JUST IN, “Supercomputer Predicts ‘Shock’ Result for Liverpool vs. Manchester City – ‘Upset on the Cards'”


Former Chelsea player Chris Sutton has made a prediction, foreseeing a 2-1 victory for Liverpool in their potentially title-deciding encounter against Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday (March 10). Currently leading the Premier League table with 63 points from 27 matches, Liverpool has undergone a remarkable transformation from finishing fifth with just 67 points last season. Their current seven-game winning streak across competitions highlights their impressive form.

Manchester City, dominant with five of the last six league titles, trail Liverpool in the 2023-24 league standings with 62 points from 27 games. They’ve displayed cosnsistency with 18 wins and two draws in their last 20 matches.

In his column for the BBC, Sutton boldly predicted Liverpool’s victory over the reigning Premier League champions at Anfield, emphasizing the home advantage and Mohamed Salah’s potential impact upon his return from injury. Sutton stated, “City are the Premier League champions, European champions and world champions… so who is going to write them off? I am.” His intuition leans towards Liverpool edging out City, with Darwin Nunez tipped to score in a Reds’ win.

Both Liverpool and Manchester City have enjoyed successful seasons, with Liverpool winning 32 out of 43 games across competitions, and Manchester City claiming victory in 33 out of 43 overall outings this campaign.

Regarding their head-to-head record, neither club holds a clear advantage. Liverpool has secured four wins and suffered as many defeats in their previous 12 encounters against City, with 20 goals scored and 25 conceded.

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