Liverpool have won 12 league games away from Anfield this season. Their club record is 13, set on three previous occasions including last season.
Since the inception of the Premier League, Liverpool have won 20 of the 45 meetings with City winning nine, while at City, the Reds have won four with 10 draws and eight defeats.
But since City’s move to the Etihad, Liverpool have recorded three wins with six draws and seven defeats, winning one of the last 10 and taking six points from a last possible 30 on offer.
Klopp’s Favourite Enemy
Pep Guardiola has overseen three victories in his last 11 managerial jousts with Jurgen Klopp in all competitions (three draws and five defeats), with 10 of those clashes being against Liverpool, including the Community Shield back in August.
Jurgen Klopp has beaten him more times than any other manager: eight.
Since then, 372 minutes (six hours, 12 minutes) without finding the net on the road.
Not since 1992 (February to April) have Liverpool failed to trouble the scorers in five successive away games (that came in a sequence of eight).
One Missing, One Leaving
City are likely to be without Sergio Aguero this evening. He has scored in all 7 of his Premier League appearances against Liverpool at the Etihad.
Leroy Sane, due to join Bayern Munich this summer, has scored four goals in five league appearances against Liverpool.
Harvey’s Next Record
Harvey Elliott will be 17 years, 113 days old on the final day of the season.
City have struggled in games against the ‘big six’ this season, by their normal high standards.
They have won only three of the nine encounters so far—earning only 10 points—scoring 13 times and conceding 14. They lost four of their five encounters away from home.
Compare that with last season when they took 25 points from that mini-league and conceded only five times.
Referee for this match is Anthony Taylor who took charge of the corresponding fixture last season.
This Season’s Scorers
Man City: Aguero 23, Sterling 22, Jesus 18, De Bruyne 12, Mahrez 11, B.Silva 7, Foden 6, Gundogan 5, Rodri 4, D.Silva 4, Otamendi 3, own goals 2, Cancelo 1, Harwood-Bellis 1, Walker 1, Zinchenko 1
Liverpool: Salah 21, Mane 19, Firmino 11, Oxlade-Chamberlain 7, Origi 5, Wijnaldum 5, own goals 5, Milner 4, Van Dijk 4, Alexander-Arnold 3, Henderson 3, Keita 3, Fabinho 2, Jones 2, Matip 2, Robertson 2, Hoever 1, Lallana 1, Lovren 1, Shaqiri 1
* Statistics courtesy of LFC statistician Ged Rea (@ged0407).