The Barclays Under 21 Premier League is well on its way. The Manchester City vs Liverpool U21 match is schedule to be played on 23rd September 2013 in the U21 Premier League. You can find the Man City vs Liverpool football match preview, team squads and match prediction here on this page. The match will kick off at 23:00 at Ewen Fields, England which is the home ground of Manchester City U21 team.
The Barclays U21 Premier League 2013-14 is the second edition of the league. Total 42 teams are participating in the tournament with 22 in League 1 and 20 in League 2. Each participant team will play 21 matches in the group stage and the top four teams on the points table will qualify for the semi-finals. The winning two teams of the semi-finals will face each other in the final of U21 Premier League.
“Man City vs Liverpool U21 Preview Match Prediction“
Date: 23rd September 2013
Venue: Ewen Fields
On the points table Liverpool U21 is currently on the 7th position while Manchester City is at the 15th spot. Liverpool has played four matches till now and has won 2 matches while Manchester City has played five matches in the U21 Premier League and also has been successful in securing 2 victories. One match of both teams resulted as a draw.
Manchester City defeated Norwich City U21 by 3-1 and Everton U21 by 3-0 but had to face a humiliating defeat by 6-3 from the hands of Tottenham Hotspur U21. On the other hand, Liverpool were beaten by 3-0 and 4-3 by Manchester United and Southampton U21 in the first two matches of the Premier League but Liverpool has made a very good comeback after that. Both these teams have faced each other twice in the U21 Premier league yet and Liverpool won the first match by 3-1 while the second match resulted as a draw. So it shows that it is going to be a very tough competition.
Man City vs Liverpool U21 Premier League Match Prediction:
After the analysis of both teams recent performances, we think that Liverpool will win this match with a one goal lead over Manchester City. Liverpool team looks to be in good form and has shown more consistent performance in recent matches.