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The city will be painted red again on Sunday as Anfield welcomes our neighbours from down the M62, Manchester City. With the reds currently sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League, the blues have a lot to gain from the last of the weekend fixtures.
Will Jordan Henderson start after missing out on Champions League action against Genk earlier in the week? Here’s hoping.
Ahead of the Premier League clash, Superintendent Paul White of Merseyside Police has issued the following statement. He said: “As with any match, a comprehensive and appropriate policing operation has been put in place ahead of Sunday’s game and we have liaised with both clubs and their supporter groups.
“We are aware of one poster on social media regarding a bus welcome. The corresponding last fixture ran smoothly and we are working to ensure this game can be enjoyed safely by all as well as minimising any disruption to local residents and roads.
“As with all Premier League fixtures at Anfield, we will have officers on duty at the ground, both uniformed and plain clothed, supported by mobile CCTV, provided by Liverpool City Council, and specialist resources including the Dog Section, mounted police and the National Police Air Service. We will also have a city centre policing plan in place throughout the day. This is standard procedure.
“We know that this will be a busy operation and we hope that fans attending the match will act as ambassadors for their clubs. As usual we would ask fans with tickets to arrive at the ground as early as possible. Fans without tickets should not attend at all; they will not be allowed entry into the stadium.”
The city’s largest Irish Bar is more than ready to host this clash of Premier League titans. Punch Tarmey’s at Cain’s Brewery Village will be showing the game on 17 screens and its 8ft video wall.
Get yourself down to The Flute, Hardman Street on Sunday to watch LFC V Man City. It’s likely to get busy so we recommend you pre book a space in front of the tellies with a pint!
It’s free entry into the Fan Park at Camp & Furnace on Sunday. The pre game atmosphere builds from 2pm, so get down there handy to get into the match day spirit.
The Bastion Bar at The Shankly Hotel, Victoria Street is piling on the pressure referring to this clash a ‘potential title decider’. You can watch all live action on the big screens as part of the Bastion Match Day Experience for £14.95pp!
Pre-book at Ropewalks Bar & Kitchen on Hanover Street to watch Liverpool vs Man City live on the big screen. Guarantee a seat in front of the big screen for £10 and you’l get a proper burger, chips and a pint on arrival to enjoy before kick off!
You can’t beat a Sunday on the ale down Mathew Street! This Sunday you can watch the Champions of Europe take on the Champions of England at Legends Bar where it’s likely to get loud and lively!
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