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When: Tuesday at 2:45 p.m. ET
Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Manchester City must roar back from their worst run of Pep Guardiola’s tenure as they look to overturn a 3-0 quarter-final first-leg deficit to reach the Champions League semi-finals at the expense of Liverpool.
A heavy defeat at Anfield was followed by another three-goal collapse in one half of football as the Premier League title party was delayed by at least two more weeks thanks to Manchester United’s remarkable derby one.
Liverpool have never lost a European tie when after winning the home first leg 3-0 but City have score three or more in over half of their 23 home games this season so the pedigree is there for both sides.
Man City v Liverpool: Match preview
So a week really is a long time in football, then.
If ever proof of one of the game’s most well-worn adages were needed, Manchester City have surely just provided it.
It almost feels like a trick of the mind that a mere seven days ago, Pep Guardiola’s men, fresh from another ruthless display of attacking dominance at Everton, were being lauded in some quarters as potentially England’s greatest ever club side.
With the EFL Cup in the bag, one hand on the Premier League trophy and a Champions League quarter-final against a team 18 points below them in the table to come, their quest for a remarkable treble appeared to be alive and kicking.
Critics were falling over themselves to shower City with superlatives and the hyperbole was reaching a crescendo.
Man City v Liverpool: Team news
All eyes will be on the Liverpool team-sheet to see if Salah is included.
The Egyptian, who has scored 38 goals this season, was withdrawn early in the second half of the first leg with a groin problem and missed Saturday’s goalless draw with Everton.
Klopp sounded reasonably confident that Salah could play some part, but left-backs Andy Robertson (calf) and Alberto Moreno (thigh) are doubts.
Liverpool will also be without Joel Matip (thigh), Emre Can (back), Adam Lallana (hamstring) and Joe Gomez (ankle), while skipper Jordan Henderson is suspended after his yellow card in the first leg.
For City, Aguero could make his first start in over a month following a knee problem, but John Stones is a doubt after missing the defeat to United with a muscle injury.
Left-back Benjamin Mendy is back in training after recovering from a serious knee injury but is still some way short of match fitness.