Brendan Rodgers’ Reds are in scintillating form, having won their last nine games on the bounce heading into the clash. They have scored 46 goals during that run at an average of 3.2 goals per game.
The Anfield outfit’s home form has been one of the driving forces behind their title challenge, having won all four meetings with fellow members of the top seven so far this season, scoring 14 and conceding just once.
Luis Suarez will of course be Liverpool’s danger-man once again, with the striker having scored 29 league goals so far this term. The Uruguay forward is 4/1 to score first on Sunday and 5/6 to net any time.
Manchester City, meanwhile, still have their destiny in their own hands despite being third in the table. The Citizens are four points behind leaders Liverpool but have played two games less.
City’s only loss in their last 20 league games was the 1-0 defeat by fellow title-chasers Chelsea at Etihad Stadium two months ago.
With Sergio Aguero set to return to action and captain Vincent Kompany expected to be fit, the City win looks very tempting indeed at special odds of 6/1 for new Paddy Power customers.
Aguero, who is due to return from injury, has scored in five successive top-flight games and has netted six league goals in his last six away trips. The Argentina international is 6/1 to open the scoring on Sunday and 7/5 to net any time.
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