EPL: Guardiola rates Man City’s Aguero ahead of Salah

EPL: Guardiola rates Man City’s Aguero ahead of Salah

EPL: Guardiola rates Man City’s Aguero ahead of Salah

Neville's colleague at Sky Sports, Jamie Carragher, says that Liverpool can not afford to lose to City if they want to mount a serious title challenge.

Sterling, 23, has been booed during each game at Liverpool since his acrimonious move to City in 2015.

"There's still room for improvement, a few cobwebs people are still shaking off from the World Cup but I feel that this is a time when we need to come good".

Liverpool face their biggest game of the season so far this weekend, with City heading to Anfield for a top-of-the-table Premier League clash.

The Reds have started this season strongly and have only dropped two points in their opening seven Premier League games ahead of Sunday's showdown with Guardiola's Manchester City side at Anfield.

'For the moment, we have the most points of any English team in the Champions League, and it is a big responsibility for us to maintain that in our next group match against the super team, Juventus.

"It's a tough place to go; they were on fire last time we went, Salah was on fire, Mane and Firmino, and they've got some brilliant attacking players".

The front three of Leroy Sane, Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling has worked very well in recent weeks, and while there's a possibility of Gabriel Jesus returning if Guardiola uses a 3-5-2, it would be odd for him to disturb the cohesion in that zone. "Even if they'd lost I'd say it was a good performance, but Napoli worries me".

There is a theory that although Klopp is able to defeat Guardiola in a one-off game, the latter will ultimately prevail over the course of a league campaign because of the control his football exerts and the squad he has. "They are a top side and reached the Champions League final".

"Now we will have three days together until we play City and make the boys aware of what was wrong".

Liverpool registered three wins over Man City last season.

And Sky Sports pundit Neville says that he thinks it was a mistake to play all three forwards for nearly the full game against Napoli. It's not that you go out of a game like this thinking now we have the solution to deal with Manchester City.

The Reds are winless in their last three games in all competitions, and there is a little bit of worry regarding the form of their attackers who have so often looked unstoppable.

"There is no real way, no one thing that you have to do".

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