Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp during the press conference. Action Images via Reuters/Craig Brough
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While City currently have the upper hand domestically as they sit 18 points clear of third-placed Liverpool in the Premier League and just one win away from a third title in seven seasons, five-time European champions Liverpool have far more pedigree in continental competition.The Reds haven't reached the Champions League last four for a decade and Klopp wants modern day memories created at Anfield.City can wrap up the title earlier than any team has before if they beat local rivals Manchester United Saturday, with Pep Guardiola's men's march to the finish line drawing comparisons with the all-time great Premier League sides.However, their only league defeat of the season came at Anfield in a thrilling 4-3 Liverpool win in January and Klopp welcomed the challenge.In 12 previous meetings, Klopp has six wins to Guardiola's five.
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