be focused in what we are doing on the field". Stoke City has the league's worst road record at 1-7-3 to go along with a -17 goal differential on the road. For the manager and his players, time is quickly running out - even Championship side Bristol City boast more wins (4) against top-flight opposition than the Baggies this season.

"[The] City game is a completely different game", Klopp said. But when I had the opportunity to join City and work with Pep, it was quite clear that I wanted to come here.

"Both teams have proved they are capable of anything", he said.

This Sunday the two go head-to-head in the semi-finals of the Continental Tyres Cup at Kingsmeadow, which means one of them will have to lose their unbeaten record.

After bringing his performance to an end, he adds: "So that's my song anyway, if we were to sing it on The Kop for the City game I'd love it".

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