But Pep Guardiola says City can beat Liverpool in their Champions League quarter finals.
Liverpool trounced City, 3-0, in the first leg held at Anfield last week.
The game will be hosted at Etihad Stadium in Manchester and is scheduled to begin at 8:45 p.m. (CLT). It can be viewed live online via FuboTV. City have the ability to score early and often and, just like Liverpool, they only know one way to play: attack, attack, attack.
And Guardiola remains proud of the way his team continues to perform and said he was "delighted" with their display even though they lost in devastating fashion to United on Saturday.
"We feel we are in a great moment and I think we can make it hard for any team in the world".
"They have so much quality, they are going to win the league, but we know their strengths and weaknesses". "I always want to see the right amount of cynicism from the team".
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Manchester City center-back Vincent Kompany.
The Reds started their European campaign this season at the play-off phase, having secured a fourth-place finish in the Premier League during the 2016-17 campaign.
The Egyptian wide man has been a crucial part of the side this season, but left the field early in the first leg against City.
Salah trained last night after recovering from the groin injury picked up in last Wednesday's first leg.
Liverpool is still without Joel Matip (hamstring), Emre Can (back), Joe Gomez (ankle), and Adam Bogdan (knee) entering this game.
Egyptian global Mohamed Salah scored seven goals in the Champions League this season away from the qualifying round, with three goals in Maribor and a goal against Sevilla, Spartak Moscow, Porto and Citi. That was without Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne and Gabriel Jesus on the pitch.
With Joel Matip injured, Dejan Lovren will partner Virgil van Dijk at the heart of the Liverpool defence and the Croatian worldwide needs to replicate his Anfield form in order to stop City from getting on the score sheet.