Pep Guardiola saw his team actually play brightly for the first ten minutes at Anfield last week, although a stray pass from Leroy Sane saw Liverpool bomb forward and score the opener.
It was 3-0 come the interval, with City having to regroup although they failed to score that precious away goal and that makes Tuesday’s assignment a tough one.
Every time the home team attack, they will be slightly concerned about losing possession and being sucker-punched although some of the football they served up against Manchester United was outstanding.
OK, so the Red Devils won the game 3-2 although United were like a punch-drunk boxer come the interval and City should really have killed the game by that point.
City will be pumped for gaining revenge against Liverpool and we’re expecting them to win the match although the Reds could well score at least once at the Etihad which would leave City needing five!