Liverpool's long title wait a warning for Manchester United

Liverpool's long title wait a warning for Manchester United

Liverpool's long title wait a warning for Manchester United

"We know if we perform at our best level, we can compete with them, like we did at Old Trafford earlier this season, when they got only one point".

If Liverpool is close to the final article, but not quite - as Graeme Souness thought in Dublin last week, imagine if they had a midfielder maestro of the caliber of Kevin De Bruyne at their disposal - it is much more hard to say whether Manchester United, consistent only in their inconsistency, are a work in progress or regression. Jesse Lingard replaced Rashford in a game United eventually won 1-0, courtesy of a goal from Juan Mata.

"I can't tell you now", Solskjaer told a news conference on Friday.

Liverpool are 27 points above fifth-placed United in the table going into their meeting and have every right to be supremely confident about picking up another win during their remarkable season. "The two most meaningful wins of the season that fans will look for - and the fixtures they'll look for before a ball is kicked - is Everton and Manchester United".

Manchester United travel to Anfield to face high-flying Liverpool but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might not have the services of star attacker.

That was an additional, unexpected boost for Klopp who is delighted to have Fabinho and Joel Matip back after lengthy spells out injured.

Marcus Rashford is a major doubt for United after aggravating a back injury in midweek.

Midfield: Manchester United will continue to be without Paul Pogba as he's still recovering from ankle surgery while Scott McTominay is also still on the sidelines with a knee ligament injury.

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The tactic failed with the Foxes unable to feed their top scorer, who was largely anonymous and touched the ball only 22 times.

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