The Spaniard claimed: "Maybe, I have an idea what we have to do tomorrow, what the guys are going to do". The way they play in every game shows what they want to do.
That said, the tie would nearly be in the balance had City scored at Anfield, but I can't see them keeping a clean sheet against the Reds who have so much pace and power on the break.
Klopp - who will make a final decision on Mohamed Salah's fitness this morning - has warned his players not to underestimate the damage City can do in tonight's Champions League quarter-final second leg. We can not forget it's just a simple game and focus on every single minute what we need to do. We are still in the lead but we didn't win so far.
"That shows the magnitude of the task facing Manchester City", Owen told BetVictor. "If they start playing as they have most of the season, keeping the ball and scoring goals, it could be a close game".
"We have to think about football: what we have to do, where we have to do it".
That is probably the biggest worry for Guardiola, because he can not afford for any of his players to have any doubts. City have the ability to score early and often and, just like Liverpool, they only know one way to play: attack, attack, attack.
The match ended with a 3-0 victory at home to Anfield in a match in which Egyptian worldwide Mohammed Salah, who opened the scoring and made the third goal, left the stadium with a slight injury.
"I'm never nervous. I am just excited".
This time, that midfield area was a little bit chaotic. "I think it is only other people who put pressure on me, but I don't care really".
"You have the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid and Bayern still there, and they have to go through against City".
"I hope we can solve all the problems we had, especially in the first half, in 10-15 minutes we conceded three goals".
Manchester City are 13 points ahead of Manchester United following their surprise 3-2 loss at the Etihad Stadium.
Jermaine Jenas was speaking to BBC Sport's Chris Bevan.