The game will be the first Premier League encounter to be played since coronavirus caused the season to be suspended exactly 100 days ago.
In a video posted on the champions' official Twitter account, City's ground has been reimagined with huge tarpaulins covering what would otherwise have been empty seats.
An enormous 'tifo' style display reading 'CITY' in club colours - white on sky blue - covers the entire top two sections of one side of the stadium.
The Manchester City crest and a club motto 'We're not really here' adorn the lower tier, alongside various brand sponsors.
Featuring a soundtrack which could easily be mistaken for an Oasis song, the drone footage pans around the cavernous stadium.
On the middle tier of the stadium sees various motifs, one says 'We see things they'll never see', which are lyrics written by famous City fan Noel Gallagher from Oasis' 90s hit entitled 'Live Forever'.
The Reds lead City by a mammoth 25 points and the Anfield outfit need just two wins to seal their first championship since 1990.
In other news, the 'Noisy Neighbours' say they will invite David Silva back to the club whenever fans are allowed to return to receive a fitting farewell for his decade of service to the club.
The 34-year-old has already decided he wants another challenge, with Qatar rumoured to be the Spanish World Cup-winning midfielder's favoured option.
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It means the final games of Silva's City career that encompasses all the honours won during the Sheikh Mansour era will be played behind closed doors.
"It is unfortunate David is going to finish his last games here without people," said Guardiola. "No-one wants it but the situation is what it is.
"David will stay until the end of the season, then, when everything is returning to normal he will come back and hopefully he can have a big farewell with people."