Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will be looking for his side to bounce back quickly and prove a point after a disappointing defeat against Man City.

The champions received a guard of honour from Pep Guardiola's side before they suffered a 4-0 defeat - only their second league loss.

However, Jurgen Klopp says his side will move on and learn from it - like they have done for the last five years under the German manager.

Klopp said: "We learned a lot in the last few years. In this game, the strange circumstances are 'how to deal with champions and playing a week later against one of best teams in the world'

"They had nothing to lose, we had nothing to win. To deal with it is a challenge."

He added: "These boys will go again and what we have learned is we're ready to work really hard and that the key moments decide the game. We knew that before but we couldn't do it last night.

"The new facts are clear, we will show we can deal with that. We showed a lot last night."

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Win, lose or draw

Home win. Liverpool are unbeaten at Anfield in the Premier League since April 23, 2017. That won't change this weekend. 3-0 to the Reds to bounce back in style after Thursday night's defeat to Manchester City.

Who are you backing for first goalscorer

I think Mohamed Salah might be the first name on the scoresheet on Sunday but if that is a little unoriginal how about a header from Virgil van Dijk?

Who is on penalty duties?

That will be Salah. James Milner if he starts and the Egpytian does not.

Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah celebrate victory after the Premier League match between Liverpool and Manchester United

Will they keep a clean sheet?

Yes, Thursday night, aside, Liverpool have the best defensive record in the Premier League and will keep out a limited Villa side who will probably sit in deep.

Will the lack of fans help or hinder the side?

Liverpool were blistering in their last home match against Crystal Palace so I don't think the Reds will be too concerned about the lack of fans at Anfield.