Manchester United v Liverpool will be a large game. Two enormous metropolitan towns, two fanbases and two clubs — that is a competition which captures the imagination of millions all over the world.
That said, the disparity between both sides hasnt been so large in a very long time. United have won only four of the last 17 from the league — and find themselves eight points while Liverpool have won their last 17 Premier League matches. Ill repeat this: Manchester United Football Club have won four of their past 17 Premier League football matches.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not very likely to outfox Jurgen Klopp in the strategic battle on Sunday, while injuries to Paul Pogba, and in particular David de Gea, have tipped the balance much more in Liverpools favour (as if they had it…).
If United could choose one player not to have hurt ahead of the game, it would be de Gea. Alisson and Joel Matip are predicted to be matched to make things worse — if it rains, it pours.
There are arguments to be made for this to be also the side that is worst, and also the best Liverpool side weve seen in the Premier League era, and we are likely to realize this.
There is not a good deal longer to say, actually. It is inconceivable that Liverpool drop points against this United side, and 4/6 for an away win (that was a frankly ridiculous 11/10 last week), should be snapped . That is value.
Another decent-looking bit of significance is always for Sadio Mane to score in any time.
The Senegalese goal machine has netted four times during his last five Premier League games, also scored at Anfield against United last year — contributing to the downfall of Jose Mourinho.
As Liverpools chief goal threat 13/8 looks to evaluate at any time against a side riddled with woe and injuries.
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