Liverpool are the only top side City are yet to beat away from home in the Sheikh Mansour era, and considering how competitive the Reds are, Pep Guardiola's side will have to muster all the quality they have.
"[Sturridge] is back in training, healthy and on the way to be fit again".
The Reds have suffered a massive blow this week when their Brazilian sensation forced a move out to join Barcelona and the arrival of Virgil Van Dijk and his dream debut by netting the victor against Merseyside rivals Everton in FA Cup have been marred by the midfielder's £142 mil departure.
"Salah, oh Mane Mane, Roberto Firmino and we sold Coutinho", he sings.
It wasn't bad timing that news of Coutinho's departure followed in the immediate wake of £75m Virgil van Dijk scoring the victor in their FA Cup tie with Everton.
"It's more exciting for everyone when you have two top teams who try to attack and try to create chances".
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Ending the unbeaten run of a City team who beat them 5-0 in September would, however, be more tangible proof there is life after Coutinho. By this point, Alexis Sanchez could be playing for a team in Manchester (not necessarily City!), though, and from a pure talent standpoint, Arsenal simply doesn't hold a candle to City.
Liverpool boast an array of exciting attacking talent but Klopp will have to find a way of knitting it together in the absence of the departed Brazilian. As Jurgen Klopp's well-received statement eloquently put it: ' I have been here long enough now to know in the history of Liverpool, key players have left before - but the club always goes on.
The defending champions won't be repeating, but that doesn't mean they can't have a say in the manner in which they concede the title. "We go there to win the game", he said. Asked if winning four trophies was feasible, Gundogan took a cautious approach.
"It was a special day and one I remember really well", he said.
Today: Chelsea v Leicester City; West Bromwich Albion v Brighton & Hove Albion; Watford v Southampton; Crystal Palace v Burnley; Newcastle United v Swansea City; Huddersfield Town v West Ham United; Tottenham Hotspur v Everton (7:30pm).
"Liverpool are one of the few sides around for whom, given a fair wind, beating Manchester City at their own game seems even a possibility".
Manchester United entertain managerless Stoke City on Monday and are 2-9 to keep the points with the Potters 14-1 and the draw at 6s.