Jurgen Klopp demands Man City are top choices to beat Liverpool in Champions League

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The Reds have City at Anfield in the main leg of their quarter-last tie on Wednesday night, continuing a competition which has seen 12 objectives scored in the last two gatherings between the groups.

Be that as it may, the Reds demanded their retribution in January with a 4-3 win at Anfield - finishing City's odds of completing the household season unbeaten.

In spite of that thrashing, Pep Guardiola's side remain 16 focuses clear at the highest point of the Premier League and Klopp lets it be known will be "amazingly troublesome" for his side to beat City more than two legs in Europe.

Klopp stated: "Did we think before the primary diversion we would lose 5-0? No. Did we thinkbefore the second we would win 4-3? No. Be that as it may, do we know we have a possibility? Truly.

"On the off chance that I would have had the decision to watch a Champions League diversion I would watch this one. It is about strategies however there will be fire in the amusement, and it's at Anfield so the environment will be great."

Liverpool's cautious record has enhanced significantly since Virgil van Dijk's landing in January and the Dutchman is savoring the all-English quarter-last tie in Europe.

Wizards monitor Tim Frazier enormous aficionado of Houston sports

Wizards protect Tim Frazier registered with Tuesday's diversion against the Rockets in the nick of time for James Harden to sink a 3-pointer in his face as Houston traveled past Washington for a 120-104 triumph.

The amusement wasn't Frazier's first at the Toyota Center.

The third-year man out of Penn State hails from Houston where he played at Strake Jesuit College Preparatory. He was a Houston sports fan as a child and watched Clyde Drexler and the Rockets winning in the 1990s.

"Rockets fan, Comets fan when they won four titles consecutively,"Frazier said after Tuesday's diversion as he wore a Craig Biggio shirt,"I was all the while coming to amusements with Steve Francis. I simply adored the Rockets and the Astros."