Last season’s Premier League top two renew rivalries at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon, with the hosts 107/100 to win and close the gap on the Reds in the race for the title.
Man City vs Liverpool Betting
City put an early marker down for their intentions this season when the two clubs last met at the Etihad Stadium in July.
A blistering first half display helped the home side run out comfortable 4-0 winners back in early July to dampen the Reds’ title celebrations.
Strikes from Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and Phil Foden in the first half helped City maintain their strong recent home league record against the Reds that day as they ran out 4-0 winners. Manchester City to win the first half + Over 2.5 goals is currently 63/10 with Marathonbet if you fancy the hosts to repeat that flying start.
Home advantage could be a decisive factor here – even without a crowd this weekend.
That 4-0 victory behind closed doors in July was the third home league win on the spin for Pep Guardiola’s side in this fixture, and on two of those occasions they successfully kept the Reds’ lively front line at bay.
It’s 18/5 for City to win to nil on Sunday, while a close-run 2-1 home win to match the tense 2019 clash between the two sides is 37/5 in our latest Man City vs Liverpool betting markets.
It’s rare these two clubs fail to deliver on entertainment value in this fixture. In fact, there has been just one 0-0 draw since 2010 in league meetings at either the Etihad or Anfield.
Fancy the goalless draw?
It’s 23/1 for this one to end with both sides drawing a blank.
Both teams come into this fixture off the back of hard-fought wins in the last round of games. Kyle Walker netted against former club Sheffield Utd to secure City all three points at Bramall Lane in a narrow 1-0 victory, while Diogo Jota was the difference as the Reds edged past West Ham Utd 2-1 at Anfield.
*Odds correct at time of writing but may be subject to change.
Man City vs Liverpool History
When was the first ever Man City vs Liverpool match?
These two historic clubs have been playing each other across three centuries, with Liverpool securing a 3-1 win in their first ever meeting, all the way back in 1896.
When is the next Man City vs Liverpool match?
The next Man City vs Liverpool game in the Premier League takes place on Sunday 8th November, at 4:30pm.
The reverse encounter looks set to take place at Anfield on 6th February 2021.
Where can I watch Man City vs Liverpool live on TV?
Live televised coverage for Man City vs Liverpool will be on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, and Sky Sports Ultra HD.
Man City vs Liverpool H2H Records
Last Six EPL Meetings
Man City 4-0 Liverpool
Liverpool 3-1 Man City
Man City 2-1 Liverpool
Liverpool 0-0 Man City
Liverpool 4-3 Man City
Man City 5-0 Liverpool