Manchester United v Liverpool will always be a game. Two footballing cities, two enormous fanbases and 2 huge clubs — that is a competition which captures the imagination of millions around the world.
That saidthe disparity between the two sides hasnt been this large in a very long time. While Liverpool have won their past 17 Premier League games –and now find themselves eight points over title rivals Manchester City–United have won just four of the last 17 from the league. I will repeat this: Manchester United Football Club have won four of their past 17 Premier League football games.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not likely to outfox Jurgen Klopp in the tactical battle on Sunday, while injuries to Paul Pogba, and specifically David de Gea, have tipped the balance even more in Liverpools favour (as if they needed it…).
It would be de Gea, if United could choose one player to not have hurt ahead of the match. To make things worse, Joel Matip and Alisson are anticipated to be fit — it pours if it rains.
There are arguments to be made for this to be the finest Liverpool side weve seen in the Premier League era, and also the United facet, and we are likely to see this displayed in full power on Sunday.
There is not a good deal longer to say, really. It is inconceivable that Liverpool fall points against this United aspect, and 4/6 to an away win (which was a very ridiculous 11/10 last week), ought to be snapped . That is still value that is significant.
Another piece of value will be always for Sadio Mane to score in any moment.
The Senegalese goal machine leading to the downfall of Jose Mourinho, also scored against United last season — has netted four times in his last five Premier League games.
As Liverpool goal hazard 13/8 looks to score at any time against a side riddled with injuries and woe.

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