This high profile match is set to be a good one, with City trying to close a ten point gap with Manchester United, and Liverpool trying to achieve an upset. The last two matches between the clubs have finished 2-2, but the odds are still with City to win the game. Liverpool are hoping new signing Daniel Sturridge can link up with Luis Suarez, which will improve their chances of winning dramatically. City are hoping that David Silva can feed Sergio Aguero some killer passes, and that the loss of Mario Balotelli to AC Milan won’t cost them the match. Even though Balotelli is gone, the game will still make headlines, so look out for my halftime and full time review, right here on Football Every Day!