The Super Sunday clash between Manchester City and Liverpool has had a lot of traces to their managers, Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp respectively.
Both the Spanish and German managers have had to clash several times in the last five years with different clubs with the record falling in favour of the Liverpool manager.
This has been suggested to play a role in deciding who takes the day when both sides meet at Anfield on Sunday but it has been rejected by the former Barcelona boss who claims that the big clash is not between both managers but between City and the Reds.
He, therefore, played down the suggested effect of the record between him and Klopp on the game.
According to him, they both play with different clubs with new players, quality and in a new league which will be the decider and not the record between them.
Both sides are yet to see any defeat in the Premier League this season and are currently fighting for the first position on the log table as they are only separated by goal difference.
Pundits have predicted that the race for this season’s Premier League season will be between Liverpool and Man City, leaving others as pretenders in the contest.