Key Stat

Key Stat

There has been an average of 3.1 goals scored per game over the last 5 matches in the English Premier League where Man City have been at home, and Liverpool have been away.

Current Form

Last 5 Results

Man City
Liverpool

Home

Away

3
Won
4
1
Drawn
0
1
Lost
1
7
Scored
17
3
Conceded
4
3
Clean Sheets
3
2

AVG Goals Per Game

4.2

AVG Goals Per Game

Head-To-Head (H2H)

Last 5 Encounters

Man City
Liverpool

Home

Away

3
Won
0
2
Drawn
2
0
Lost
3
13
Scored
3
3
Conceded
13
2
Clean Sheets
0
Sun 8th November 2020
Man City
1-1
Liverpool
Thu 2nd July 2020
Man City
4-0
Liverpool
Thu 3rd January 2019
Man City
2-1
Liverpool
Sat 9th September 2017
Man City
5-0
Liverpool
Sun 19th March 2017
Man City
1-1
Liverpool
3.2

AVG Goals Per Game

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Midweek Fixtures

Mid week fixtures in the lower english leagues are very inconsistent. This is due to the number of fixtures in a season, managers have to rest players.
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New Manager

When a new manager is appointed that team will likely win or draw their first game. Players perform to try and impress the new manager.

Man City vs Liverpool Prediction

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Man City vs Liverpool H2H

In the head to head battle, Man City and Liverpool have met 5 time(s) in the last 5 seasons in the English Premier League, with Man City winning 60% of home matches, with 16 goals being scored in 5 matches.

Man City won their last English Premier League home game with a 2-1 victory against West Ham and have now won 60% of their last 5 English Premier League home matches.

Liverpool won their last English Premier League away game with a 0-1 victory against Wolves and have now won 80% of their last 5 English Premier League away matches.

TOP TIP Based on the h2h (head to head), and current form data, we reckon there will be goals in this game. Tipping plus 2.5 goals.

Match Data is based on Man City at home and Liverpool away from home.

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