THE biggest game of the Premier League this weekend is without question the clash at the Etihad between Manchester City and Liverpool.
This, like a lot of games in the top flight at the weekend, looks a very tough one to find a winner of, but the bookies have spoken and they make Man City their 2.00 favourite which is available at William Hill which does look very short to me. Pep Guardiola has to motivate his side very quickly after the bitter disappointment of their 3-1 Champions League exit at Monaco and with them having to win every single game to stand any chance of catching Chelsea at the top of the table, this match may have come a little too soon for his side.
Liverpool are 3.80 for the victory with Bet365 and after a recent blip of form Jurgen Klopp's side are starting to play with the same swagger that they had at the start of the season and that price really is tempting me.
Last week's 2-1 win at home to Burnley was the first time in 2017 that the Reds' have had back-to-back wins and they will fancy their chances of getting something from this one.
No side in the top six have a better record against teams in and around them than Liverpool and they won't be daunted by the challenge ahead and with a 4-1 win in this fixture last season and a 1-0 home at Anfield earlier in the campaign I fancy them to get a result again.
Liverpool have not lost against City in their last five meetings and with City's morale on the floor this looks a perfect time to face them and I really like Liverpool at 1.87 on the double chance market with Coral.
This week's set of fixtures look good for goals backers and over 2.5 plays and both teams to score punters should be sticking this one in on their weekend accumulator.
The last four years in this fixture both over 2.5 goals and BTTS "yes" has come in as a winner on every occasion and that's also been the case in the last three Liverpool matches and goals are the way to profit yet again at the general 1.62 and 1.57 among Green Listed Bookmakers.