Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, has said that Sunday’s match at Liverpool will be “a tough game.”
But the Spaniard also told experts and fans not to “expect anything else special.”
In the last five years, City and Liverpool have competed against each other for the title.
But Jurgen Klopp’s team has had a bad start to the season. They are already 14 points behind the leaders, Arsenal.
But Guardiola doesn’t care about where his team is in the league as he takes them to Anfield.
“It’s always hard to go to Liverpool. The game is hard, and you shouldn’t expect anything else special.
“It’s important that we’ve made it to the last 16 for the past ten years. What happens in the Liverpool game will depend on what happens on the field, not on who is ahead or who is behind.
Guardiola told the media on Friday that Liverpool’s position in the table doesn’t change anything.