The Reds goalkeeper calls for the Merseyside outfit to improve upon last season's dire home form, starting with Sunday's meeting with the Premier League champions
The Reds commenced their Premier League campaign with a 3-0 humbling at the hands of West Brom on Saturday and now face consecutive home games against City, Manchester United and Arsenal.
But the Spanish shot-stopper believes that the Merseyside outfit can improve upon what was a poor home record last year and hopes to turn Anfield into a fortress again.
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"We have to face them and I'm sure for them it won't be easy to come to Anfield.