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=====Match Info=====
**Match Schedule**
Man. City vs Liverpool live
Date: Sunday 19th March 2017
Live/Repeat: Live
Premier League
Time:16:30 GMT


Manchester City fans have told Pep Guardiola to make Hector Bellerin his No1 target this summer. The City manager is set to spend up to £200m in the next transfer window – with a defensive overhaul his priority. He moved for Arsenal full back Bellerin when first taking over at the Etihad – only for Arsene Wenger to issue a firm ‘not for sale’ notice. Bellerin has gone on to sign a new deal at the Emirates – but with uncertainty over Wenger’s future, City will be monitoring the Spaniard’s situation. Barcelona are also tracking him – but it is believed a reunion with Guardiola, who he worked with at the Nou Camp, is his preference if he moves. MEN Sport outlined some of Guardiola’s top targets last week and asked City fans to vote for the player they would most like to see at the Etihad next season. Pep Guardiola addresses Man City summer transfer plans And it was notable that defenders came out on top. Bellerin received 23 percent of the votes, ahead of second-placed Leonardo Bonnuci with 14 percent.

It looked Manchester City’s strongest team on paper against Monaco given the circumstances and seemed to surprise everyone that the players did not turn up in the first half.John Stones, Pep Guardiola and Aleks Kolarov all spoke immediately after the game about the pain of defeat where they just left themselves too much to do after the break.Others will be fresher but the team that started in the Champions League game should be burning to end the week on a good note and show their manager what a one-off Wednesday night was.Guardiola has called on them to show fight and stand up for their footballing principles, and Liverpool – unbeaten against the top four teams this season – would be perfect opposition to demonstrate those qualities against.