The date of the match between Liverpool and Manchester City today
Today, Sunday evening, a nerve-wracking match will be played between Liverpool and Manchester City in the top of the English Premier League.
The Premier League for the 2021/22 season will be held at Al Ittihad Stadium, with the commentary of Hafeez Draghi at 5:30 Cairo time, 6:30 Mecca time, and 4:30 Algeria and Morocco time.
Predicted Liverpool line-up against Manchester City
Goalkeeper: Alisson Becker.
Defence: Matip / Van Dyck / Robertson / Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Midfield: Thiago Alcantara / Henderson / Fabinho.
Attack: Mane / Jota / Diaz.
Manchester City and Liverpool are an underrated competition that explodes into a legend and Liverpool, which has emerged in recent seasons, has a completely different composition than any previous rivalry.
Taking shape in the age of social media is a rivalry that is routinely belittled and even rejected by every fan base and that’s the nature of singles rivalries so popular on Twitter these days.
We only hate Manchester United, according to the Liverpool fans, and we only hate Manchester United, according to City.
There is widespread denial that the other club matters at all which is odd considering how many times one group of fans tweets about the other and vice versa.
Across the tribal playing fields of social media hate is seen as a weakness while indifference towards your enemy even affected indifference is a strength.
Also, there is intense and toxic competition both on and off the field. In 2013/14 the Northwest Giants went from toe to toe in the title race that went straight to the wire.
And it was repeated five years later a very exciting finale and everything since 2018 only United have managed to break up their duopoly at the top – on one occasion – come May and in this period of co-dominance these extraordinary creations have collected a seasonal average of 88 points each.
This year no other team took part in the race except for an early charge from Chelsea and we can once again expect a fiercely contested title fight that only allows one or two slips.
As for the on-and-off relationship between fan bases, there have undoubtedly been enough incidents in recent years to ensure that real ill feeling continues to be felt on both sides and when this hatred fuels our football despite all the protests to the contrary.
And the league competition for the ages Think of the Arsenal-Manchester United game throughout the late ’90s and beyond and it’s a parallel that stands up to all scrutiny, only with better hair.
You are going to spend a field day with this extraordinary event of the moment where two sides of the generations are thriving led by generational coaches at the same time pushing the other to rare heights after all every element of this monopoly is tailored to the obsession that newspapers, websites and television networks enjoy these days By ‘narrating’ in making stories out of football as well as celebrating football itself.
Next years? It is highly doubtful that people can hardly muster the real enthusiasm for it now when it is happening in real time before our very eyes.
Trying to decipher why that leads to a lot of rabbit holes but what can at least be assumed is that the next few months should bump these rivals a degree or two, perhaps to the same level that Liverpool and Chelsea enjoyed midway through. -2000 sec.
In the coming weeks, the brilliant Blues Pep Guardiola and the stunning Reds teeter Jurgen Klopp in a league clash that is less than “six pointers” and more realistic than deciding the title just six days after they met again at Wembley in the FA Cup semi-final.
Given that many of their previous games were high-score classics another reason why the allure of this silent rivalry is quite confusing is likely to put us on the brink of history being made.
Let’s not forget that if both teams advance all the way in the Champions League they will face each other in the game today.