The predictions, odds, and how to watch on Livestream the FA Cup semifinal, where Manchester City vs Liverpool, in an exciting match, are ready.
More news about Manchester City:
Both clubs will relive the match they had recently in the Premier League, which ended in a 2-2 draw last Sunday.
Manchester City vs Liverpool FA Cup: Match Information
Date: Saturday, April 16
Time: 10:30 ET
Location: Wembley Stadium
Manchester City vs Liverpool of the FA Cup: Times by the state in the U.S.
How to watch Manchester City vs Liverpool on Livestream
TV Channel: Will not be broadcast
Livestream: BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Web
TV Channel: BBC One
TV Channel: ESPN
Manchester City vs Liverpool FA Cup: Head to Head Record
These two clubs have met a total of 31 times in all competitions, with City winning on seven occasions and Liverpool triumphing on 15 occasions.
And between these clashes, there have been 5 draws. And reviewing the numbers of their previous matches, it can be seen that in their last two meetings, these clubs ended in a draw, in EPL matches.
Therefore, this match is expected to be a very even duel between two of the most dominant clubs in the English Premier League.
Manchester City vs Liverpool FA Cup: Predictions and Odds
According to the specialized betting website, Pronósticos.Futbol, the likely winner of the match will be Manchester City, as this club has a 59.7% chance of winning the match.
On the other hand, Liverpool has a 20.7% chance of winning and a draw has a 19.6% chance of happening, but if it happens, the probable score of the match will be 2-2, just like in the Premier League.
Manchester City News
City is celebrating a UEFA Champions League semi-final berth, having beaten Atletico Madrid 1-0 on aggregate, and defending that result in the second leg.
Pep Guardiola's club is coming off a valuable draw with the Reds, who now need the match not to end in a draw if they are to advance to the next round of the tournament.
And if they also manage to secure the signing of the elusive Erling Haaland, the Citizens will have a dream 2022, as it is known that the player has been wanted by the club for a long time.
Jürgen Klopp's Reds are going for the FA Cup semi-final, rounding off a week in which they also booked their place in the UEFA Champions League semi-finals against Benfica.
And in their next match, they will face Villarreal, who eliminated the mighty Bayern Munich, so they have a very tough challenge ahead of them.