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​Klopp would prefer Liverpool away to Man City than neutral venue

Manchester City's win over Burnley not only keeps Liverpool waiting to cinch the title but means they could win it againstCity next week at the Etihad Stadium.

Asked about the possibility of the match being moved to a neutral venue, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp said: "Honestly, I would prefer it is in Manchester, otherwise it would be really difficult to organise.

"I don't know how it would be but it would not be in Liverpool so it would mean we both have to go somewhere where we both need a hotel. That is the only issue.

"Apart from that, we play where they send us to. I would prefer it in Manchester but I don't know about the process. I wait until the final information is confirmed, whether it is Manchester or not. It would be a challenge for both clubs."

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