05 May, 2019
"My relationship with the city of Liverpool, the club and the fans is there".
"If I was playing now I'd much rather play for a Liverpool style and watch a Liverpool play than I would Man City".
"I think they'll win, the other night they just came up against an extraordinary club".
Liverpool can return to the top of the table if they beat Newcastle United on Saturday but will only be in pole position to clinch the league title on May 12 if Rodgers' Leicester can claim a point or better at the Etihad Stadium.
During his pre-match press conference ahead of the Huddersfield Town, Solskjaer reiterated that David De Gea will continue in goal for Manchester United.
Man City meanwhile has had the benefit of a clear week in building up to each of their two matches, at home to Leicester City this coming Monday and away at Brighton the following Sunday. I'm really impressed, the last games, with what I saw about what they do, the quality they have.
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The Carolina Hurricanes are averaging 2.8 goals per game and are scoring on 12.5 percent of their power play opportunities. Now the team has two chances to clinch the series. "We're going to be desperate", Hurricanes center Jordan Staal said.
Guardiola expects a strong challenge from the Foxes, dismissing suggestions they have little to play for. "The Leicester players will not come here for their holidays".
Forget about the result, this is going to be a mouth-watering tie between two teams whom this game is very, very, very important for.
That run has kept Monday's visitors, fresh from a 3-0 win over Arsenal last weekend, in with an outside chance of finishing seventh, which could be enough to qualify for next season's Europa League.
Wor flags hope today's display will help create an atmosphere akin to the scenes when we hosted Tottenham Hotspur three years ago (as pictured above) and convinced Benitez to stay on Tyneside following our relegation to the second-tier.
"I can not imagine going to a former club and not wanting to win, even if I do not have to win". They're not used to having the ball but Brendan Rodgers has got them looking like a real good team.