Manchester United v Liverpool will be a game. Two footballing cities, two fanbases and two clubs that are huge — this is.
Having said that the disparity between both sides hasn’t been so large at a very long moment. United have won only four of their last 17 in the league — and now find themselves eight points over name rivals Manchester City — while Liverpool have won their past 17 Premier League games. I’ll repeat that.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not likely to outfox Jurgen Klopp from the strategic battle on Sunday, although injuries to Paul Pogba, and in particular David de Gea, have tipped the balance even more in Liverpool’s favour (as if they had it…).
If United could choose one player not to get hurt ahead of the match, it would be Gea. Joel Matip and Alisson are expected to be matched to make matters worse — it pours if it rains.
There are arguments to be made for this to be the finest Liverpool side we have observed in the Premier League era, and also the worst United facet, and we are going to find this exhibited in full power on Sunday.
There is not a whole lot more to say, actually. It is inconceivable that Liverpool fall points against this United side, and 4/6 for an away win (that was a very ridiculous 11/10 last week), ought to be snapped . That is price.
Another decent-looking piece of value will be at any moment for Sadio Mane to evaluate.
The Senegalese goal machine scored against United at Anfield last year, also has netted four times in his last five Premier League matches — leading to the downfall of Jose Mourinho.
As the main goal threat of Liverpool nowadays, 13/8 resembles a healthy cost for him to score at any given time against a negative riddled with injuries and woe.

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