But which sides is Lawrenson backing to take three points this weekend?
"I said at the beginning of the season he can be the new Coutinho - obviously I did not know that Coutinho was going to leave", Henry said.
"I am focused on the game against Liverpool".
Unbeaten in the league this season, City are 15 points clear of second-placed Manchester United and remain in contention to win an unpreceded treble of Premier League, Champions League, EFL Cup and FA Cup.
Their 5-0 defeat by Manchester City earlier in the season was Jurgen Klopp's heaviest defeat in all competitions as Reds manager, and his joint-heaviest ever managerial loss (Mainz were beaten 6-1 by Werder Bremen in October 2006). "I think, in two or three weeks he'll be ready and with us".
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New signing Virgil Van Dijk is expected to start Sunday's match.
However, Liverpool had already caused their opponents sufficient problems prior to Mane's dismissal for Henry to think Jurgen Klopp's team can be just as unsafe this weekend. "I'm just very happy to play for the club". The Reds are completely dominant at home against the Citizens, with 14 wins compared with just one victory for City at Anfield.
"When the fans get going and the boys play like they can, it's a really tough afternoon for whoever we play".
The Egypt worldwide completed a £39m move to Liverpool FC from Serie A giants AS Roma in the summer transfer window to bolster Jurgen Klopp's attacking options at the Merseyside club. I met him when he was there. He is constantly running behind you, and as right back or a centre back, you do not want to run that way the whole game.
Virgil van Dijk made a dream debut after scoring a late victor against the Toffees and the Dutch global is fully expected to keep his place this weekend. "They're still human. They haven't lost many games but of course they are beatable", he said. But still they need time to adapt to the intensity of a football game.