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Chelsea is going to host Liverpool at Stamford Bridge, and this is needless to mention that this is about to be a high voltage match between these two teams. Although, Chelsea has a new manager Liverpool is playing with Klopp since a long time now. Klopp knows the Premier League very well, and he will certainly use his strategy to beat Blues at their home ground.

On the other hand, Conte’s men are playing more than an awesome game in this season under this new manager. Considering all the things, Chelsea needs to be ready from the defence line up since Liverpool has been scoring more goals than earlier in this season. However, if you want to watch Chelsea vs Liverpool live streaming and TV info to watch this match on your TV or computer or mobile, head over to this.

Chelsea vs Liverpool Live Streaming, TV Info


Chelsea Team News

Chelsea’s players are getting their forms under the new manager, Antonio Conte. The striker, Costa, is playing awesome, and he scored two goals against Swansea City aka in the last match of Premier League. On the other hand, Hazard has played pretty good football. However, the bad news is all about John Terry since he is out for his ankle injury in the last match against Swansea City. However, Conte has the skipper’s substitute in his team.

Conte may deploy David Luiz in the starting lineup along with Ivanovic, Azpilicueta, and Cahill. Talking about the 4-1-4-1 formation, the midfield will be managed by Kante, Oscar, and Matic. On the other hand, the right wing and left wing will be led by Willian and Hazard respectively. Apart from that, there is Diego Costa, who is an informed player as of now.

Expected Starting Lineup of Chelsea against Liverpool

Courtois; Ivanovic, Cahill, David Luiz, Azpilicueta; Kante; Willian, Oscar, Matic, Hazard; Costa.

Liverpool Team News

Klopp’s men have scored 14 goals in just five matches. There is no doubt that Liverpool is playing much better football, and this can make trouble at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea. Liverpool has an exquisite cooperating between the players, which has been helping Klopp to manage the team better. In the last match against Leicester City, they have displaced former Premier League champions, Leicester City with a score line of 4-1. 2 goals were scored by Firmino and Mane, and Lallana scored one goal each.

Klopp has been using the same formation, which is 4-3-3. That means you can find Firmino, Sturridge, and Mane in the forward lineup. Apart from that, Lallana, Wijnaldum and Henderson will play from the midfield. Talking about the defence, you Liverpool will have Clyne, Matip, Lucas Leiva and Milner. Apparently, Milner will be playing from left back, and the right back will be managed by Clyne.

Expected Starting Lineup of Liverpool against Chelsea

Mignolet; Clyne, Matip, Lucas, Milner; Lallana, Henderson, Wijnaldum; Mane, Sturridge, Firmino.

Chelsea vs Liverpool Live Streaming

There are many ways to watch Chelsea vs Liverpool live streaming online. Some of the best ways are mentioned below.

  • Chelsea TV: This is the official way to watch Chelsea vs Liverpool live streaming. If you have an account on Chelsea’s official website, you can easily watch the Premier League match online. Check this link.
  • StarSports: StarSports is the official channel, which broadcasts the Premier League match.Therefore, you can watch the live streaming of Chelsea vs Liverpool on the official website of StarSports.
  • HotStar: If you are from India, you can also head over to HotStar to watch Chelsea vs Liverpool match online. Find it here.
  • ESPN: ESPN’s live streaming can also help you to watch this match online without any issue. You can check out the ESPN live streaming.

Chelsea is going to host another heavy weight team of Premier League called Liverpool on 17th September at Stamford Bridge. Although Chelsea’s position is much better than Liverpool, there is no guarantee whether they will be able to play smoothly or not since Klopp will be managing Liverpool. Having said that, Liverpool is standing in 6th position next to Manchester United and Spurs, but their current statistics is more than excellent in this season. However, here is the match preview of Chelsea vs Liverpool with injury updates and probable starting lineup.

Chelsea vs Liverpool Match Preview, Injury Updates, and Starting Lineup


Chelsea Team News

Under the management of Antonio Conte, Chelsea is looking much better after a pretty long time, and that is why they have upraised their position to the 2nd following a 2-2 draw against Swansea City at Liberty Stadium. Chelsea’s current statistics seems impressive since they haven’t lost any match in this season. Although they brought against Swansea City, the defeat mark has not been gained by them.

The Spanish striker, Costa is on fire, and his two goals help Blues to get the score levelled at Liberty Stadium. Conte is managing Chelsea tactically, and his style of gameplay seems more than impressive for a team like Chelsea. However, the bad news is the skipper, John Terry, won’t be available against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge because of having an ankle injury. That implies, Ivanovic, Azpilicueta, and Cahill need to manage the defense lineup with another defender.

However, it seems Conte will continue with the 4-1-4-1 formation since that structure is giving him a positive result. Costa is coming back to the position, but Oscar needs to be more careful since he missed some chances in the last match against Swansea City. On the other hand, the Frenchman, Kante, is being utilized by Conte, which will certainly help them to grow.

Probable Starting Lineup of Chelsea

Courtois; Ivanovic, Cahill, David Luiz, Azpilicueta; Kante; Willian, Oscar, Matic, Hazard; Costa.

Liverpool Team News

Former Dortmund coach, Klopp, is managing Liverpool with full pace. Liverpool has scored 14 goals in 5 matches in this season. Although they have lost to Burnley in the second Premier League match, they have successfully dismissed Arsenal as well as former Champions, Leicester City. Liverpool got a beautiful goal in the 13th minute, which helped them to continue with a confidence and ended up with 4-1 score line at the home ground.

Even though Sturridge and Milner played better but Firmiho stole the show at the Anfield, who scored two goals against Foxes. Following that, there is another player of Liverpool called Lallana, who scored a goal in 56th minute. Considering all the things, this is cleared that Klopp is managing Liverpool with a different strategy than earlier, which is helping them, no doubt.

Talking about the formation, Klopp has been deploying 4-3-3 formation for a long time now. Like previous matches, Mane will work on the right wing when Firmiho is managing left wing. The midfield will be managed by Wijnaldum, Henderson, and Lallana.

Probable Starting Lineup of Liverpool

As of now, there are no such injury updates of Liverpool. Therefore, it seems Klopp will use the same starting lineup.

Mignolet; Clyne, Matip, Lucas, Milner; Lallana, Henderson, Wijnaldum; Mane, Sturridge, Firmino.

Chelsea vs Liverpool Match Prediction

This is obviously a high voltage match between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge since there is Chelsea, which has Hazard, Costa, etc. and on the other hand, Klopp’s tactical strategy. Chelsea must have a good defence lineup. Otherwise, the Liverpool will do the same as earlier. Considering all the things, it seems the match will end up at 1-1.

Chelsea vs Liverpool Live Streaming

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Read More: Hull City vs Arsenal Match Preview, Team News and Prediction

The last date of transfer has gone already for Premier League clubs and now they have to go with the current squad at least till January. However, some interesting moves have been done by some Premier League clubs. Few clubs have spent a lot of money whereas some of them have not spent so much in this summer transfer window. Alike previous years, some moves have happened on the last minute in this year as well. Now, check out the summer 2016 transfer by Premier League clubs here. Although, not all the transfers are included here but some of them are enlisted in this following list.

Summer 2016 Transfers by Premier League Clubs

Summer 2016 Transfers by Premier League Clubs

Arsenal Transfer Updates

This year, Arsenal have bought six new players from different clubs. On the other hand, they have released almost fourteen players either on loan or completely.


  • Granit Xhaka: Although, the official site says the deal has been done for an undisclosed price but according to some sources, Arsenal have bought this Borussia Monchengladbach player for £33million.
  • Takuma Asano: Again an undisclosed price tag is labeled on Takuma Asano. He came to Arsenal from Hiroshima Sanfrecce.
  • Rob Holding: Bolton Wanderers’ defender Rob Holding has agreed to sign on a deal with Arsenal for an undisclosed price.
  • Kelechi Nwakali: Yet another incomplete story as the price is still not disclosed. However, Arsenal signed Kelechi Nwakali from Diamond Football Academy.
  • Lucas Perez: This 27 years old forward has been signed by Arsenal for £17.1m (not official) from Deportivo La Coruna.
  • Shkodran Mustafi: After so many rumors, finally Arsenal signed Shkodran Mustafi from Valencia for £35m, according to BBC.


  • Mikel Arteta (released)
  • Tomas Rosicky (released)
  • Mathieu Flamini (released)
  • Isaac Hayden (Newcastle United) Undisclosed
  • Dan Crowley (Oxford United) Loan
  • Jon Toral (Loan) Granada
  • Wellington Silva (Fluminense) Undisclosed
  • Wojciech Szczesny (Roma) Loan
  • Joel Campbell (Sporting) Loan
  • Takuma Asano (VfB Stuttgart) Loan
  • Calum Chambers (Arsenal) Loan
  • Serge Gnabry (Werder Bremen) Undisclosed
  • Glen Kamara (Colchester United) Loan
  • Jack Wilshere (AFC Bournemouth) Loan

Chelsea Transfer Updates

Chelsea has signed a new manager, Antonio Conte, along with some new players. Do check out the list here.


  • Michy Batshuayi: This 22 years old Belgian striker has been signed by Chelsea for an undisclosed price.
  • N’Golo Kante: The Premier League 2015-16 title winners have released their French midfielder, N’Golo Kante to Chelsea for £32m.
  • Eduardo: The 33-year old Portuguese goalkeeper has joined Chelsea for an undisclosed price.
  • Marcos Alonso: Chelsea bought this Spanish left back from Fiorentina for another undisclosed price. According to some sources, this deal has been done with a fee of £24m.
  • David Luiz: After two years, this PSG defender has returned to Chelsea for £34m.


  • Lewis Baker (Vitesse Arnhem) Loan
  • Nathan Ake (AFC Bournemouth) Loan
  • Jeremie Boga (Granada) Loan
  • Tomas Kalas (Fulham) Loan
  • Kasey Palmer (Huddersfield Town) Loan
  • Alex Kiwomya (Crewe Alexandra)
  • Mohamed Salah (Roma) Undisclosed
  • Tammy Abraham (Bristol City) Loan
  • Bertrand Traore (Ajax) Loan
  • Danilo Pantic (Excelsior) Loan
  • Izzy Brown (Rotherham United) Loan
  • Jamal Blackman (Wycombe Wanderers) Loan
  • Alex Davey (Crawley Town) Loan
  • Jordan Houghton (Doncaster Rovers) Loan
  • Partrick Bamford (Burnley) Loan
  • Loic Remy (Crystal Palace) Loan
  • Kenedy (Watford) Loan
  • Dion Conroy (Aldershot Town) Loan
  • Nathan Baxter (Met Police) Loan
  • Cristian Cuevas (Sint-Truidense) Loan
  • Juan Cuadrado (Juventus) Loan
  • Jake Clarke-Salter (Bristol Rovers) Loan
  • Charlie Colkett (Bristol Rovers) Loan
  • Lucas Piazon (Fulham) Loan
  • Christian Atsu (Newcastle United) Loan

Leicester City Transfer Updates

The current title holders have started this campaign with a defeat against Hull City. However, they have made few changes in the squad and here is all the latest done deals of Leicester City.


  • Ron-Robert Zieler (Hannover 96) Undisclosed
  • Luis Hernandez (Sporting Gijon) Free
  • Raul Uche Rubio (Rayo Vallecano) Undisclosed
  • Nampalys Mendy (Nice) Undisclosed
  • Ahmed Musa (CSKA Moscow) Undisclosed
  • Bartosz Kapustka (KS Cracovia) Undisclosed
  • Islam Sliman (Sporting) Undisclosed


  • Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim) Undisclosed
  • Mark Schwarzer (released)
  • Paul Konchesky (released)
  • Ryan Watson (released)
  • Dean Hammond (released)
  • Harry Panayiotou (released)
  • Liam Moore (Reading) Undisclosed
  • N’Golo Kante (Chelsea) Undisclosed
  • Joe Dodoo (Rangers) Undisclosed
  • Michael Cain (Blackpool) Loan
  • Hamza Choudhury (Burton Albion) Loan
  • Ritchie De Laet (Aston Villa) Undisclosed
  • Tom Lawrence (Ipswich Town) Loan
  • Gokhan Inler (Besiktas) Undisclosed

Liverpool Transfer Updates

The former Borussia Dortmund coach has got six new players in this transfer window. Here is the complete list.


  • Joel Matip (Schalke) Free
  • Loris Karius (FSV Mainz 05)
  • Sadio Mane (Southampton) Undisclosed
  • Ragnar Klavan (Augsburg) Undisclosed
  • Alex Manninger (Augsburg) Free
  • Georginio Wijnaldum (Newcastle) Undisclosed


  • Joao Carlos Teixeira (Porto) Free
  • Jerome Sinclair (Watford) Undisclosed
  • Kolo Toure (released)
  • Lawrence Vigouroux (Swindon Town) Undisclosed
  • Jordan Rossiter (Rangers) Free
  • Danny Ward (Huddersfield Town) Loan
  • Jose Enrique (released)
  • Samed Yesil (released)
  • Sergi Canos (Norwich City) Undisclosed
  • Martin Skrtel (Fenerbahce) Undisclosed
  • Jordon Ibe (AFC Bournemouth)
  • Adam Bogdan (Wigan Athletic) Loan
  • Joe Allen (Stoke City) Up to £13m
  • Brad Smith (AFC Bournemouth) Undisclosed
  • Jon Flanagan (Burnley) Loan
  • Lloyd Jones (Swindon Town) Loan
  • Christian Benteke (Crystal Palace) Undisclosed
  • Luis Alberto (Lazio) Undisclosed
  • Mario Balotelli (Nice)
  • Lazar Markovic (Sporting) Loan

Manchester City Transfer Updates

Like Chelsea, Manchester City got a new coach, who is none other than Pep Guardiola.


  • Ilkay Gundogan (Borussia Dortmund) Undisclosed
  • Nolito (Celta Vigo) Undisclosed
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko (FC Ufa) Undisclosed
  • Aaron Mooy (Melbourne City) Undisclosed
  • Leroy Sane (Schalke 04) Undisclosed
  • Gabriel Jesus* (Palmeiras) Undisclosed
  • Marlos Moreno (Atletico Nacional) Undisclosed
  • John Stones (Everton) Undisclosed
  • Claudio Bravo (Barcelona) Undisclosed


  • Martin Demichelis (released)
  • Seko Fofana (Udinese) Undisclosed
  • Aaron Mooy (Huddersfield Town) Loan
  • Marlos Moreno (Deportivo La Coruna) Loan
  • Bersant Celina (FC Twente) Loan
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko (PSV Eindhoven) Loan
  • Joe Hart (Torino) Loan
  • Wilfried Bony (Stoke City) Loan
  • Samir Nasri (Sevilla) Loan
  • Eliaquim Mangala (Valencia) Loan
  • Jason Denayer (Sunderland) Loan

Manchester United Transfer Updates

This year, Manchester United have bought several known players along with the former Chelsea coach, Jose Mourinho.


  • Eric Bailly (Villarreal) Undisclosed
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic (PSG) Free
  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Borussia Dortmund) Undisclosed
  • Paul Pogba (Juventus) Undisclosed


  • Tyler Reid (Swansea City) Undisclosed
  • Victor Valdes (Middlesbrough) Free
  • Jimmy Dunne (Burnley) Free
  • Nick Powell (Wigan Athletic) Free
  • Joe Rothwell (Oxford United) Undisclosed
  • Ashley Fletcher (West Ham United)
  • Guillermo Varela (Eintracht Frankfurt) Loan
  • Paddy McNair (Manchester United)*Combined £5.5m
  • Donald Love (Manchester United)*Combined £5.5m
  • Adnan Januzaj (Sunderland) Loan
  • Cameron Borthwick-Jackson (Wolverhampton Wanderers) Loan
  • Tyler Blackett (Reading) Undisclosed
  • Will Keane (Hull City) Undisclosed
  • James Weir (Hull City) Undisclosed
  • Joel Pereira (Belenenses) Loan

Other clubs also have bought several new players and got some on loan. More other news related to new players will be published soon.

Liverpool Vs Manchester City: The 6th placed Reds face Manchester City who are 4th in the EPL table on 3rd March 2016 (IST).

The English giants face each other second time in just 4 days, but this time, they are locking horns in the Premier League. Manchester City tasted the last blood as they beaten their local rivals in the Capital One Cup Finals on penalties. Jurgen Klopp’s men had a better game but their lack of accuracy in the final third cost them the game.

The German is entering the game with new hopes of beating the Citizens this time and a victory is a must needed one for the Reds to keep their chances of a Champions League spot alive. For City, the game can turn out to be a title decider as they aim to shorten the point gap to League Leaders Leicester City.

Liverpool Vs Manchester City Match Preview: 3/3/2016 Premier League

The Reds were enjoying a fine run of form since Jurgen Klopp took over and are unbeaten in their last five games except the penalty defeat to Manchester City in the Capital One Cup final. On the contrary, Manchester City have lost three out of their last five games in all competitions. City have gained some confidence back after the Capital One Cup victory and manager Manuel Pellegrini wished to sign off with the English Premier League title.

Liverpool Squad News

Liverpool have no fresh injury concerns, but defender martin Skrtel is not yer ready to start for the Reds. Adam Lallana played an hour against City in the last game and is ready to start the game. Dejan Lovren is not yet 100% fit, but Mamadou Sakho’s head injury may sideline him and Lovren may get his start.


Daniel Sturridge enjoyed a good game and is returning to his potential best after spending most of this season on the sidelines due to injuries. Roberto Firminho, Philippe Coutinho are a threat to Reds’ opponents and the presence of James Milner in the middle provides experience and versatility.

Liverpool’s expected Starting XI for Liverpool Vs Manchester City

Simon Mignolet, Nathanial Clyne, Kolo Toure, Dejan Lovren, Alberto Moreno, Lucas Leiva, Jordan Henderson, Philipe Coutinho, Roberto Firminho, Daniel Sturridge, Christian Benteke.

Manchester City Squad News

Joe Hart is expected to return to the starting XI after missing out the cup final last on Sunday. The major problem for Manchester City this season is injuries to key players. Kevin de Bryune, Samir Nasri are out of the squad, David Silva  have sustained a small injury in his last game which may sideline him. Yaya Toure will also not start the game probably as he limped off the field in the Capital One Cup final and did not strain himself much while the team was celebrating the victory.


City’s title hopes are on ropes after their struggles in the last months, but the Capital One Cup victory gave them a new confidence. Manuel Pellegrini is hopeful that his team can win the League title this season amid not being one of the favorites to clinch the title. Leicester City and Tottenham are the top 2 favorites to win EPL this season, but Pellegrini is hopeful that his team can upset the top 2 and win the league.

Manchester City’s expected Starting XI for Liverpool Vs Manchester City

Joe Hart, Bacary Sagna, Vincent Kompany, Nicolas Otamendi, Clichy, Fernando, Yaya Toure, Fernandinho, Jesus Navas, Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero.

Liverpool Vs Manchester City Match Prediction

The visitors will find it difficult to break Liverpool if David Silva misses out from the start. Raheem Sterling’s finishing ability is a big concern for City against Liverpool in the last game, but the English youngster is always a threat up front. Liverpool have to rely on Roberto Firminho and Daniel Sturridge to provide the goals and they will definitely miss Martin Skrtel to keep Sergio Aguero shut.

Though City won the Capital One Cup final, they did not create much threat to Liverpool in the game and relied mostly on counters. In short, the team who play more CLINICAL football will have the upper hand.

Liverpool Vs Manchester City Live Streaming

Mobile users can use the official Star live stream application to enjoy the game and Hotstar can also be used if you prefer low quality and less data consumption.

For PC users, the is the best source to watch the game live but it will have a time lag upto 10 minutes maximum. Other sites who provide live streaming are Sky Sports,, Some of the sites may require authorised registration to avail the live stream.

Finally, Capital One cup is about to end with a heavy weight match between Liverpool vs Manchester City at Wembly stadium. The London and the whole world will be watching Capital One Cup final between Liverpool and Manchester City from 10PM (IST). This is the 12th time, when Liverpool is going to play Capital One Cup final, when this is 4th time, when Manchester City will take on Liverpool. Both of the teams are playing good in Premier League and other tournaments. However, this is not completely different as two Premier League clubs are going to play the Capital One Cup final. Let’s check where to watch Liverpool vs Manchester City live stream free of Capital One Cup final.

Liverpool vs Manchester City Live Stream Free Capital One Cup Final

Liverpool vs Manchester City Live Stream Free Capital One Cup Final

If you are a Liverpool or Manchester City supporter, you can watch Liverpool vs Manchester City free live stream on Beln Sports, which is probably the most trustworthy and free option to opt for in order to watch Capital One Cup final.

On the other hand, Ronaldo7 will stream Liverpool vs Manchester City match right before 15 minutes.

Stream2UTV is yet another website where you can Liverpool vs Manchester City live scores, live commentary and check live updates.

Liverpool Squad News

Under the new coach, Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool is playing brutally. From 16th position, Liverpool are currently standing on 9th position, which is certainly an improvement. The new coach has successful revamped the team from A to Z and that yields such a good result. Their attacking lineup is quite good, which is being developed by Firmino, Benteke, Sturridge, Milner, Coutinho etc. Liverpool are having a good co-ordination between each other, which is really helpful when playing against a heavy weight team like Manchester City. This is a goalden chance for Klopp to stand out from the crowd as when he took charge of Liverpool, they were in a critical position. However, he has rebuilt the team and now his team is going to play Capital One Cup final against Manchester City.

Starting Lineup of Liverpool in Capital One Cup Final

Simon Mignolet, Nathanial Clyne, Kolo Toure, Mamadou Sakho, Alberto Moreno, Lucas Leiva, Jordan Henderson, Philipe Coutinho, Roberto Firminho, Daniel Sturridge, Christian Benteke.

Manchester City Squad News

Manchester City are playing awesome as they are standing on 4th position in English premier League with a difference with only 4 points with Arsenal, their nearest competitor. Pelligrini’s men know how to score under pressure and that is why they have such a beautiful position right now. Manchester City’s attacking line up and midfield are very strong. Although, they had some injuries, but right now, the squad is ready for Liverpool clash. The attacking line up is pretty good, which includes the Argentinean (Aguero), Sterling, Navas, Silva etc. Although, none of them are one of the top 5 goal scorers in EPL, but they have scored a lot of time and that is a crucial point for this match. The overall performance of Manchester City is up to the mark and there is no doubt of it.

Starting Lineup of Manchester City in Capital One Cup Final

Willy Caballero, Bacary Sagna, Vincent Kompany, Nicolas Otamendi, Elliaquem Mangala, Fernando, Yaya Toure, David Silva, Jesus Navas, Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero.

Wrap Up

Nothing can be said about this match and as both of teams are winning consistently. However, Manchester City are playing quite better than Liverpool. Although, Liverpool are having a good lineup but, City’s attack is pretty different. Their attack from wings has become a trademark now. However, it seems the match will end up in favor of Manchester City.

One of the biggest derby rivalries in world football is about to turn even hotter this Sunday as the Merseysiders Liverpool face Manchester City for the Capital One Cup Final at the prestigious Wembley Stadium. Liverpool aim for their first Title win under new manager Jurgen Klopp while City are battling to reclaim the title that they last won in 2014.

Liverpool Vs Manchester City – Capital One Cup Final; Match Preview

Liverpool enter the Capital One Cup final for a record 12th time who have won 8 times before. This is Manchester City’s fourth Capital One Cup final appearance who have won the cup on three occasions before. Liverpool last won the competition in 2012 against Cardiff City and City’s last cup win was against Sunderland in 2014.

In this year’s tournament, Liverpool battled hard ti reach the finals while City made easy work against their opponents to reach the last stage. Liverpool needed a nail-biting penalty shoot-out against Carlisle whereas City won Everton by 4-3 in semi-final over two legs.

Current Form and Performances of Liverpool


Cup competitions are the best probable titles for Jurgen Klopp this year as his team is currently in the 6th position in English Premier League with only a Top 4 finish is possible. In the Europa League, Liverpool have to play Manchester United in the next round against whom the Reds lost twice this season. So, the Capital One Cup is the first of the TWO best options available for Liverpool. Under Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool are playing better but they form is inconsistent and they lose games in regular intervals to make things bad. Still a win is possible aginst City, but the Reds will need their defense to play a tight game.

Injury News

Adam Lallana, Joe Allen, Martin Skrtel are all returned to training, but they are not 100% fit and may not feature in the game against City. Dejan Lovren is also a doubt who was an unused substitute in Liverpool’s last game.

Predicted XI

Simon Mignolet, Nathanial Clyne, Kolo Toure, Mamadou Sakho, Alberto Moreno, Lucas Leiva, Jordan Henderson, Philipe Coutinho, Roberto Firminho, Daniel Sturridge, Christian Benteke.

Current Form and Performances of Manchester City


The Citizens made an impressive win against Dynamo Kiev in their first leg of Round of 16 in the Champions League. Manager Manuel Pellegrini is leaving the club at the end of the season and he will surely want to say ‘Bye’ with a title. Star forward Sergio Aguero is in fine form who notched the winning goals for City in the Champions League will play a major role along with creative midfielder David Silva.

Injury News

Joe Hart will not start the game according to club manager who will also miss Fabian Delph, Kevin de Bryune and Samir Nasri.

Predicted XI

Willy Caballero, Bacary Sagna, Vincent Kompany, Nicolas Otamendi, Elliaquem Mangala, Fernando, Yaya Toure, David Silva, Jesus Navas, Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero.

Key Players


Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firminho

The Brazilians movements will be the key for Liverpool against Manchester City and the tie will be decided by how clinical Daniel Sturridge is in front of the goal.

Manchester City

Sergio Aguero and David Silva

Aguero and Silva are the backbones of City’s attacking unit and Pellegrini will expect his best players in their best form to lend him a dramatic send-off.

Match Details:

Teams: Liverpool v Manchester City
Date: Sunday 28th February 2016
Kick-off: 4:30 pm(Local Time)
Venue: Wembley Stadium


Match Officials:

Referee: Michael Oliver
Assistant Referees: Simon Bennett and Adrian Holmes
Fourth Official: Bobby Madley
Reserve Assistant Referee: Eddie Smart 

Match Prediction

Though City have the better squad, the game will be dominated by Jurgen Klopp and his men. A clean sheet for either team is impossible and we can expect some individual heroics from both the sides especially from Coutinho or Aguero.

Jurgen Klopp has not forgot Bundesliga and here is the proof. The Bundesliga club Schalke’scentral defender Joel Matip is about to sign on a deal with the Premier League club, Liverpool FC. This is not a rumour as Schalke has already confirmed this deal on Twitter and on official website with a statement that, the central defender is not willing to renew the deal with Schalke and is willing to join Anfield at the end of this season.

Joel Matip Confirms Liverpool Signing at the End of This Season

The Chief executive has told that,

We have since May last year had many intensive discussions, both with Joel and his advisor. It was soon clear that factors would be decisive for Joel’s decision that we ultimately could not influence.

On the other hand, Schalke have told that,

Joel Matip has agreed to join Liverpool at the end of the season, and will not extend his contract at Schalke. The central defender will sign a new deal at the Premier League club.

He has been playing in Bundesliga since 2009 and he has a good carrier at Schalke. Therefore, the new Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, is willing to bring this player at Liverpool.

On the same transfer news, Matip has said that,

I have always said I would say goodbye to Schalke for only one reason: to get acquainted with something completely new. Therefore, a change within the Bundesliga never came into consideration for me. Although my decision is definitely not easy, I am convinced that now is the right time to take this step. Schalke will remain a big family for me. I was always proud to play for this great club and I will do everything possible in the coming months to get the most out of this season. I owe the fans and the team.

Although, the joining price is still not disclosed but it is going to be a free transfer from his current club.

Dear Liverpool supporters,

It has been a tumultuous week. On behalf of everyone at Fenway Sports Group and Liverpool Football Club we would like to apologise for the distress caused by our ticket pricing plan for the 2016-17 season. The three of us have been particularly troubled by the perception that we don’t care about our supporters, that we are greedy, and that we are attempting to extract personal profits at the club’s expense. Quite the opposite is true.

From our first days as owners we have understood that serving as custodians of this incredible institution is a distinct privilege and as such, we have been driven solely by the desire to return LFC to the pinnacle of football. In the world of modern football, growing the club in a sustainable way is essential to realising this objective.

To that end, we have never taken a single penny out of the football club. Instead we have injected vast sums of our own money to improve the playing squad and modernize LFC’s infrastructure-exemplified by the £120m advance from FSG to build the new Main Stand. This massive undertaking was made in order to provide more supporters access to Anfield and also to produce additional revenue to help us compete financially with clubs that have greater resources. When it opens in August this year the stand will accomplish those goals thereby fulfilling a promise we made upon acquiring LFC in 2010.

We were strongly engaged in the process to develop the ticketing plan for 2016-17. We met directly with representatives of LFC’s Supporters’ Committee and along with LFC management, wholeheartedly agreed with major concerns raised, notably: access for local and young supporters; engagement and access to Anfield for local children; access to Premier League matches for those in Liverpool most challenged by affordability.

Liverpool fans protests for ticket price hike

We believe the plan successfully addressed these concerns and are disappointed that these elements have been either lost or, worse, characterised as cynical attempts to mask profiteering in the plan as a whole. Rather, we prefer to look at them as the parts of the ticketing plan we got right. On the other hand, part of the ticketing plan we got wrong.

In addition to the other elements of the plan we proposed price increases on a number of tickets. These pricing actions generated growth in General Admission ticketing revenue on a like for like basis exclusive of revenue from newly added GA seats.

We believed by delivering a vastly improved seat offering in what will be the newest stand in English football, concentrating the price increases on those tickets typically purchased by fans least sensitive to affordability, and for LFC to begin repaying the £120m advance from FSG for the new Main Stand that these increases were supportable even in the context of growth in revenues from the new Premier League TV deal. However, the widespread opposition to this element of the plan has made it clear that we were mistaken.

A great many of you have objected strongly to the £77 price level of our most expensive GA seats and expressed a clear expectation that the club should forego any increased revenue from raising prices on GA tickets in the current environment. Message received.

After an intense period of consultation with LFC management we have decided to make major revisions to our ticketing structure for 2016-17:

Removal of game categorisation – regardless of the opposition fans will pay the same price for matchday tickets.

The pricing of tickets will be readjusted to result in zero revenue growth from GA ticketing on a like for like basis.

Though individual ticket prices may move marginally from this season, we are freezing our 2016-17 GA ticket revenue at the 2015-16 level exclusive of newly added seats in the new Main Stand.

The price of our highest General Admission ticket will be frozen at the 2015-16 level – £59.

The price of our highest Season Ticket will be frozen at the 2015-16 level – £869. The lowest price reducing a further £25 from the 2015–16 level to £685, as well as all other tiers being frozen or reduced.

£9 GA seats will be offered for each and every Premier League match, an allocation of more than 10,000 tickets across the season. We would hasten to add that the other initiatives announced last week in the 2016-17 plan will remain.

17-21 young adult concession – 20,000 tickets across the Premier League season available at a 50% reduction for young people.

1,000 tickets to Premier League matches across the season will be given away free of charge to Liverpool school children based on merit, as recommended by their teachers.

As a sign of our commitment to this improved ticketing structure, we are further announcing that this plan shall be in effect for both the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons. For the next two seasons, LFC will not earn a single additional pound from increasing General Admission ticket prices. We believe we have demonstrated a willingness to listen carefully, reconsider our position, and act decisively. The unique and sacred relationship between Liverpool Football Club and its supporters has always been foremost in our minds. It represents the heartbeat of this extraordinary football club.

More than any other factor by far, that bond is what drives us to work tirelessly on behalf of the club and its future. We have great conviction in our world class manager and our young, talented squad and know that in time the on-pitch success we all crave will be realised.

We look forward to sharing in that success with you.

John W Henry, Tom Werner, Mike Gordon

The new coach of Liverpool has eventually spoken a little something about the match ticket price issue. Liverpool has evolved the ticket price structure, what has produced complications amongst Liverpool fans. The utmost ticket price would be £77 that is certainly not liked by a large number of fans. Consequently, they walked out from the stadium on 77th minute during the Liverpool vs Sunderland match which ended up with 2-2 draw.

Liverpool were dominating the match through the first minute, but they conceded two goals after the walk out of supporters. In accordance with the coach, Jurgen Klopp, this is a big issue and in line with the supporters, football without fans is nothing.

Jurgen Klopp Liverpool

Even though, Klopp was not there in the stadium due to an appendix surgery, but he knows almost everything relating to this problem. On this matter, he has said that,

It is not too easy for me to say too much about it. I heard about this problem but I’ve had a lot of things to do in the last few weeks, but now I know it is my problem too, of course.

But everything I could say about this now would make it more complicated because first of all I have to collect a few bits of information.

What I know is everyone in the club has a big interest in finding a solution for this. It is not what we want, we don’t want the people leaving the stadium before the game is finished. That is all I can say about this, but of course when I heard it (the walkout) I was disappointed.

On the other hand, they have also cancelled a Q&A session with Ian Ayre, the Chief Executive. According to the club authority,

LFC thanks fans for submitting questions for tonight’s Q&A however due to ongoing ticketing discussions, this will no longer take place.

Now, it has become a big issue for Liverpool as they have quite good fan base. At the same time, they are quite right as supporters play a vital role in every football match and they have seen that effect during the Sunderland match.



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