Score predictions for our clash vs City
Sky Sports' Charlie Nicholas predicts 3-1 and Sterling to score first:
"I think we're going to get drama and I can see my good friend Phil Thompson being on the edge of his seat next to me in the Soccer Special studio. I don't think City will do it though because I see Liverpool scoring. You could see at the weekend again against United that City are defensively vulnerable when they have to take risks.
"This is all about Liverpool scoring one goal to turn City's need into score five and it will be a major boost if Mohamed Salah is fit. I could see City getting 2-0 up because they should have been out of sight by half-time against United, but as they get desperate I expect Liverpool's attacking pace on the counter to see them safe."
Ex-Liverpool striker Michael Owen predicts 2-2:
"Only two teams in the history of the Champions League have overturned a 3+ goal deficit from the first leg in the knockout stages – Deportivo v AC Milan in 2004 and Barcelona v PSG 12 months ago. That shows the magnitude of the task facing Manchester City.
"That said, the tie would almost be in the balance had City scored at Anfield, but I can’t see them keeping a clean sheet against the Reds who have so much pace and power on the break.
"I expect to see goals and Liverpool will miss both Emre Can (injured) and Jordan Henderson (suspended) but City old-boy James Milner has been a revelation in recent weeks for Jurgen Klopp’s side who I feel will do more than enough to be in Friday’s semi-final draw in Switzerland."