On Thursday 25 June, it was confirmed that Liverpool had finally won the Premier League and broken a 30-year drought for another top-flight league championship. They didn’t have to kick a ball to do it, with Manchester City’s 2-1 defeat to Chelsea sealing the deal.
Now the champions-elect take their unassailable 23-point lead into the home of the team they vanquished for Premier League supremacy: Manchester City. It could have been the title decider, instead City will form a guard of honour for the Reds as they take to the field.
The title is no longer on the line, but Jurgen Klopp and his men are still chasing history, including a record points tally. How will they perform after a week of celebrating a title three decades in the making?
When is Manchester City vs Liverpool?
This showdown of Premier League heavyweights kicks off at 8:15pm BST on Thursday 2 July at Etihad Stadium in Manchester.
How to watch Manchester City vs Liverpool
As you can see in our guide to watching the Premier League in the UK, you have a few options for watching England’s top flight. Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime Video all have varying access to games, with highlights on BBC Sport.
To watch Manchester City vs Liverpool, you need a subscription to Sky Sports or NOW TV. From our research, if you aren’t already a Sky customer, NOW TV is the way to go.
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Watch Man City vs Liverpool on NOW TV
You have a few options when it comes to NOW TV, a streaming service available through a smart TV or a wide variety of other devices. The service offers a daily or monthly pass. The day pass is £9.99 and will have you covered if you are just interested in one-off games, like this clash between the past two Premier League champions.
It also offers a monthly pass for £33.99 per month. There is also a deal right now of a 25% discount if you sign up for 3 months. So it will cost you £25 per month for 3 months. You can check out a full review of NOW TV, including discount codes and eligible devices.
Who will win Man City vs Liverpool?
This is a tricky game to call. The Reds may still have sore heads from their victory celebrations, but they will also want to underline just why they are champions. Manchester City don’t have a lot to play for outside sealing another top-two finish, but they will want to exact a little revenge and perhaps suggest next season things won’t go Liverpool’s way. We’ll take the easy route here and opt for a 1-1 draw at Etihad Stadium.
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