Where City have faced a fixture against a team just promoted from the Championship (Wolves, Fulham and Cardiff), last season's data has been taken from the fixture against the team relegated to make way for them (Swansea, West Brom and Stoke).
Mahrez missed a penalty which meant Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea are all level on points. "Of course, the Liverpool fans want him to play bad and he wants to play good, but I won't [leave him out] for that reason". Despite having made just one start in a red shirt this season, the 24-year-old is trusting the process. "I want to keep doing it and keep everyone happy". "They came as they champions and it was lucky they didn't score but also unlucky we didn't score either".
Arsenal are improving under Unai Emery, and have won six league games on the bounce to move into the top four. But I don't think about [the abuse] because even, if that happens, being so young, maybe it affects him, maybe it doesn't. It makes no sense to moan about it when you are in it but now it is over so I can moan about it.
Virgil van Dijk has said Manchester City's caution at Anfield was a sign of respect for Liverpool and promised to learn from the foul that nearly cost Jürgen Klopp's team their unbeaten start to the Premier League season.
But as the match meandered towards a conclusion, Leroy Sane was brought down in the box by Virgil van Dijk.
"I think it is not about these games, it is all about the other games, the hard games which we have against mid-table and lower teams", the centre-half said.
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"We had a chance at 0-0 for Danny Ings, if that goes in we get a different frame of mind", he said.
The two unbeaten sides are now on the same 20-point mark as Chelsea, which coasted to a 3-0 win at Southampton earlier in the day.
"After the worldwide break there are three important games against Huddersfield, Red Star and Cardiff so we want to be ready for that".
"And with City eyeing further progress in the Champions League - where they will face other fast, reactive teams - Mahrez feels the knowledge that they can be canny at the back and still trouble teams going forward, is a big stride forward".
"I look at Liverpool's midfield and I bet they are three great lads, who work their socks off but they just haven't got that little bit of quality in games like this to look one way and deliver a pass the other way".