While Man City vs Liverpool isn’t considered a historic Premier League rivalry in the traditional sense, the fact these two sides have both been in lockstep fighting it out for the title in recent seasons has added extra significance to this fixture.
With both sides pulling away from the rest of their top six rivals in recent times, there’s always some extra spice when assessing where the value might lie in the Man City vs Liverpool betting markets.
Any meeting between these two sides tends to shape the title race, and with the sides meeting relatively early in the 2020/21 season, this season’s first clash promises be fascinating from a betting perspective.
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.
Who has the better head-to-head in Man City vs Liverpool?
Liverpool have the stronger head-to-head record with Man City, winning 88 times to City’s 49 (as of August 2020).
When is the next Man City vs Liverpool match?
The next Man City vs Liverpool game in the Premier League is provisionally scheduled for Saturday 7th November, although this is likely to be subject to change given final TV schedules have not been confirmed for this gameweek.
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 has yet to be confirmed, with the Premier League and its broadcast partners set to release further details on live autumn fixtures in the coming weeks.
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
Man City vs Liverpool Betting Tips
Check out the latest Man City vs Liverpool betting tips on the Marathonbet blog ahead one of the most hotly anticipated games of the 2020/21 Premier League season.