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Manchester United handed major blow ahead of Liverpool tie with injured star set to return

Manchester United handed major blow ahead of Liverpool tie with injured star set to return

"You'd imagine Liverpool are going to drop some points, and Man City will keep gaining points".

John Stones and Aymeric Laporte are also out which means Guardiola has got no choice but to continue with Otamendi paired alongside Fernandinho and if that's not akin to handing Liverpool the keys to the Premier League castle then I don't know what is.

Norwich City were 3-2 winners against Manchester City at Carrow Road last month before Wolverhampton Wanderers were surprising 2-0 victors at The Etihad last weekend.

Their surprise loss to Wolves extended our lead at the top of the table to eight points, and yes it is early days but that's a lot of catching up to do with a side who almost hit three figures during the last campaign.

Manchester City have a vulnerability to them that hasn't existed in the last two years during their title successes, but at the same time they still have it in the locker to put a insane run of results together during the course of a season.

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Rafael Benitez believes that Liverpool have a great advantage in their Premier League title bid right now and their rivals Manchester City can't afford too many more slip ups.

Former Reds defender Carragher challenged Liverpool FC to maintain their momentum ahead of a tough run of fixtures in the Premier League.

"But there is no doubt a big injury to a big Liverpool player will severely hamper them". And what Liverpool have to do is capitalise as much.

"When he first came in he didn't make any signings, and that just instilled a level of confidence in the players that the manager was trusting people to do what they're capable of, rather than just replace them straight away; which is so often the case in a new management tenure". 'I didn't have this exact role in the team.

Where Klopp has the edge is that he has built Liverpool from more limited resources than Guardiola has at Manchester City, albeit still spending plenty of money along the way.

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