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Manchester City will be looking to heap more pressure on Rafa Benitez when they take on Liverpool in one of their most important games this season on Saturday. Catch all the live Premiership action from that game by signing up with us here on Live Sport Network.
The Citizens are without a win in their last five matches but a good start to the season has seen the club remain within touching distance of the all important fourth place in the league table. While City are one of the favorites to secure a Champions League place next season, manager Mark Hughes will be aware that his side will have to secure all three points against Liverpool in order to be considered as serious challengers for a top four finish.
City have already beaten a top four club this season with a comfortable victory over Arsenal while they came very close to collecting a point at Old Trafford. However with his side struggling for form, Hughes will be looking to get their season back on track with another famous victory when they visit Liverpool this weekend.
Hughes will be looking to capitalize on Liverpool's poor run of form that has seen the club win just one of their last five matches. The Reds were lucky to come away from Birmingham with a point as another disappointing performance saw them manage only a 2-2 draw.
Pressure is steadily building on Benitez and while reports of his dismissal have subsided, the Spanish coach will be aware that his side will have to turn their season around and secure a Champions League place in order to avoid the financial implications next season.
Both the teams will be missing key players for the match on Saturday. City will be without Robinho who is yet to recover from his injury while Albert Riera and Yossi Benayoun join the treatment table along with Fernando Torres. You can watch all the live Premier League football by signing up with us here on Live Sport Network.
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