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Liverpool v Man City: Why Premier League title rivals are 'near perfect'

BBC Sport Thursday, 7 November 2019
Liverpool and Manchester City have elevated themselves to a state of "near perfection" - as they prepare to go head to head, we break down the stats behind their amazing records.
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