The stand-out fixture is at Anfield where reigning champions Manchester City are in town to face Liverpool - with the pair tied on 19 points at the top of the table. "Riyad Mahrez was taking them really well in training all week, but it happens and we have to move on", said Stones. We can not wait until they [City] are not there any more.
Speaking about Mahrez, he said: "He had the courage and the balls to take the penalty, in training he shoots ideal penalties but sometimes it happens". In that situation, they are much better than us.
"It's too early to be thinking about the title, we know it is tough to win", he said.
"But the crowd was in really unhappy with the Napoli performance at times".
Pep Guardiola had lost on all three of his previous visits to Anfield as City manager and the champions looked unnerved from their recent experiences early on. In the last 15 minutes they had two big chances and scored a goal.
Liverpool roared out of the traps in typically high-octane style with Mohamed Salah fizzing just wide.
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Klopp made two changes two his side from midweek, with centre-back Dejan Lovren and captain Jordan Henderson replacing Trent Alexander-Arnold and Naby Keita in the starting eleven. Both back fours bossed their area of the pitch and ensured their teams earned a valuable point, so praise them for it rather than muttering about negativity and "parking the bus".
City quickly neutralised Liverpool's threat by keeping possession for long periods without forcing Alisson Becker into a save before the break.
Opposite number Jurgen Klopp had no issues about the late award of the penalty.
"I'm hoping this is the game of the season, with everyone at their best".
Mourinho has strangled the life out of games at Anfield a couple of times and been condemned for it, but Guardiola now appears to have taken a leaf out of the United manager's book by accepting that tactics need to be altered for games like these.
Guardiola did not blame Mahrez for missing the penalty - which was blazed high above the bar - but did apologise to Gabriel Jesus for not allowing him to take it.