Graeme Souness: 'Sunday doesn't decide anything'
- Liverpool host City on Sunday.
- The iconic Anfield captain believes the Reds could make a statement if they come on top.
- If Guardiola's men win, they could regain the title-race momentum.
- However, it's still November and nothing would be decided regardless of the result.
Liverpool are set to play against their main Premier League rivals Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday within Matchday 12. Graeme Souness has shared thoughts on the game's importance.
"Sunday doesn't decide anything," the iconic Liverpool captain told Virgin Media Sport. "If Liverpool turn City over, they will put a marker down to say we are better than you right now and we will take some catching.
"If Liverpool come unstuck, momentum will be with City, but this is the start of November and nothing is decided."
Nevertheless, the Sunday clash is going to be a huge one for both sides as there's only a six-point gap between them at the moment. Jurgen Klopp's men have enjoyed a better start to the domestic campaign than the Citizens. Liverpool are on top of the standings with 31 points and have only failed to beat their opponents once drawing 1-1 against Manchester United at Old Trafford.