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Ederson ruled out of Manchester City's crunch Premier League showdown with Liverpool

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Ederson out of Liverpool vs Manchester City with injury

"I love it", said Guardiola. If they are to inflict Liverpool's first defeat in 29 league games, particularly with Claudio Bravo in for Ederson and question marks lingering over David Silva and Rodri, they will need to put their best foot forward.

Ederson, who leads the Premier League with five clean sheets this season, was forced off at halftime in Wednesday's 1-1 Champions League draw at Atalanta and the Brazilian was seen walking with a limp after the game.

England worldwide Oxlade-Chamberlain's victor comes after his brace in the 4-1 win in Belgium the last time out and an impressive performance as Klopp left out Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane ahead of the weekend's match with Premier League title rivals Manchester City. We have another top keeper.

"Claudio Bravo can do it too. I've never gone into a game feeling like an outsider and feeling like I'm not going to win", he said. I would not like to be a player if my manager doubts me.

"I could see the good side of the injury. prepare myself better for the whole season because I had four weeks off just treating the calf". We are going to try to follow the plan in this game. The red card the other day was because we lost the ball.

"He has had a long career at the top, won the Copa America". Professionals want t play in front of 50, 60, 70, 80 thousand people and it makes it worthwhile. This match was set to be No. 1 against No. 2, but Leicester City's win over Arsenal on Saturday puts them in second, while Chelsea's victory over Crystal Palace has them in third for the time being. "We know it's a big game - Liverpool are ahead, and we have to go back, recover and be ready for next Sunday".

City have won just once at Anfield in the Premier League era, but De Bruyne insists top players enjoy the test of the big occasion.

"When you see the statistics, I don't believe much in these sorts of things, but 38 years for one (win), it shows how hard it is at Anfield".

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