BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, ” i know what my players can do i know what they are capable of the win is ours Unless VAR doesn’t intercedes for man City”. Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has passionately called for honest and fair VAR decisions in the “title-deciding” clash with Manchester City. Klopp is known for his emotive nature, and this is reflected in his forceful words about the importance of a fair and unbiased approach from the VAR. Klopp’s ‘Passionate’ Plea for ‘Honest’ VAR – Liverpool Boss ‘Demands’ Fairness in ‘Title-Deciding’ Clash”.


Jurgen Klopp faces some intriguing decisions as Liverpool prepare to announce their lineup ahead of their clash with Manchester City. The match at Anfield presents both teams with the opportunity to surpass league leaders Arsenal with a victory, following Arsenal’s dramatic comeback against Brentford, culminating in Kai Havertz’s winning goal.

A win for Liverpool would extend their lead over Manchester City to four points. Despite the absence of Alisson Becker due to injury, Caoimhin Kelleher retains his place in goal for Liverpool. Joe Gomez fills in at left-back for Andy Robertson, while Virgil van Dijk partners with Jarell Quansah in central defense. Wataru Endo occupies the No.6 position behind midfielders Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai.

In a surprising move, Klopp opts to start Mohamed Salah on the bench against Manchester City, instead fielding Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez, and Harvey Elliott as the attacking trio.

On the Manchester City side, a formidable lineup is expected at Anfield. Ederson guards the goal, supported by a center-back duo of John Stones and Nathan Ake. Kevin De Bruyne orchestrates the midfield alongside Rodri and Bernardo Silva. Julian Alvarez, Phil Foden, and Erling Haaland lead the attack for Pep Guardiola’s reigning champions.

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