A Super Computer has predicted the Champions League quarter-final scores

Solenn Plantier
Mars 20, 2018

Manchester City have a stunning record of 40 wins in their 47 games in all competitions this season, and German winger Sané has told the club's official website why City have improved so much this season.

Police have warned that any supporters found in possession of flares and pyrotechnics at Liverpool's Champions League clash with Manchester City could be sent to prison.

Of course, the behaviour of City's players is always going to be in the spotlight while they're running away with the league and their manager is urging referees to take action against bad challenges. The Serbian is considered by many to be one of the top talents in Europe, and is said to be on the radar of many of Europe's top clubs.

City's only league defeat to date this season came in a 4-3 loss at Anfield, which saw Salah get on the scoresheet.

Supt White added: 'Merseyside Police will have a comprehensive policing operation in place, alongside Liverpool Football Club, in preparation for the fixture. A centre back pairing of Vincent Kompany and Nicolas Otamendi will ensure a far more disciplined and muscled approach to Liverpool's tricky forward play.

It's reported that an "exceptionally serious" charge in the next 12 months could result in a points deduction, and that's a headline that might trouble fans. Well the radio channel have been at it again with their machine and after a rubbish last 16 it's had a go at predicting the scores for the quarter finals. Eight balls representing eight teams shall be placed in a single bowl, and they will be removed from the bowl in random order. While Sergio Aguero's last minute header that fell agonisingly wide would have been ruled out for offside anyway, it's clear the momentum was with City. City won that 5-0, although little is being made of this biggest home win over Liverpool since 1928.

Gundogan, Guardiola's first signing at City, has settled at the Etihad Stadium after a difficult, injury-hit first season. But will Klopp be worried about his goalkeeper or how the defence will cope with City? But, ultimately, they did not; it was a bridge too far.

The Blues would be wise to remember that they have played scintillating football against all manner of tricky opponents this season, and that they are, despite that Anfield glitch, the best side in the Premier League.

The invitation instructs fans to "Bring your flares and flags".

Rejoice, Liverpool fans - and with a familiar scoreline at that.

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