Klopp also rejected suggestions Naby Keita's move from RB Leipzig to Liverpool, set to be completed at the end of the campaign, could be brought forward to help the team cope with the departure of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona.
People tend to concentrate on the amount of goals a team scores, but what makes the difference is the amount of goals you do not concede, said Henry.
Alberto Moreno returned to training on Wednesday after a nine-game layoff and will soon be available for selection for Jurgen Klopp. Captain Jordan Henderson remains sidelined, while Nathaniel Clyne continues to be a long-term absentee.
Guardiola and Defoe will be hoping for more of the same from their respective sides in crunch clashes this weekend, with City travelling to Anfield to take on Liverpool and Bournemouth welcoming Arsenal to the Vitality Stadium.
The visitor's will travel to Merseyside without Gabriel Jesus and Phil Foden who are both now on the treatment table. I think he is more mature.
Manchester City Expected XI (4-3-3): Ederson (GK); Walker, Otamendi, Stones, Delph; Fernandinho, De Bruyne, Gundogan; Sterling, Aguero, Sane.
In the meantime, we'll be keeping you updated with all the buildup to the game, including team news as it's released, our live matchday thread, and post-match recaps from The Liverpool Offside staff.
The Sky Blues have not won at Anfield since May 2003, and the Reds have won each of the last four matches between the two on their home turf. City boast an 18-point gap over Liverpool and have not lost any of their last 33 domestic games.
The Catalan has been a dominant force in the English top-flight this season, with his team sweeping aside all before them.
Guardiola's men are 15 points clear at the summit of the Premier League, but the Spaniard is expecting a stern test from their opponents on Sunday.
"What's important is what happens over 90 minutes on the field".
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