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Liverpool vs. Man City is very rarely a boring watch for the neutrals, and one man in particular stole the show for the Merseyside giants, but Pep Guardiola‘s side would fight back twice to rescue a point before the international break.

After Phil Foden had initially cancelled out Sadio Mane‘s opener, Mohamed Salah evaded a number of challenges from those in blue before crashing a shot home past Ederson, but City’s own talisman Kevin De Bruyne would reply within five minutes to ensure a share of the spoils.

Another two points dropped in the Premier League is hardly the end of the world for the champions, and they now occupy third spot in the table – one point behind Liverpool and two behind leaders Chelsea – but must also factor in next week’s Champions League trip to Club Brugge this weekend.

A 2-0 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain in their most recent European battle means that City head into Saturday’s game aiming to avoid a third game without a win in all competitions, but they remain unbeaten at home this season and have kept four Premier League clean sheets in succession at the Etihad, the most recent of which came in a goalless draw with Southampton.

Only leaders Chelsea have also conceded a league-low three goals so far this season, and not since 2010 have City failed to score in successive home matches in the Premier League – a streak which is highly unlikely to end anytime soon.

A point against the Canaries has seen Dyche’s side remain in the bottom three with only three points taken from a possible 21 this term, but a previous draw with Leicester City and EFL Cup win over Rochdale at least means that they are unbeaten in three in all tournaments ahead of this clash.

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However, three of the Clarets’ last four away games in the top flight have ended in defeat, while their winless run in the Premier League stretches back to a 2-0 win over Fulham in May, and they have posted seven losses and three draws in the league since then.

Furthermore, Burnley travel to the Etihad having lost their last eight in a row against Man City in all competitions – scoring only once in that miserable streak – and each of the last four fixtures at the Etihad between the two clubs has ended 5-0 to the hosts.

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