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Sunday, 27 November 2011

Liverpool v Man City Online Free Live Stream England Premier League Preview -27 Nov-2011,17:00 CET

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England Premier League
Match : Liverpool v Man City
Date: Saturday, 27 November 2011
Kick Off Time: 16:00 GMT
Venue: Anfield
Live/Repeat: Live

With every Premier League game, another milestone beckons for City at the moment. A win at Anfield would be a club record eight top-flight victories in a row, whilst even a draw is enough for a best-ever 16 games unbeaten. Behind the matter-of-fact statistics lurks a much bigger question, however. How will City react to their crushing Champions League defeat in Naples on Tuesday?

The only other time they were beaten this season (in Munich), Roberto Mancini's men went straight to Blackburn to wallop them 4-0. Liverpool should provide a much sterner challenge, and with matches to come against Chelsea and Arsenal before Christmas, I think we're about to find out just how strong this City title challenge will be.
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Anfield is a happy place to be since Kenny Dalglish's return in January - they've lost only once in 17 games

Nine games and over two months unbeaten, and with the joint-best defence in the Premier League (with City and Newcastle), Liverpool will rightly fancy themselves to see off any challenge right now - especially against their fellow 'big boys'. Last week's impressive win at Chelsea meant they've not lost in their last eight league games against them, City, Manchester United or Arsenal.

Turning home draws (three in a row) into wins is all that's stopping Liverpool from mounting a serious title bid of their own but, all in all, Anfield is a happy place to be since Kenny Dalglish's return in January - they've lost only once in 17 games.

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