Manchester City vs Liverpool: How to watch, live stream, TV Channels, team news
Manchester City host Liverpool on Saturday in a huge game at the top of the Premier League table.
MANCHESTER CITY vs LIVERPOOL Live Streams
Though leading the league, Pep Guardiola’s team is only one point ahead of Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, and all the signs point to another wild match between these two amazing coaches.
Guardiola will be concerned about City’s lack of control in games this season after the team drew 4–4 with Chelsea prior to the international break. Although they are struggling defensively with balance, they are as vicious offensively as ever, with Erling Haaland leading the Premier League with 13 goals this year.
Liverpool’s star player Mohamed Salah is playing well, and their tale is similar in that they are also struggling defensively as a result of an unbalanced midfield. In his fluid 4-3-3 formation, Klopp has substituted playmakers for holding midfielders, and while Liverpool looks great up front, they are quite vulnerable when playing on the counter. Nevertheless, they take the lead in the league if they win at City.
How to watch Manchester City vs Liverpool live, stream link and start time
Start time: Saturday, November 25, 7:30 a.m. ET
TV channel :
Sky Sports Main Event UK
beIN Sports HD 1
beIN Sports HD 1 English
beIN 4K HDR
Turkmenistan Sport HD
Sky Sports Premier League UK
Focus on Manchester City, team news
While City leads the league, their string of poor performances this season has given the opposition hope. Guardiola’s team has been struggling with a genuine lack of control in midfield, as was evident in their recent draw against Chelsea. Nevertheless, they have won 23 straight home games in all competitions, and a victory vs Liverpool will tie the English Premier League record of 24 victories. Kevin de Bruyne has been sidelined along with John Stones, but the latter is recovering and should be back in the next month or two. After recovering from injuries, Mateo Kovacic, Erling Haaland, Sergio Gomez, Nathan Ake, Ederson, and Matheus Nunes ought to be available.
Haaland injury news
Erling Haaland participated in Norway’s match against the Faroe Islands during the international break, but he was sidelined for their second match against Scotland due to a recurrence of a foot issue that has been plaguing him all season. Haaland participated in training on Thursday, according to Guardiola, despite experiencing a “few niggles.” He was hoping to play some role in Saturday’s match against Liverpool. That is undoubtedly a major worry for City, and Pep won’t play Haaland if he isn’t totally healthy; Julian Alvarez will probably start at the front of the line instead.
Focus on Liverpool, team news
Due to the excellent attacking connection that has developed between Salah, Darwin Nunez, and Dominik Szoboszlai, Klopp has reverted to an all-out attack for the most of the games. Although there is room for improvement in terms of balance, this Liverpool team is entertaining to watch and is not afraid to take chances. Additionally, in their last 23 games played since the previous season, they have only lost one league game. While Andy Robertson is recuperating from shoulder surgery and Curtis Jones is still out due to a hamstring injury, Thiago Alcantara and Stefan Bajcetic are still out. While Ryan Gravenberch, Joe Gomez, and Ibrahima Konate are all fighting to be fit for this match, Alexis Mac Allister has returned from suspension.
How many goals does Mohamed Salah have this season?
As we previously stated, Salah is having a scorching season, having scored 10 goals for Liverpool in 12 Premier League games. During the November international break, he also scored four goals for Egypt in their 6-0 victory over Djibouti in the World Cup qualifying round.