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Guardiola confirms surprise early return plans for Jesus

Guardiola confirms surprise early return plans for Jesus

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola admitted he's having to rest Sergio Aguero due to Gabriel Jesus' injury, as he reiterated his desire to recruit more attacking talent.

The Germany global has revealed that he has turned down the chance to work with current Liverpool manager Klopp twice.

Undefeated Premier League leaders City head to Merseyside with a handsome 15-point advantage over Manchester United at the summit but history - along with Liverpool's own impressive run of 17 games unbeaten in all competitions - suggests they are in for a rough ride on Merseyside.

We all know how they played against Chelsea, they just bossed the game.

City's Argentine star has scored four goals in his last three games, and after enjoying a dream debut for the Reds, van Dijk will have his hands full keeping Aguero at bay.

"We are all a little bit more experienced in this period of the season", Klopp told Liverpool's official website ahead of tomorrow's visit of City to Anfield.

Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah is set to return from injury and he and Sadio Mane are likely to play either side of striker Roberto Firmino.

[Alex] Oxlade-Chamberlain is there, [Adam] Lallana is back, but obviously you are going to miss Coutinho. You have to move on though and Liverpool will always be Liverpool.

The Egyptian, who trails only Harry Kane in the leading scorer charts, had been a doubt for the game after missing Liverpool's last two matches because of a groin problem.

Liverpool are also unbeaten at home this season, where they have conceded just four goals - the fewest in the top flight.

A Liverpool upset over Manchester City could give the other teams in the Top 5 a chance to put a dent in City's seemingly insurmountable lead for this year's championship. "I'm 100 per cent confident", he said. "They play really good and if you don't respect that, you have a problem", said Klopp. Klopp sees him as the high-pressing, ball-recycling lynch pin to a successful midfield.

Klopp praised new signing Virgil van Dijk for his impressive debut where he scored the victor against Everton in the FA Cup. That's all we need. Sometimes you get an opportunity to put things right.


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