January signing Van Dijk has been instrumental in improving Liverpool’s defense.
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The Champions League quarterfinal between Liverpool and Manchester City is one of the most anticipated games of the season, pitting the Premier League's runaway leaders against the top scorers in Europe's elite competition.LIVERPOOL'S DEFENSEJuergen Klopp's side have conceded eight goals in their two Premier League meetings with City this season – a 5-0 defeat at the Etihad and a 4-3 win at Anfield. CITY'S WEAKEST LINKIf Manchester City have a weak point it is at left-back where Guardiola has fielded several players this season following the knee ligament injury to first choice Benjamin Mendy in September.That may have been a dress rehearsal for Wednesday's game where, whoever Guardiola chooses as the left-back will have the daunting task of marking Mohamed Salah, who has scored 37 goals in all competitions this season.In January's win at Anfield, Liverpool's forwards pressed the City defense – and their 'keeper –hard, forcing errors and knocking them off their rhythm.
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