"We have to score at Anfield, but they are going to score too - it's quite complicated".
Liverpool started the league season off with six wins on the trot, but their fine run of form has been halted by a League Cup defeat and Premier League draw to Chelsea and a Champions League loss to Napoli.
Manchester City star midifelder Iklay Gundogan has sent out a warning ahead of the Citizens encounter with Liverpool this weekend.
Guardiola signed the Frenchman for £52m from Monaco past year and the player has been a regular starter this season since returning from a long-term knee injury.
Guardiola said on Friday playmaker Kevin De Bruyne, out since August with a knee injury, would be assessed ahead of the game. "In the Premier League we beat them, in the Champions League we didn't". Also, City have lost just one of their last 25 away games in the top flight, and they are yet to taste defeat in the PL this term. Liverpool is one of the true greatest teams in England.
Almost half of all City's defeats last season came against Klopp's team, including both legs of their Champions League quarter-final, while a 4-3 loss at Anfield ended their hopes of going a whole Premier League season unbeaten.
He said: "After the game it felt much more clear they deserved to win than after the analysis".
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"You've got to beat the best if you want to be the best".
"Salah scored 44 goals past year but missed plenty of chances too".
On the City side of things, Sergio Aguero has been passed fit, and is [2.22], but bear in mind he has never scored at Anfield in 11 attempts for City and Atletico Madrid.
But from my memory of winning the league myself with Liverpool, that does not matter - you just try to win games, regardless of how well you are playing.
All three of Liverpool's midfielders - Jordan Henderson, Gini Wijnaldum and James Milner - are best suited to the pressing game rather than falling deep as they did against Napoli.
"It's not always possible unfortunately and it's always hard work, even if we're entertaining people, it's especially hard work".
Klopp was waiting to learn whether midfielder Naby Keita would be available after suffering a back spasm in Naples while forward Adam Lallana is back in full training following a groin problem.