They've drawn 2 and they put their near-perfect record on the line when they travel to Anfield this Sunday to face Liverpool.
Merseyside is the scene for the upcoming encounter between runaway leaders City and top-four hopefuls Liverpool, who between them have bagged an astonishing 114 goals after 22 league matches this season.
Salah has been world class for Liverpool this season and his return is absolutely brilliant for Klopp.
While City have been irresistible at times this season, this is a strong Liverpool side - strengthened by the addition of Virgil van Dijk in defence. All the talk in the build-up to this game is about how City are near-unbeatable, but Liverpool have not suffered defeat in front of their own supporters since April 23 - just 18 days after City's last setback at English football's top tier.
Manchester City is one of the best teams in the world and they will know that this is a game that they are expected to win.
The Egyptian joined the Reds last summer from AS Roma, with many concerns over him due to his unsuccessful spell with Chelsea back in 2014. "In two or three weeks, when we play Basel in the Champions League, he could be ready, two or three weeks he will be ready, I think".