After qualifying for the League Cup semifinals in midweek, defending champion Monaco travels to Montpellier, its next opponent in the cup.
Mourinho has been complaining about a lack of options in midfield with the team being ravaged by recurring injuries to Paul Pogba, Maroune Fellaini and Michael Carrick througout season.
GETTYJoe Gomez thinks he will benefit greatly from Virgil van Dijk being at Liverpool
If unbeaten City can leave Anfield unscathed, they will have only 15 more matches in which to avoid defeat as they aim to emulate the achievements of Arsenal in 2003-04 and Preston in 1888-89, who both went an entire top-flight season without losing.
"We created a lot of chances and that's why we won in the end, but today we knew we are not going to finish our job " that will have to happen away in Bristol when we travel there", the Spaniard told the BBC.
Zinedine Zidane defends faltering Real Madrid
He has led the club to a record consecutive Champions League titles and a La Liga title since he took over at the helm. I can't imagine myself as a coach in two, three years, because things are not like that.
Manchester City, nevertheless, should have scored the opener and broke Bristol City's resolve.
The visitors, though, were not in the least intimidated and went close themselves immediately afterwards, Claudio Bravo saving Joe Bryan's long-range shot. "We win many games in the last minutes because we don't give up", City manager Pep Guardiola told Sky Sports. Kevin De Bruyne did better, forcing Fielding into the best save of the first half with a curling shot from the left flank.
Paris Saint-Germain resumes its quest for the French league title with a nine-point lead, but amid some turmoil caused by Edinson Cavani's late return from his holidays.
Ante crisis, ciudadanos consumen comida para perros — Venezuela
La falta de alimentos en Venezuela ha obligado a la ciudadanía de este país a consumir (y vender) comida para animales para así poder sobrevivir.
City sent Jesus to Barcelona for a check-up on Thursday, little over 10 days after the Palace game, and Guardiola says the striker could be back in action within three weeks.
Yet the Championship side looked threatening on the break and, after the hosts had their own penalty appeal turned down when Bailey Wright manhandled Stones, referee Anthony Taylor pointed to the spot at the other end.
But despite negotiations taking place over the past week, it now has been reported there has been "no progression at all", with Keita set to stay in Germany until the summer.
Jose Mourinho: 'Alexis Sanchez is a phenomenal player'
Conte has accused Mourinho of being a "fake" and described him as "a little man" as the bitter feud escalated between the pair. After months of avoiding questions over Sanchez's future, Wenger has finally admitted that the Chilean will leave the Gunners.