Manchester United and Liverpool face off in the Premier League’s biggest game of the weekend as the Reds look to remain at the top of the Premier League table while the Red Devils look to close the gap on the top four before it gets too big.
Liverpool needed to win 1-0 at home in the Champions League on Tuesday, and the Reds did just that now they would turn their attention towards unseating Manchester City at the top of the league table as the Cityzens are expected to beat Everton on Saturday.
Liverpool have won 13 of their 16 Premier League games this season and remain the only English team yet to be beaten at this stage of the season.
Manchester United suffered a 2-1 loss against Valencia in their Champions League game on Wednesday, while that is not an ideal way to prepare for a game against Liverpool, their fans would feel that was a hugely understrength United side.
With Liverpool facing an injury crisis in defence, Manchester United would be looking to take advantage and maintain their good record under Jose Mourinho against the Reds.
Manchester United have won 1 and drawn 3 of their last 4 meetings with Liverpool.