New hostilities remain renewed this weekend as Manchester United welcome old rivals Liverpool in the Premier League. The match schedules for Sunday at Old Trafford with kickoff at 6:30 pm.
The hosts will secure a top fur finish when they manage to secure a top-four finish. On the other hand, Liverpool have a lot to do to clinch Champions League football especially with their 1-1 draw to Newcastle in their last outing.
There is match to the game for Manchester United in case they fail to register a win at Old Trafford. On the other hand, a loss will give Manchester City their long-waited hands on the Premier League this Sunday.
Moreover, most Manchester City fans will jump ships and support Liverpool to get the job done this weekend. It is always a red-letter day when these two English giants clash with many talking points and rivalry.
Furthermore, Manchester United enter the back on the back of a triumphant 6-2 win over Roma in the Europa League semi-finals first leg. All attention shifts to this match, with rivalry and bragging rights becoming a main point of contention.
In contrast, Champions League football is looking more and more of a dream for Jurgen Klopp after a series of disastrous performances. Even though the Reds are on a five-game unbeaten streak, it comprises three wins and two draws.
Manchester United vs. Liverpool Head to Head
Both teams have 35 games against each other with Manchester United taking16 wins while Liverpool with 11 wins. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
Man United 6-2 Roma
Leeds United 0-0 Man United
Man United 3-1 Burnley
Man United 2-0 Granada
Tottenham 1-3 Man United
Liverpool 1-1 Newcastle
Leeds 1-1 Liverpool
Liverpool 0-0 Real Madrid
Liverpool 2-1 Aston Villa
Real Madrid 3-1 Liverpool
Manchester United Team News
After signing a year contract extension at Old Trafford, Edinson Cavani will lead the line again this weekend. Mason Greenwood continues pushing for a start after coming off the bench in their win against Roma. Dean Henderson raised above the pecking order over Devid de Gea to start this weekend.
Arsenal Team News
Diogo Jota will be happy to add in some fresh legs to pick up his form. Nat Philips remains a major doubt in defense, leaving Fabinho to fill in at defense again alongside Ozan Kabak. Injury absentees include Jordan Henderson, Virgil Van Dijk and Joe Gomez.
Prediction and Odds
A goalless draw is a likely outcome, but Red Devils look keen on preventing rivals City from lifting the cup.
Both Teams to Score
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