Liverpool will be confident they can increase their gap over title-chasing Manchester City to nine points, but have conceded in their last five league games at Anfield.
The hosts have conceded the opener within ten minutes in two of their last three PL games here, and have now seen both teams score in eight straight competitive matches.
City must leave Anfield with a result, and with an average of 3.0 goals scored per fixture across their five PL road trips, as well as netting in 16 consecutive away league games, they are more than capable of doing so.
The final half-hour may be where the visitors really impress though, with City yet to concede a goal, whilst scoring seven themselves, during this period on their league travels.
Players to watch: Mohamed Salah scored the game-winning goal in Liverpool’s last PL home win, and their last top-flight H2H victory here – both times in the final half-hour.
Raheem Sterling netted the opener in the last H2H – he’s also scored the opener in four of the previous six City games that he’s scored in.