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Liverpool & City Prepare To Clash At The Etihad

Two months ago (27 Nov 2011) Manchester City came away from Anfield with a point. But the question is, can Roberto Mancini's men go one better at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday?

The Premier League title is, in my opinion a three horse race (Tottenham will probably finish third) and with both Manchester clubs failing to pick up any points at the weekend taking three points off Liverpool will be just what the doctor ordered, especially after City's New Years Day defeat at Sunderland.

I'm sure it will be a close game but at the end of the day MCFC can't afford to drop silly points against a team we're more than capable of rolling over. Famous last words I hear you say...probably!!








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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 1 2012

Time: 6:53PM

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This one is going to be a cracker.
Johnny Baguette
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01/01/2012 21:10:00

Never say this often but hoping for Liverpool to get something ,but City's home form will prevail.
nickster
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01/01/2012 22:50:00

Never say this often but hoping for Liverpool to get something ,but City's home form will prevail.
nickster
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01/01/2012 22:50:00

We'll get a draw at minimum, away form is the problem - we're great at home.
StuMCFC
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01/01/2012 22:56:00

We have won all our home games, so why change now. At least Liverpool will try to score goals which will open up the game in the second half, but we need to score first.
johnkelv
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02/01/2012 00:01:00

it will be difficult but i always feel as though we have an extra gear when we play at home
arthur7171
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02/01/2012 01:15:00

arthur7171 - our best form has been from away matches also its the best defence against the best attack......... going to be interesting thats for sure im going 2-1 either side
muffdaddy1983
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03/01/2012 10:31:00

Muffdaddy, no disrespect intended mate but it really is difficult to take anything you say seriously with that username. Anyway, here's hoping for a good game and may the best team win.
Bluedub
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03/01/2012 11:56:00

 

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