Follow all the action as the top two in the Premier League face off in a potential title decider between Pep Guardiola's side and Jurgen Klopp's men

Our venue today

The 53,400-capacity Etihad.

Despite (perhaps not entirely unjustified) criticisms of its atmosphere and attendances, one would expect it to be rocking today.

Even the threat of punishment from the Premier League, only increased by Everton's recent 10-point deduction, will struggle to subdue the atmosphere this afternoon.

It's very tight at the top.

City lead the way on 28 points with Liverpool in second and Arsenal in third both on 27. Tottenham are fourth on 26 with Aston Villa, perhaps surprisingly, fifth on 25.

Needless to say, this is a massive clash between two of the sides likely to be there or thereabouts in the title race come the end of the season.

Last time out: Liverpool
Liverpool's last match was on the same day as City's last, Sunday November 12, but theirs was much more routine than that of their upcoming opponents.

A 3-0 win against Brentford moved them second in the Premier League thanks to goals — two of them — from Mohamed Salah and Diogo Jota.

Last time out: Manchester City

City's last match, before the international break, was the pulsating 4-4 draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Three times they led, three times they were pegged back. And, though there will have been aspects to please Pep, his side's defending was calamitous on occasion. They will need to sharpen up at the back today if they want to take anything from it.

How to watch: Manchester City vs Liverpool

Viewers can tune in to the action, alongside this live blog of course, via the below channels.

UK: Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Ultra HDR, Sky Go app (streaming). Coverage starts at 11am GMT, 90 minutes before kick-off.

US: Peacock (TV), Peacock premium (streaming).

Canada: fuboTV Canada.