Liverpool vs Manchester City is an upcoming match of Premier League which will be played on this Sunday. Home stadium of the Reds will host this game which is one of the most popular rivalry of English football. Both teams are performing very well in this competition & are the toughest competitor of this title. Lets have a discussion about match preview, time & TV telecast channels of this upcoming match.
|LIVERPOOL VS MAN CITY SCHEDULE
||Premier League 2013-14
||13-4-2014 [GMT & IST]
||12:37 [GMT] & 18:07[IST]
||The Sky Blues
|Sports 4, Star Sports 3
Sky Sports 1 Ireland, LFC TV Online
Liverpool vs Man City Time & Telecast
This upcoming match will start at 6:07 pm on 13 April 2014 [Sunday] IST. GMT match date & time are 13 April & 12:37 pm respectively. You can watch it on TV telecast channels Star Sports 4, Star Sports 3, ESPN + Sur, Fox Sports play & other. Given below is the list of telecast channels in other countries.
UK: Sky Sports 1 Ireland, LFC TV Online, TalkSport Radio
USA: TalkSport Radio, Telemundo, NBCSN, SiriusXM FC
Sweden: Viasat Fotboll / HD, Via play Sweden
Spain: GOL T, Canal+ Futbol / HD, Gol Stadium
Canada: Talksport Radio
France: Canal+ Sport
Australia: Fox Sports EPL on Demand, Fox Sports 2
Finland: Katsomo, MTV3 MAX Sport 1
Match Preview of Liverpool vs Manchester City
The manager of Sky Blues have stated that they’ll not play a draw against the Red as they look to replace at top of domestic league table. if the match ends with a draw, the home team will remain at top spot.
City are yet 2 games behind the top 2 position holders & they are third spot in current standings with 70 points total. Still, the home team is highest goal scorer in this tournament.
Coach Pellegrini said he was happy for football that both title challengers employ an entertaining style. And he denied he would repeat the more cautious approach he adopted against Barcelona in the first leg game of Champions league.
Out of last 6 games played by City, they won 5 games with a single draw. On the other hand, the home team won all of last 6 games played. They also made a clean sheet over the defending champions Manchester United by 3-0 at Old Trafford.