Liverpool news : Liverpool & City's remaining fixtures - and where title can be won

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    It wasn't very convincing, but Manchester City are back ahead of Liverpool at the top of the table.  An early goal from Phil Foden earned a 1-0 win at home to Tottenham Hotspur despite the visitors creating a host of chances.  City are now on 86 points, with Liverpool on 85. The pair have four games each reamining.  Will Liverpool be successful in their bid to end their 29-year wait for a league title?  Here's how the respective fixtures lists are looking as the season enters its final month. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Sun, April 21: Cardiff v Liverpool (4pm)  Klopp's side eased past the Welsh side 4-1 at Anfield and have won the last five meetings including a 6-3 win on their last trip to South Wales in 2014.  Cardiff are one of the few teams to have won more than they've lost against Liverpool, although their last win came back in 1959.   Wed, April 24: Man Utd v Man City (8pm)  City cruised to a 3-1 win at Old Trafford in November, and have a brilliant recent record at their neighbours, having lost only one of their last seven visits.  United, though, won a home League Cup game in 2016, and are a lot tougher proposition this season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer than Jose Mourinho. Download our FREE LFC App  Don't miss a thing with our free LFC App click here for iTunes and click here for android. Fri, Apr 26: Liverpool v Huddersfield (8pm)  The Reds were pushed all the way for their 1-0 triumph at the Terriers when Klopp's best man David Wagner was still in charge of the hosts.  Liverpool won the two meetings last season and are unbeaten in 13 with their last loss coming in 1959. Sun, April 28: Burnley v Man City (2.05pm)  Turf Moor was one of the few venues City failed to win last season having been held to a 1-1 draw.     But Guardiola's side won 5-0 at home in both the and FA Cup this season and have lost only one of the last 21 clashes, a run stretching back to 1974. Saturday, May 4: Newcastle v Liverpool (tba)  Newcastle were swept aside 4-0 at Anfield but Liverpool don't have a good record at St James' Park having won only one in seven - the 6-0 triumph in 2013.     Like City's game against Leicester, the Reds' trip to St. James' Park could also be rescheduled once again should Klopp's side progress in the Champions League dependent on semi-final scheduling. Monday, May 6: Man City v Leicester (8pm)  City lost at Leicester over Christmas, which ended a run of five straight wins against the Foxes. They've only been beaten in the home fixture once since 2004, though.  That said, the prospect of former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers halting the team that preventing him winning the title in 2014 is an intriguing prospect. Sunday, May 12: Brighton v Man City (3pm), Liverpool v Wolves (3pm)  City have only met Brighton on 20 previous occasions but have won all three fixtures, including a 2-0 home

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