Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne, Gundogan, Sane will look to pick apart a Liverpool defence that has been bolstered by the January signing of Virgil Van Djik.
"You can see yourself that the atmosphere at every home game is wonderful".
City are unbeaten in the Premier League so far this season but many commentators believe this could be the biggest test of the season to date, especially given our record at Anfield.
City won seven and drew one of the eight domestic matches last month, with only Crystal Palace holding the Blues in the Premier League.
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"They play a fantastic season, our season is not too bad but, in a game like this, you need to show that you can cause them problems, more problems than other teams can, make their life hard and try to win". I'm going to take Liverpool to get the win here in what should be a cracking game of football.More news: Martin O'Neill Set For Stoke City Talks Tonight
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"Hopefully we can do better than last season".
"He was in Barcelona this week and the news is quite good". That is our target, and to show courage.
Asked why he chose Liverpool, Van Dijk, who also played for Celtic for two seasons, said: "I think the size of the club, the fans, the players, the manager, the whole package here is incredible". This kind of game shows your mentality.
Manchester United scored just before half time, Tottenham Hotspur netted in the closing seconds of the match, Leicester City won and converted a penalty in added-on time, Watford scored and should have been given a penalty in the final 10 minutes at the Etihad Stadium and Bristol City forced those two mistakes out of Mangala and Stones at the end of the first half.
Either way, this is a Liverpool side who are capable of scoring goals in quick succession and it can be the difference between another game without defeat for City and losing for the first time in the Premier League since April 5.
Arsenal's 49 games in 2003-2004 is now top, followed by Nottingham Forest's 42 in 1977-1978, Chelsea with 40 in 2004-2005, Leeds's 34 in 1968-1969 and Liverpool's 31 in 1987-1988.