In fact, the visitors have suffered just one defeat in any competition this season.
Of all the teams who have played City at home this season only West Brom, (who lost 3-2) have scored a couple of times. It is also because, as England's two most thrilling attacking sides meet, something has to give.
The Catalan has been a dominant force in the English top-flight this season, with his team sweeping aside all before them.
That task will have become a lot harder after wantaway Philippe Coutinho finally forced through his move to Barcelona. The attack pretty much picks itself, with Mo Salah set to return on the right wing and Sadio Mane on the opposite flank, while Roberto Firmino will operate through the middle.
Sane has twice turned Jurgen Klopp down.
That should mean that Andy Robertson will continue at left-back in Moreno's absence, having impressed in recent weeks.
The Netherlands worldwide defender impressed and scored the victor on debut in the victory over local rival Everton, but this weekend's meeting with the title favourite could prove too challenging for a player who is still getting to know his new team-mates.
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Both games were supposedly tough games for Guardiola's side. They're still human. They haven't lost many games but of course they are beatable, ' he said.
Games against title rivals are the ones that can decide seasons.
Liverpool will be desperate to end Manchester City's unbeaten run and tighten their grip in the top four when the two clubs meet at Anfield on Sunday afternoon. Even more significant, perhaps, is that Anfield is their fortress against City, who have not won a League match at the stadium since 2003, and only once in 37 years. The Citizens team and fortunes were very different back then.
"I am focused on the game against Liverpool".
With the news that Manchester City are closing in on signing Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal, we took the opportunity to poke a little fun at the Premier League champions in waiting.
Rhian Brewster will be assessed after landing awkwardly in the U23s' 3-2 defeat to Manchester City on Friday.
This game promises to be a fantastic watch. I hope to convince them to follow what I am talking about. Liverpool are unlikely to sit back and park the bus, as that really is not their game.
No Liverpool player has ever been sent off in both league fixtures in the same season against the same team. Even in midweek, when City looked lackluster against Bristol City, they still managed to produce a late victor.
It is certainly an intriguing clash this one.
"Liverpool tore into their defence".