Manchester City vs Liverpool Live Streaming info, Starting Lineups and Match Preview

It’s Manchester City vs Liverpool tonight in second leg of UEFA Champions League Quarterfinals. Pep Guardiola‘s men face a tough test to overcome a 3-0 first leg deficit to proceed to the semi-finals of the  Champions League. While on the other hand Liverpool have to remain calm and concentrated throughout the game as it’s their to lose. It promises to be a thrilling game like we witnessed in the first leg at Anfield. Manchester City’s chances are narrow and if Liverpool bags one goal then it becomes near impossible to be ahead on aggregate score due to the away goal rule. Here’s starting lineups, live streaming details for the Manchester City and Liverpool game.

Champions League Quarterfinals
Manchester City vs Liverpool Leg 2 (0-3 on Aggregate)
Venue Etihad Stadium, Manchester.
Date & Time Tuesday, April 10 @ 12:15 AM IST
Live TV Broadcast
Sony Ten 2, Ten 2 HD
Live Stream

Guaidiola insisted that they will have to play a perfect game at home. He said “The result is tough, but we have 90 minutes and in football, everything can happen. What we are going to do is try. We don’t need to talk about motivation. The way they play in every game shows what they want to do. My team is extraordinary, not comparable to many others.”

Liverpool Coach Jurgen Klopp reminded of dangerous city team adding “They had a fantastic season but they are human beings, thank God. They had two results which maybe no-one really expected.”

Henderson and  Emre Can out are out with the injury so Gini Wijnaldum is going to play as DM for Liverpool. For City Aguero is expected to start while the form of Sané will be the key for them.

Manchester City (Potential starting XI) : Ederson; Walker, Otamendi, Kompany, Laporte; Fernandinho, De Bruyne, D. Silva; Sterling, Sane, Aguero.

Liverpool (Probable starting XI): Karius; Alexander-Arnold, Lovren, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Milner, Oxlade-Chamberlain; Mane, Salah, Firmino.

It’s a tough match for city and first leg score isn’t helping them so we expect Liverpool to proceed. What do you think about the final scoreline? Have your say below.