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Liverpool Vs Manchester City LIVE Football Score 30 Jul 2022

Liverpool Vs Manchester City LIVE Football Score 30 Jul 2022

PREDICTION AND WINNING ODDS

Liverpool
Liverpool
When the odds are 3.00 the expected chance of winning is 33%, but this team actually wins 44% matches with these odds.
Manchester City
Manchester City
When the odds are 2.30 the expected chance of winning is 43%, but this team actually wins 57% matches with these odds.

ABOUT THE MATCH

Liverpool vs. Man City is now the Premier League’s headline act and the Community Shield meeting this weekend feels more like a taster for the main event over the next nine months than a stress-free warm-up for the campaign ahead.

Eighteen other clubs will contest the 2022-23 Premier League season, but it is virtually impossible to make a case for anyone but City or Liverpool emerging as champions next May. The Community Shield will give us a glimpse as to just how far ahead of the pack they are.

Tottenham have invested well this summer, giving manager Antonio Conte the reinforcements he demanded to be able to transform the team into title challengers, but while the six new arrivals — Richarlison, Ivan Perisic, Yves Bissouma, Djed Spence, Fraser Forster and Clement Lenglet — have arguably turned Spurs into the best of the rest, they’re still some way back from the top two. Meanwhile Chelsea, under new owners following the departure of Roman Abramovich, look to be on the brink of crisis with coach Thomas Tuchel complaining about the lack of new signings and the preseason performances of his existing players.

United are an unknown quantity under new coach Erik ten Hag following the club’s worst-ever Premier League season. They have brought in Lisandro Martinez, Christian Eriksen and Tyrell Malacia, but haven’t yet been able to convince primary midfield target Frenkie de Jong to leave Barcelona, while Cristiano Ronaldo continues to be a distraction due to his desire to leave Old Trafford.

And although Arsenal have strengthened under Mikel Arteta, including the signings of Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko from City, the Gunners are still nowhere close to winning the title for the first time since Arsene Wenger’s “Invincibles” in 2003-04.

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