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The highly anticipated clash between Liverpool and Manchester City, two leading contenders in the Premier League, is imminent. Following Arsenal’s victory over Brentford, Jürgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola’s teams will confront each other in a potentially pivotal clash.

We interviewed Nick Sapia, a Liverpool fan from LFC Boston, to gather insights about the Reds prior to the match. Naturally, the starting point was the highly anticipated match between the two dominant teams today.

Liverpool will be facing Manchester City in a match. Is it likely that the team that wins this game will also win the Premier League this season?

I have doubts. The recent string of victories by Arsenal, culminating in a decisive last-minute goal, indicates that the competition for top positions in the near future will involve three teams. Undoubtedly, a victory for Liverpool would give them a significant advantage, particularly considering that City and Arsenal are yet to play against each other. I anticipate that both Liverpool and City will not perceive this match as a crucial victory. They will certainly make efforts to seize opportunities to win, but in general, I expect a cautious game where City aims to decelerate the pace and neutralize the influence of the Anfield crowd.

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