EPL MATCHDAY 31 ANALYSIS: Manchester City vs Liverpool
The EPL continues tomorrow with 4 more huge matches planned to go down.
West Ham United will host Brentford which will see the latter play in their 2nd consecutive London derby.
Crystal Palace pay visit to Leicester City with the Foxes knowing fully well that a win will secure them 9th position.
Norwich City and Burnley will face-off in the clash of the relegation threatened teams.
And lastly, the top of the table clash between Manchester City and Liverpool
Trust me, any of these games will provide huge satisfaction considering either their pedigree or what's at stake for both teams.
However, no matter how enticing each of these games might be, we can only pick one for our preview.
Smiles, you're spot on, the cracker between Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp's men it is.
EPL (MANCHESTER CITY)
Home Advantage: No doubt, this is definitely an advantage for the current league leaders.
Aside their stunning loss to Tottenham Hotspur, the Citizens have won all their last 5 games at the Etihad.
Even the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United, and Arsenal were not spared
No doubt, the Etihad is a fortress for them.
Do you see Liverpool adding to the number of teams that have fallen here this season?
Head To Head: Another impressive fact in favor of the home team.
The last 4 meetings between both sides have ended in 2 wins and 2 draws for the home side.
This should provide some courage for them as they go into the game, shouldn't it?
Let's now turn our focus to Jurgen Klopp's men
Current Form: Certainly our 1st fact in favor of the Reds.
Arguably the best team in Europe considering their form.
The Reds are on an EPL win run of 10 games, conceding just 2 goals in the process.
Massive, isn't it? Even the Citizens will acknowledge this.
Revenge: Well, we can't fail to mention this.
Although the Reds won the EPL title in 2019/2020, they would never forget how they let the Citizens come from behind to win the league a season before.
I believe this is the time to get that revenge having reduced the 13 points gap between them to just 1.
A win tomorrow will see them move to first position with 2 points, automatically guaranteeing them the trophy if they win their remaining games.
With this awareness in the view of the Reds, it's sure they will be coming all out for the win
Really, a draw looks the most likely option in this huge encounter.
However, if a winner emerges, I believe it will be the Reds.
What do you think guys?