THERE is no doubt much of the focus on Sunday will be on Anfield where Man City go trying to carve out a seven-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
Man United's draw against Newcastle means the gap is four and seven would be a significant one.
It's a tough game to call. If City take their league form to Liverpool they should win but if it they go with their Champions League game could lose.
I imagine it will be the latter and having won 5-1 at Spurs and 6-1 at Man United I reckon they'll go aiming for another big three points.
City are a biggest 17-10 with William Hill while the Reds, who usually raise their game for the big events, are 19-10 at Coral.
Mario Balotelli has been City's main man in recent weeks and is 7-1 at Stan James to score first while Luis Suarez is 6-1 with Paddy Power.
In the other EPL clash I fancy Swansea at 13-10 with Paddy Power to add to Aston Villa's misery. The Swans have only conceded two goals at home all season and Villa haven't won away under Alex McLeish but have drawn four out of six. They don't look any sort of value at 12-5 with the likes of bet365 and Chandler.
Swansea pair Danny Graham and Scott Sinclair are 7-1 to score first while Villa's Darren Bent is 13-2 at Ladbrokes.
(17-10, William Hill)
(13-10, Paddy Power)