Liverpool U23s are back in action on Sunday when they host Manchester City in Premier League 2 at Prenton Park - a match you can watch exclusively live on LFCTV and LFCTV GO.

Neil Critchley's side have won their opening three Premier League 2 games, and will hope for another quality performance in front of the live cameras.

Ahead of the game at Tranmere Rovers FC, here is our match preview...

Where is the game being played? The match is at Prenton Park, with kick-off set for 1pm BST.

How can I watch the game? We are showing this game live on LFCTV and LFCTV GO with our coverage starting at 12.30pm.

If you want to attend the game, admission on the gate on the day is just £3 for adults and £1 for children and concessions. Members and season ticket holders can gain admission free of charge, simply by bringing their cards to the ground.

Last season head-to-head: In the away fixture, City won 1-0, but at Prenton Park the young Reds won a thrilling encounter 3-2. Ben Woodburn scored twice and Matty Virtue came off the bench to net a stoppage-time winner.

View from the manager, Neil Critchley

“It’s been a pleasing start to the season but as coaches you always want more, and we know there is always room for improvement. I have to say the application has been outstanding and that’s all you can ask for from your players. They have given us everything and it’s a direct consequence of how they have been training. It has been really competitive in a nice way, they challenge each other and they want to get better, and they have got their rewards for that.

“It was nice for the boys to pick up some silverware last week when we beat Fleetwood Town in the final of the Lancashire Cup. You always want to win things and as a player that’s what it’s all about. Full credit to Fleetwood who gave us a really tough game but we stuck together and it was great to see the boys celebrating with the trophy at the end.”

View from the player, Matty Virtue

“We have been very pleased with the way we have started the season as a group. We had a really strong pre-season, we all came back in a really good shape, and since day one we hit the ground running. Neil Critchley has worked us really hard in training, working on our shape and our movement and how he wants us to play, and I think it’s really showing in the games. In our last Premier League 2 game we came from behind to win 2-1 away at Arsenal. I thought the second-half turnaround was massive for us as a team. To score a 90th-minute winner it was great come back in the dressing room and we were all on a massive high. It was a good feeling.”