Asked whether the Egypt global could do serious damage to City, having already scored against them in their only Premier League defeat so far at Anfield in January, Van Dijk said: "That's what everyone knows".
Speaking at his post-match news conference at the weekend, Klopp said the match against City will be very hard, adding that the Reds have no big advantage over the Premier League leaders.
"The way we attack the opponent, the way we defend high is unpleasant (for our opponents)". We know they are beatable, This is a different game, We need to keep our focus and prepare well.
"It will be very exciting".
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