SPARKS are set to fly as Liverpool welcome Man City for a crunch top-of-the-table clash.

Some are already touting this as a title decider with Jurgen Klopp‘s Reds already six points clear after just 11 games of the season.

 Liverpool mob Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after he puts them in front early in the second period against Genk

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Liverpool mob Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after he puts them in front early in the second period against GenkCredit: Getty – Contributor

Liverpool are unbeaten and have a fearsome home record, with their last league defeat at Anfield way back in April 2017.

City meanwhile will look to end a run of 16 years without a win on this ground and close the gap at the top to three points.

 Man city boss Pep Guardiola cannot afford a slip-up at Anfield next Sunday or Liverpool will be overwhelming title favourites

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Man city boss Pep Guardiola cannot afford a slip-up at Anfield next Sunday or Liverpool will be overwhelming title favouritesCredit: Getty Images – Getty

What time does Liverpool vs Man City kick off?

THIS massive Premier League clash is set for Sunday, November 10.

It will be held at Anfield, with kick-off at 4.30pm.

City have a dismal record here and haven’t won a league fixture since 2003.

Last season the sides cancelled each other out, playing out a tense 0-0 – with a similar scoreline this time benefiting Klopp’s men.

What TV channel is Liverpool vs Man City and can I live stream it?

YOU can watch the most important game of the season unfold on Sky Sports Premier League, Main Event and Ultra HD.

Coverage begins after the 2pm kick-off between Aston Villa and Wolves.

If you have a Sky subscription, grab the Sky Go app if you want to stream on your mobile, tablet or PC.

Whilst non-subscribers can purchase a NOW TV pass from £9.99 which will allow you to watch all Sky Sports channels for 24 hours.

 

What is the team news?

CITY are sweating on the fitness of Ederson after the stopper left the Champions League clash against Atalanta with a knock.

David Silva looks set to miss the Anfield clash with injury, whilst Oleksandr Zinchenko, Leroy Sane and Aymeric Laporte are still unavailable.

For the hosts, Jordan Henderson is set to return to the fold after missing the Genk win through illness.

Xherdan Shaqiri, Joel Matip and Nathaniel Clyne are the only three absentees with Klopp’s side looking to make it twelve top-flight games unbeaten to start the campaign.



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