◼️ The Pep Guardiola squad will have to overcome the 0-3 suffered at Anfield, while the Reds will try to seal their pass to the instance of the best four.
Manchester City and Liverpool will play a Champions League quarter-final rematch at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday that looks favorable to the Reds after their 3-0 triumph at Anfield. However, the overwhelming performance exhibited during most of their meetings in the season, you can not rule out a comeback by Pep Guardiola.
The Citizens will try to reverse the image shown six days ago, show a greater defensive solidity, remove protagonism from Jürgen Klopp and control the ball as often do the teams that the Catalan coach directs.
However, they should be alert to the power of an attack commanded by the ignition Mohamed Salah – one of the top scorers in the European leagues together with Lionel Messi – plus the appearances of Roberto Firmino and the speed of Sadio Mané; Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, in turn, is another of the letters of care that Liverpool has, which works to replace Philippe Coutinho, who left the club at the beginning of the year to emigrate to Barcelona.
On the local side it is expected that Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sané and Gabriel Jesus make up the lead, led by Kevin De Bruyne. Sergio Agüero could jump from the substitute bench after recently recovering from a physical discomfort.