Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has revealed his thought on Liverpool clash at Anfield on Sunday.
whitewashed Jurgen Klopp men 5-0 victory at the Etihad Stadium in September and leading The Reds with 18 points in the Premier League table ahead of his trip to Merseyside.
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Guardiola told Sky Sports News that this weekend's meeting will be a different kind of challenge but the Spaniard is expecting a stern test from their opponents on Sunday.
"We know how complicated it is to go to Anfield, but hopefully we can show who we are. That's all I want to fight for with my players during the game," he told reporters.
"Of course they are challenge
r, going to Liverpool away is always tough. It is always a big challenge to improve and see on the bigger stages if we can handle the way we are. I love Anfield. For managers to play in these kinds of games on the big stages, I'll love to be there on Sunday.
"In football, when I win enough, perhaps the title, then two, three days or one week later, we're thinking of the next one. When you lose, one week later, there is another game so in football, it never stops."
Manchester City hopes to extend their unbeaten run to 23 before a home game to Newcastle United next Saturday.