Man City vs Liverpool: TV channel, live stream, kick off time and team news for HUGE title deciding clash

LIVERPOOL will be hoping that they can derail the Manchester City train when they travel to the Etihad TODAY.

The Reds have clawed their way back into the race for the title by astonishingly closing the gap on City from 14 to just ONE point.

And their unstoppable form has dribbled into the Champions League when they turned over Portuguese giants Benfica in Portugal.

However, Pep's well-oiled blue machine managed to secure a midweek positive result against a resolute Atletico Madrid themselves.

So they'll be prepared to go to battle with the Merseyside outfit in the Premier League's blockbuster event.

What time does Man City vs Liverpool kick off?

  • Manchester City take on Liverpool TODAY – April 10.
  • It is scheduled to kick-off at 4:30pm UK time.
  • Etihad Stadium in Manchester is the venue for this intriguing encounter which can hold up to 53,000 fans.
  • The last match between the sides ended in an exciting 2-2 draw.

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What TV channel is Man City vs Liverpool on and can I live stream it?

  • Manchester City vs Liverpool will be broadcasted live on Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League.
  • The coverage commences from 4pm UK time – 30 minutes before kick-off.
  • Subscription members can also stream the game live via the Sky Sports website or Sky Go app.

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Team news

There are no fresh injury concerns for Pep to have to worry about.

However, Ruben Dias will continue lengthy spell on the side-lines and young talent Cole Palmer is still nursing an ongoing ankle issues.

But the Spaniard has access to Kyle Walker again having missed out through suspension in the week.

Providing there are no late scares, Jurgen Klopp should have a full-strength side to take to the Etihad.

Naby Keita returned to the squad on Tuesday with a crucial 87th minute assist for Luis Diaz.

And Curtis Jones was fit enough to make the bench despite a slight swelling on his ankle.

Latest odds

  • Man City to win EVS
  • Draw 13/5
  • Liverpool to win 13/5

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct as of Sunday, April 10.

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