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Liverpool vs Manchester City Live Match HD July 30, 2022

Liverpool is going head to head with Manchester City starting on 30 Jul 2022 at 16:00 UTC at King Power Stadium stadium, Leicester city, England. The match is a part of the Community Shield.

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An injury-hit Liverpool side will take on Manchester City in the traditional curtain-raiser of English football on Saturday. The annual one-off contest at the King Power Stadium in Leicester will allow both teams to start the season with an opportunity to get their hands on the Community Shield. Last season, City won the Premier League title by the narrowest of margins over their Merseyside rival, while Liverpool won both domestic cups – Carabao Cup and FA Cup. The match on Saturday will ideally have little impact on the entire season, but both teams would like to start the campaign on a positive note.

Liverpool vs Manchester City Key Details
Date 30 July, 2022
Venue King Power Stadium
Kickoff time India 9:30 pm
Kickoff time England 5 pm
Match Referee Craig Pawson

The Reds endured major heartbreaks towards the end of last season as they lost two major titles by the slimmest of margins. In the Premier League, Jurgen Klopp’s boys had to settle for second place after Manchester City’s astonishing last-day comeback. Then they lost the Champions League final 1-0 to Real Madrid. Liverpool might have won two domestic cups, however, a season that promised so much did not end the way they would have anticipated.

Liverpool’s form in the pre-season has also been a mixed one. After starting with a 4-0 defeat to Manchester United, they won two games but lost their last friendly to Red Bull Salzburg. On the other hand, Manchester City are coming into this clash on the back of a narrow victory over German champions Bayern Munich. Pep Guardiola’s boys won their second successive league trophy last season but suffered a painful defeat in the Champions League semifinal. They also lost the FA Cup last-four clash to their upcoming opponents, hence, City will be keen to enact revenge on Saturday.

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