As it stands, Manchester City sit on the top of the Premier League table after a 4-4 draw against Chelsea last weekend.
Liverpool are a point behind in second spot after recording a 3-0 victory over Brentford before the commencement of the international break.
Manchester City will now host Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium for what can be termed as the title race deciding game on the 25th of November after the international break.
A win for Pep Guardiola’s side will extend our leading point margin to four while City will still be leading with a point if the outcome is a draw.
Check out Man City’s next five Premier League games
Vs Liverpool (home) – November 25
Vs Tottenham (home) – December 3
Vs Aston Villa (away) – December 6
Vs Luton Town (away) – December 10
Vs Crystal Palace (home) – December 16