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Which Liverpool and Man City players should you pick for your Dream Team?

The chances are your Dream Team has at least one or two Liverpool and Man City players in the mix at the moment?

These days, it doesn’t get much better than the two behemoths of English football and they face off this weekend in a clash that could determine the title later on in the season.

So which of their players should you seriously consider picking for your team?


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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

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After a lengthy injury lay-off that saw him miss most of last season – including the Champions League final – the Ox is back and better than ever.

Four goals in five games, including a show-stopping brace against Genk last month, has seen the England midfielder force his way into Liverpool’s reckoning.

As a player who flourishes on the big occasion, expect him to shine in Sunday’s clash with City.

Kyle Walker

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Walker made all the headlines after his goalkeeping cameo in the Champions League match against Atalanta on Wednesday.

The right-back saved a free-kick and kept the score at 1-1 after Claudio Bravo’s sending off, and he’ll likely be in good spirits heading into the game against Liverpool.

Pep Guardiola will no doubt call upon his experience and recent upturn in form to help guide his injury-plagued defence.

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Trent Alexander-Arnold

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Speaking of right-backs in good form, how about picking TAA for your Dream Team?

The young defender is making a name for himself for his attacking runs and set-pieces, while nearly 40% of fantasy football managers have selected him this season.

There’s certainly a good reason for that, as Alexander-Arnold has notched four assists and one goal in 16 games this term and has not missed a minute of the club’s Premier League campaign so far.

Raheem Sterling

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Since his departure from Anfield in July 2015, Sterling has endured the wrath of Liverpool fans.

He also struggled to find any sort of form against his former club – going 10 games without a goal before his strike in the Community Shield in August.

Having finally ended that duct, coupled with the barrel-load of goals he’s scored in recent weeks, we can certainly envisage the nippy forward enjoying his run-out on Sunday.