The Liverpool coach admits his domestic rivals have been treated unfairly if the match schedule through 2020 is congested.
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klop said Manchester City must play two Premier League games for 48 hours.
The Guardiola side will face the wolf on Dec. 27 and then host Sheffield United on Dec. 29.
City’s manager has already expressed anger at scheduling and even wrote a letter of protest to the Premier League.
Liverpool have been forced to play the Club World Cup against the Carabao Cup in the past 24 hours, choosing to play two different sides in each game.
After claiming the Club World Cup, the Reds are now back in the Premier League and have now scored 10 points.
Prior to the boxing day clash with Leicester City, Klop stressed that his team can not afford to miss Manchester City setting new standards for domestic consistency.
Such consistency shown by Manchester City over the past three years is incredible and very difficult. So they became champions two years ago and last year we had a lot of help and they helped us a lot when we tried to catch up with them. They did it in an incredible way.