Published: Sun, October 07, 2018
Sport | By Matt Richards

Manchester City's Raheem Sterling must handle Liverpool returns better - Pep Guardiola

Manchester City's Raheem Sterling must handle Liverpool returns better - Pep Guardiola

"He [Salah] is younger and it was his first year back in England since his time at Chelsea, so we will see in the future", said Guardiola ahead of Sunday's fixture at Anfield.

"They are so strong".

Against a side of City's quality, I would always want to get a couple of results onside, and if the game is drawn, DNB allows your stake to be returned. And he reckons the club have as good a chance to end 29 years of hurt next May as they have at any time since.

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Ahead of their return this weekend, Guardiola said he hoped there would be no repeat of the ugly scenes that left them needing a replacement bus for the return journey.

Liverpool's highly anticipated match with Manchester City on Sunday will be available to view in one billion homes around the world, according to the Premier League. Carragher was obvious in naming former recruits Liverpool as his top contenders and also insisted that defending champions Manchester City were also a force to reckon. "I didn't watch that documentary, I heard about it and, now I saw it, is there anything where you think, 'Wow?'" said Klopp. "The Police knew it before it happened, now we know it, I don't know whats going to happen".

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola: "Liverpool will beat a lot of teams, not just Man City".

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"I'm not 100 per cent sure yet", the Liverpool Echo quote the German manager as saying.

Liverpool have lost only three of their last 36 league games while City have suffered defeat in just two of their last 53 top-flight matches.

This season, though, Salah has struggled to kick on from his debut campaign heroics, finding the back of the net thrice in seven league games, amid some forgettable performances. There was a bump in the road on Wednesday, but we've got to keep trying to push forward and gather as many points as we can. Different game, different opponent, different challenge - unfortunately even bigger challenge. We judge the players before they came in and from that time we work together.

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When asked if De Bruyne will be fit to face the Reds in the Premier League, Guardiola was concise in his reply: "We will see on Saturday". I didn't say Mo should relax because he has to work hard, but that's what he is doing.

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