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Expect goals at the Etihad
It looks likely to be goals galore when Manchester City host Liverpool in Sunday's late game in the Premier League.

Both teams seem at their happiest when on the attack and with both Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp known for their preference for expansive play, it could be a cracker.

City have won their last six in the Premier League at home but their defensive frailties were exposed by Monaco when they went out of the Champions League on Wednesday.

Now out of Europe, it is crucial Guardiola's third-placed side finish in the top four and they are n/a to extend their recent run.

Sergio Aguero will be keen to get back on track after a tough evening in the Principality and will hope for better service from the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva.

It will also be interesting to see if Yaya Toure returns to the fold while Nicolas Otamendi may also be in line for a start after being dropped in midweek.

Liverpool have won their last two to climb back up to fourth but, just like their opponents, questions continue to be asked about their defence.

However, they are exciting on the break and, having won this fixture 4-1 last season, the Reds are n/a to repeat the feat.

They also have a good record in recent times against the Citizens, avoiding defeat in their last five meetings in all competitions.

Pace on the break was the key to their triumph at the Etihad last season and Sadio Mane's record against the big clubs marks him out as one to watch.

The Senegalese, who has scored against the likes of Tottenham and Arsenal, will have been licking his lips at the woeful defending on show from City in Europe.

He is unlikely to be aided by Roberto Firmino, currently an injury doubt, while Daniel Sturridge is a long-term absentee although there appears to be good news on Dejan Lovren.

Although Guardiola's side have kept clean sheets in their last three matches in the Premier League, it appears something has to give on Sunday.

Over 2.5 goals is n/a and the talent on show could signal a high-scoring draw like 2-2.

The draw outright is n/a but, in truth, both will be going for the win as they know at this stage of the season that victories are what count in the battle for the top four.

Recommended Bet: More than 2.5 goals in the game at n/a
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