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Prediction: 2-1 Liverpool

Liverpool face up to the challenge of Man City today on the back of some mixed form.

Although we crashed out of the FA Cup to Oldham last weekend, our League form has been impressive with eight victories in the last eleven games in the Premier League.

Man City, who are now ten points behind Man Utd, (62 to 52) go into this game desperate to close the gap on their Manchester rivals by beating Liverpool at The Eithad today.

However, Liverpool are unlikely to give them an easy 3 points as they search for Champion’s League points themselves under Brendan Rodgers with his new brand of football.


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