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Jack Grealish and Erling Haaland make it to the Liverpool-Man City combined XI, while Virgil van Dijk and Darwin Nunez are unfortunate to miss out.


Get ready for a thrilling clash of the titans on talkSPORT this Saturday as some of the best players in the country collide. Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City is eager for a win, knowing they can’t afford any more slip-ups in the Premier League against formidable leaders Arsenal. With Liverpool on their heels, City must step up their game to maintain their chance at the title.

While City has been dominant, Arsenal has been invincible, winning every match in the league since losing to the champions in January. But if City falls short, it could be Mikel Arteta’s moment to shine as a manager, clinching his first Premier League title.

Liverpool, who have had a rough season, must seize this opportunity to climb the table. With two games in hand over Tottenham, who are seven points ahead, Jurgen Klopp knows that this is their chance to step up to the plate. Although Liverpool has experienced a significant fall-off from a potential quadruple last year, their only aim this season is to secure a spot in the top four.

As we gear up for the talkSPORT showdown, we can expect a combined XI that looks much different from previous years. Some players, such as Virgil van Dijk, Kyle Walker, Riyad Mahrez, and Jordan Henderson, have had seasons to forget for both City and Liverpool. In contrast, Nathan Ake and Jack Grealish have surprised us this season, rising to stardom under Guardiola’s tutelage.

Who will make it into talkSPORT’s combined XI? Tune in to find out! Starting at 12:30 pm, Man City and Liverpool will kick off the day’s key Premier League game on talkSPORT, followed by Crystal Palace vs. Leicester at 3 pm. Finally, the build-up to Anthony Joshua’s heavyweight showdown with Jermaine Franklin will begin at 7 pm, starting his route back to the top.

Don’t miss out on the action – tune in to talkSPORT via their free online streaming service or ask your smart speaker to play talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2. TalkSPORT is also widely available across the UK on 1089 or 1053 AM.



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