Man City and Liverpool write letters to their fans warning them against missile throwing and tragedy chanting during Saturday’s heavyweight Premier League clash

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Fans have been warned not to throw missiles or engage in tragedy chanting during the match, according to the SKY BLAST TV. Previous games between the Premier League rivals have seen fans misbehave and both clubs are keen to avoid any more disorder.

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Just one point separates the two teams in the Premier League table going into the crunch clash. City are top on 28 points from their opening 12 games, while Liverpool are just a point behind.

Concerns over potential trouble in the fixture has already meant that the police have refused permission for the game to kick off at 5.30pm local time. It will instead start at 12.30pm in a move which has angered Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.

The German has hit out at the lack of preparation time for his players, although Manchester City defender Kyle Walker has fired back by insisting he’s feeling sharp.

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