Wolves v Liverpool: Reds a strong bet to repeat recent Molineux win

Wolves v Liverpool: Reds a strong bet to repeat recent Molineux win

Wolves v Liverpool: Reds a strong bet to repeat recent Molineux win

"I'm just happy it didn't go over the line!"

Manchester City's official Twitter account tweeted a video of Stones, accompanied by backroom staff, watching the moment back.

Tottenham's back-up options are arguably the most limited but City's recent three defeats came when they failed to cope without key starters such as Fernandinho, David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne.

There is a word of caution however, and that is that Liverpool had lost four times this season prior to the Man City defeat, and all four of those losses were in cup action, three of them away from home. For example, Liverpool are out [of the EFL Cup] and have more time to prepare the Premier League.

"Klopp has turned Liverpool into an absolute fighting machine - both attacking and defending", he told the Daily Mirror.

Klopp and his players would say all the right things, of course, about the title race not being over and plenty of points still to play for, but that would have been fooling no one. "We can use that to our advantage and we'll look forward to the games ahead now".

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"We have to think about the whole situation, not being like children and jumping always from one problem to the next problem - we have to consider all and that's what we will do". They won and we are very disappointed but we will focus on recovering and making sure we are ready for the next game.

"I really like Vincent Kompany but how on Earth is that not a red card?"

The Brazilian said: "Not at all - we have a point to prove every game".

It was really important to win a game at home against Liverpool.

"We know it will be a tough match because it's hard to play against this team on this small pitch and they also play rugby on this pitch". Manchester City then tried to clear the ball, but goalkeeper Ederson Moraes dived and blocked it back toward his own net.

"There are lots of aspects of the game but ultimately what we saw was two wonderfully gifted teams going head to head", he added. But four points can be closed quickly and Liverpool know they will have to fight all the way if they are to win the title. Ole Gunnar Solksjaer became just the second United manager after the legendary Sir Matt Busby (1946) to win his first four league games in charge of the Red Devils when his side won at St James's Park midweek.

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