WATCH: Can Klopp's Liverpool maintain their hold over Manchester City?

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The Reds take on Guardiola's men as the Premier League returns, and have a fine record in this fixture since the German took charge

The Premier League is back and ready to return in style. 

After an absence due to the international break, England's top division thrusts itself back into the spotlight on Saturday with Manchester City hosting Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium. 

Despite their hot starts, there's pressure on both sides to deliver and recent history suggests the Reds could have the edge. 

Liverpool have won three of their four games against City since Jurgen Klopp took charge, and the German has only suffered one defeat in 22 games against the Premier League's top seven. 

Can Klopp's Liverpool maintain their hold over Manchester City?

Can Klopp's Liverpool maintain their hold over Manchester City? Posted by Goal.com on Friday, 8 September 2017

Elsewhere, Chelsea are looking to continue their recovery since the opening-day defeat to Burnley. Antonio Conte's men take on Leicester City at the King Power Stadium, but unusually the Blues haven't won an away game in the month of September in any of the last four seasons. 

The pressure is also on Arsenal after two disastrous defeats to Stoke City and Liverpool prior to the international break. Arsene Wenger's tackle Bournemouth at home and are looking to avoid their first three-game losing streak in the Premier League for five years. 

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