Liverpool vs Man City Prediction, Head-to-Head and Analysis

Liverpool vs Man City Prediction.

When is Liverpool most likely to score a goal? Liverpool’s 42% of goals have come after 60 minutes this season

When is Man City most likely to score a goal? Man City has scored more goals after the 61st minute with Erling Haaland scoring most of its goals in this phase.

Who is most likely to score for Liverpool? It is difficult to predict Liverpool’s Goalscorer with diverse goalscorers in the last few games for the Reds

Who is most likely to score for Man City? Erling Haaland’s Shooting accuracy and City’s ability to make lots of chances for him make him likely to score

Who is likely to win the match? Man City: 2 Liverpool: 2

Statistical analysis is based on historic performance. Player performance in the match may not necessarily replicate the recent performances.

On Matchday 11, Liverpool will host Man City at Anfield. At the moment, Liverpool is sitting at 10th and Man City is sitting at 2nd on the Table.

Liverpool vs Man City Prediction: Goals Scored and Conceded

  • In the Premier League this season, Liverpool has not lost a single game and scored in all five games at home. Although Newcastle and Brighton have been strong defensively, Liverpool has scored five goals against them combined.
  • Despite never losing a single game at away this season, City’s win percentage dips slightly, as it played three draws in the last five away games against West Ham, Newcastle, and Aston Villa. Coming to statistical Analysis- City scores goals both at home and away, but concedes more away, particularly against good teams, such as Newcastle in their most recent match.

Liverpool vs Man City Prediction: Form (Last 5 EPL Matches)

In the last five home matches in Premier League, Liverpool has:

  • Scored 3.6 goals per match.
  • Conceded 1.2 goals per match.
  • Scored in each game.
  • A shot Conversion rate of 34% on every Shot on target.

In the last five away matches in Premier League, Man City has:

  • Scored 2.2 goals per match.
  • Conceded 1.2 goals per match.
  • Scored in each game.
  • A shot Conversion rate of 29% on every Shot on target.

Forwards Statistics


So far, Roberto Firmino has scored the most goals for Liverpool. Also notable are Luis Diaz and Mo Salah.

  • Firmino has been in excellent form so far. The current season has already seen him score five goals. Additionally, Firmino assisted on 3 goals and created two big chances.
  • Since the start of the season, Luis Diaz has scored three goals with a dribbling success rate of 61%.
  • Salah hasn’t been at his best this season. Despite this, he still managed to score two goals. The average number of key passes Salah makes per match is 3.6.

Man City:

  • This season, Erling Haaland has been on fire for Man City. Man City’s Striker average 1.91 goals per match with a shooting accuracy of 58%.
  • Phil Foden’s shooting accuracy has improved by 17% from last year.
  • De Bruyne has been sensational with his passing and has been on the ball with assists every other game.

Liverpool vs Man City Prediction: Yellow Card Statistics


  • Alexander Arnold, Fabio Carvalho, and Van Dijk follow Van Dijk as the Liverpool players with the most cards (0.20 per game) this season.

Man City:

  • Cancelo has received an average of 0.25 cards for Manchester City this season, followed by Rodri, who averages 0.14 cards a game.

Liverpool vs Man City Prediction: Defence Statistics

  • Given that they have allowed more shots on goal than Arsenal and Man City, Liverpool’s defensive play has not been as strong as it should be, as evidenced by their performance.
  • Man City has only allowed just one goal per Premier League game this season, and six of those goals have come against Newcastle and Manchester United. Apart from those games, City has not allowed an opponent to score even one goal each game. Man City has had an equally impressive tackle success percentage this season and has allowed the fewest shots on goal in the Premier League.


  • Shots conceded per game – 9.3
  • Tackles Success – 72%
  • Interceptions – 8.3

Man City

  • Shots conceded per game – 6.5
  • Tackles Success – 77%
  • Interceptions – 7.4

Liverpool vs Man City Prediction: Goal Keeper Stats

  • It is clear from his goals allowed per game, which in the Premier League this season have averaged 1.5 goals, that Allison has been struggling. His save percentage is only 61%, which is 7% lower than it was last year.
  • Although Edersen only concedes one goal per game in the Premier League, he hasn’t been particularly good. He has the lowest save percentage among the top Premier League teams.

Liverpool vs Man City Head-to-Head

Matches: 221 | Liverpool: 107 | Draw: 56 | Man City: 58

Recent 5 Meetings: Liverpool: 2 | Draw: 2 |  Man City: 1

Last Meeting: the game ended in a 3-1 win in a Community Shield match for Liverpool.

Man City vs Liverpool Head-to-Head: Key Highlights

In the last five matches against Liverpool, Man city has:

  • Scored 2.2 goals per match.
  • Scored in each game.
  • no clean sheet.

In the last five matches against City, Liverpool has:

  • Scored 2.2 goals per match.
  • Scored in each game.

Liverpool vs Man City Odds

FC Tables

Liverpool: 3.9, Man City: 1.8


Liverpool: 3.6, Man City: 1.9


Liverpool: 4.1, Man City: 2.1

Man United vs Newcastle

Liverpool vs Man City Team News

Man City is without Kyle Walker and Kalvin Phillips, while John Stones missed the trip to Copenhagen midweek.

A number of Liverpool players will be absent this weekend, including Joel Matip, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita, Arthur Melo, and Luis Diaz.

There is a possibility that Andy Robertson and Curtis Jones will return.

Liverpool vs Man City Predicted Line up

Liverpool (4-4-2): Alisson; Gomez, Konate van Dijk, Tsimikas; Henderson, Alcantara; Salah, Jota, Firmino; Nunez

Man City (4-3-3): Ederson; Ake, Laporte, Dias, Cancelo; Bruyne, Gundogan, Silva; Grealish, Haaland, Foden

Liverpool vs Man City Prediction: Final Analysis and Prediction

This Fixture would be interesting, especially since it will be played at Anfield, where Liverpool has not lost so far, except that City would have been overwhelming favorites. There may be some key players missing on both sides, which could make this match even more intriguing. City’s defense could be adversely affected by Walker and Stones’ absence, especially since both have started most of the games.

As both teams have strong attacking capabilities, we can expect over 3.5 goals with injuries weakening already fragile defenses



Subhash, Founder of Crowdwisdom360 is an MBA and a Trained Financial Advisor with an extensive background in Forecasting in Financial Services and Politics. He has appeared many times on National TV and has written for a variety of magazines on Wealth Management and Election Strategy.

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