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Liverpool v Manchester City, Barclays Premier League,
Anfield, April 11th 2011, 20:00pm

  Liverpool FC - Team News:
Well after the away defeat at West Brom in the game the Reds will be looking to get back to winning ways but face a hard task against a crack City team. its not looking we will have Steven Gerrard back as he broke down before the WBA last friday. Injuries worries will hang over Johnson & Agger who both left the field early against the Baggies. Some better news is that Jonjo Shelvey is now fit and had 70 mins under his belt for the reserves and Aurelio is also in contention for the game against City.
  Player to Watch: Andy Carroll
Having reasonably quiet game last time out against West Brom he will be keen to get a good game under his belt and will cause the City defence plenty of problems.
  Manchester City FC - Team News:
City have no major worries on the injury front.
  Player to Watch:Carlos Tevez
Back to his best in City's 5-0 drubbing off Sunderland showing what he can do, great movement of the ball, which makes him easy to pick out by his midfield colleagues and hard to mark by his opponents.
  Match Facts & Stats:
In the last 160 matches played between these two great clubs Liverpool have won 79, Man City have won 41 and there have been 40 drawn games.
  Referee Watch: Mark Halsey
Mark Halsey has officiated over the reds 3 times this season with 5 yellow cards and the sending off of Lucas.
  Match Prediction:
Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City, this will be a even game and City will just have to much for Liverpool on the day to prevent the reds from winnig.
  Next Fixtures:
Arsenal, 17th April 16:00pm, Emirates Stadium



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