Liverpool Man City Live Stream

Liverpool Man City live streams At Anfield
Watch v live online Kick-off is CET ( GMT) on Wednesday, 18/01/2017


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Liverpool v Man City starting line-ups

  • Liverpool players (from): Manninger, Firmino, Milner, Ilori, Coutinho, Sturridge, Clyne, Lallana, Stewart, Mane, Ings, Moreno, Klavan, Wijnaldum, Ojo, Can, Matip, Henderson, Mignolet, Lovren, Grujic, Gomez, Karius, Sakho, Leiva, Origi, Randall
  • Man City team (from): Navas, Fernandinho, Otamendi, Delph, Nolito, Stones, Silva, Fernando, Sterling, Aguero, Kompany, Caballero, Bruyne, Sane, Zabaleta, Gundogan, Clichy, Toure, Bravo, Sagna, Iheanacho, Kolarov

The Premier League Table

England1Chelsea2152
England2Tottenham2145
England3Liverpool2145
England4Arsenal2144
England5Man City2142
England6Man Utd2140
England7Everton2133
England8West Brom2129
England9Stoke City2127
England10Burnley2126
England11Bournemouth2125
England12West Ham2125
England13Southampton2124
England14Watford2123
England15Leicester City2121
England16Middlesbrough2120
England17Crystal Palace2116
England18Hull City2116
England19Sunderland2115
England20Swansea City2115

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