Premier League game between Liverpool and Manchester City on 10th November

Premier League game between Liverpool and Manchester City on 10th November

Liverpool will play Manchester City on 10th November in a game that is set to see spark fly. The two goliaths of the Premier League will lock horns at 4.30pm in a game that was moved forward 24 hours to ensure the best TV coverage. Read on to discover more about this important match, including the latest Premier League betting odds.

The change of scheduling gives Liverpool an additional recovery day after their clash with Atalanta in their Champion’s League fixture. This could make a difference to the Reds performance as they seek to add another favourable result to their unbeaten run.

The Liverpool vs Manchester City match will give City the chance to close the gap with the leaders, following a series of smaller fixtures, such as Southampton. Although Liverpool have stronger opponents leading up to the big match, including Arsenal and Aston Villa, dropping any points from the game will ensure City close the gap with the Reds.

Key Players and Current Odds

Pep Guardiola has a number of key players waiting in the wings who could help to swing the match in Manchester City’s favour. De Bruyne is a favourite to score with his set piece skills and passing accuracy likely to cause trouble for Liverpool. Other key players to watch for are Aguero, Silva and Sterling, while Fernandinho is also potentially highly important for City in this upcoming match.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool will look towards Mohamed Salah as a key player, while Mane, Origi and Shaquiri could also be important in the line-up as the Reds look to extend their unbeaten run. Klopp praised Firmino recently for his performance against Tottenham, so he is likely to feature prominently in the match.

Bookmakers’ Odds

The bookmakers have been cutting odds on City to put in a great performance and currently have Liverpool down to win at 9/5 while Manchester City are 7/5 to triumph. Odds for the game to be a draw are 13/5.

Both sides are looking for a positive result as a way to forget their recent troubles in the Champion’s League, where both were fined by UEFA for crowd trouble at the start of October. This match will also be important for both sides in their hopes for Premier League glory with Liverpool looking to continue their strong season and City attempting to put pressure on the top spot.