Liverpool could look to get on the front foot as much as City.
"It's the most attractive game of the Premier League, so we want to perform well", Gundogan said to SID in Germany.
"The reality is clear so we have seven points down so it will be the second game of the second leg [of the season], so there a lot of points to play for".
"Liverpool, on the other hand, haven't encountered any problems yet this season and we don't know how they will respond when the inevitable slip does come".
"It is one of the most hard games you can play in the modern football world, away at City", Klopp said. "It's a good challenge for us".
After being bettered by Liverpool's attacking might three times last season, City manager Pep Guardiola took a different approach when the sides met at Anfield in October.
Consistent success is the mark of a truly great side and if City should reel in a Liverpool side seemingly hell bent on making history, that is a tag they will deserve. No team in the world, not even us.
Those will likely be Klopp's tactics again with Liverpool defender Andrew Robertson acknowledging City will "go full throttle into us". "We're in a good position just now but it's about continuing that and trying to build on every game that we play".
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"I know today nobody trusts us, nobody makes one coin for us, but it is what it is".
When Manchester City and Liverpool last met in the Premier League, a fixture usually bulging with goals failed to live up to its billing as the most entertaining in English soccer.
Guardiola said: "I can not figure out that what happened in the past is going to happen in the future".
Klopp, meanwhile, has paid tribute to Kevin de Bruyne, saying: We can't.
If Liverpool manages to put City to the sword on Thursday night, then 2019 may be a tough year for all of us non-Kopites.
I'm sure Tottenham fans will unashamedly applaud the valour of Liverpool's board in backing its manager; while, Arsenal will feel it may have had some hope of competing if they had also shopped in the aisles of Harrods rather than Poundland. "They're risky, I mean it".
"I have the feeling that everybody can beat us but I have the feeling that we can beat everyone else".
"We famously went 29 games unbeaten from the start of the season en route to winning the title in 1988".