Ex-Red Kewell notes importance of first goal
Harry believes it could give much confidence for either side.
“These two teams are the best two attacking sides in the league and to be honest with you I don’t think you can pick. I just don’t know. Honestly, I don’t know - anything can happen!
“Liverpool could go there and win 4-0, but Man City could probably win 6-0 - it all depends who is going to hit the back of the net first.”
“I don’t [think] we’re going to get anything too different from Man City, they’re going to play the same style and create a lot of chances, it’s just what are we going to get from Liverpool – are they going to defend the lead, or are they going to play their natural game?
“I don’t think Liverpool are worried about not scoring, it’s just trying to stop Man City from scoring because we all know they’re capable of doing it – they’ve shown that all this year.
“But I would be aggressive against them. It’s all about holding them off and taking your chance to score when you get one – that’s what they did in the first leg. It’s going to be an exciting game.”