Liverpool vs Manchester City: Start time, team news and how to watch on TV and live stream
Posted by  badge Boss on Oct 15
Liverpool and Manchester City square off on Sunday

host in the on Sunday in the between the two north west superpowers.

Liverpool and City have set the standards in English football over recent weeks but the Reds will start the match as underdogs following a .

’s men have only managed to muster two wins from eight league games this season leaving the team languishing in tenth position in the table.

Manchester City and have had no such struggles this season and their impressive performances and results have them hot on the heels of leaders .

Liverpool will be buoyed by a in midweek whilst City will want a swift response from their chaotic draw in Copenhagen on Tuesday.

Here is your full brief ahead of the blockbuster showdown.

When does Liverpool vs Manchester City start?

Liverpool vs will take place on Sunday, October 16.

Kick-off at Anfield will be at 4.30pm.

Liverpool have struggled in the league this season (Picture: Andrew Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

What TV channel is Liverpool vs Manchester City on?

The game will be shown live on Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

Coverage of the match will begin on both channels from 4pm.

Sky customers can stream the match live on the Sky Sports website and on the Sky Go app.

Sky Q and Sky+ customers can add Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football to their existing deals for an .

Live radio commentary of the game will be on BBC Radio 5 Live.

City are looking well-placed to compete for their third consecutive league title (Picture: Visionhaus/Getty Images)

What is the team news?

Liverpool will be without Trent Alexander-Arnold who is expected to be out for another week or two following his twisted ankle sustained at Arsenal last week.

Luis Diaz who will be  with a knee injury picked up in the 3-2 defeat at The Emirates, while summer signing Arthur Melo will be missing for up to four months after undergoing surgery.

Curtis Jones and Andy Robertson are closing in on a return, while Joel Matip is not thought to be out of action for too much longer.

City will once again be without Kyle Walker who faces a to make the .

John Stones is not yet back in training following the hamstring injury sustained on international duty with England.

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