City can wrap up the title against Jose Mourinho's side on Saturday with a win, but Guardiola wants to focus on the Champions League.
'There's a lot of respect, because all three have scored plenty of goals and they've also set up many more, ' he said.
Both teams warmed up for the tie with away league wins over the weekend as Liverpool cemented their third-place position in the table with a 2-1 triumph at Crystal Palace, while City eased to a 3-1 victory over Everton at Goodison Park.
Salah is set to pose the greatest attacking threat to City, having already scored 37 goals in all competitions this season, and Van Dijk believes the Egypt worldwide is nearly unstoppable when at his best.
The 47-year-old coach, who is on the brink of leading Man City to Premier League title glory, acknowledged the difficulty of their upcoming game at Anfield.
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"We lost a bit of control, we were involved in the environment of Anfield", Guardiola said of that second league meeting.
There is no doubt that Liverpool's 19-year-old right back Trent Alexander-Arnold is a talented and promising player, but he faces a huge challenge up against the speed and skill of City's German left winger Leroy Sané.
'He's a top guy who knows how to deal with players and how to treat them.
However, many believe that the tie is too close to call and feel that the Merseysiders' European pedigree will stand to them against the Citizens.
AS soon as the Champions League draw was made, Ilkay Gundogan picked up his phone and sent a text. But do we know we have a chance?
"As defenders we need to step up our game obviously and make sure we are aware".
"Did we think before the first game we would lose 5-0? No. I said, 'See you soon" and sent him a little smiley emoji, to which he answered with a smiley as well'.