Not matter how patchy Liverpool's form has been since the 1-0 defeat City suffered at Anfield, they are probably one of the last teams Pep Guardiola would have wanted to face this Sunday.
City are a point and a place above Liverpool, who have played one game more.
Whereas three of City's five defeats have come against other teams in the top six - Tottenham, Chelsea and Liverpool - Klopp's side have shown a particular aptitude for top-of-the-table clashes.
"It makes no sense to talk about it, but I will because I heard that there was a story out there over the week", Klopp said. It's a team that took the next step seven years ago and we're thinking to get better.
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Manchester City have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last 12 games in all competitions against Liverpool, shipping 23 in the process (W2 D4 L6).
Guardiola's team are also better on the road than they are at home with just 26 points from 13 league matches at the Etihad, meaning the Reds are in with a strong chance of returning to Liverpool with all three points.
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"If there's something to say about it, you will be the first to know again!". "Thank God they didn't so obviously we are still around them", the German said. "I think more they'll want to strike back, but that makes no difference to us".
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City's go-to man over the years has continued to deliver, leading the line in Gabriel Jesus' absence and giving Guardiola food for thought with regards to his long-term future at the club.
"He has played almost the whole season so far so if he has one week with more treatment than training and another week with light training for him, then yes, he would be completely okay". Klopp admitted that it was not his best performance, "That's life for an outstanding football player", said Klopp.
"Yes, we know that we can be hard to play in games like this, that's true, but we have to be at our best to get anything there because they are strong, they are good, and if you get a little bit passive, they play you around and that's it".
"Now he is going to the national team to play more minutes".
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