Manchester United Starting XI Prediction vs Liverpool FC

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Manchester United host Liverpool on Sunday and the balance of power between the two sides hasn’t been this lopsided in a very very long time. With a loss, and a combination of other possible results, United could honestly find themselves in the relegation zone!

Meanwhile Liverpool are top of the table with an eight point cushion. United also have to go to war with the army they have, not the army they want, and their forces are sans Paul Pogba and David de Gea. In other words, they’re heading into a match as heavy underdogs, and doing so without their MVP and their most talented outfield player.

Nevertheless, United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer remains upbeat and committed to the long term vision. “I’m confident in what we’re trying to do and with my staff, I’ve been so impressed,” the Norwegian said.

“We have a plan and we have made some decisions in the short term that we knew would harm us but in the long term would benefit us, and that’s part of the plan.

“Results are always the main thing and we can move forward quicker with results and performances.”

Let’s take a look at what first 11 OGS might go with in the “circle the date” grudge match.

anthony martial

Manchester United Starting XI Prediction vs Liverpool FC

 Anthony Martial     Marcus Rashford    Daniel James

Nemanja Matic    Scott McTominay Juan Mata

 Ashley Young     Victor Lindelof    Harry Maguire   Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Sergio Romero

Liverpool at Manchester United: Sunday October 20, 4:30 pm, Old Trafford

Team News Articles: United  Liverpool

Early match preview: go to this link

Starting XI Predictions: United  Liverpool

Press Conference Videos, Quotes: United  Liverpool

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Odds: Liverpool win 4/5, Man United win 5/4

Google Result Probability: Liverpool win 55%, Man United win 24%, Draw 21%

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  1. man u win

  2. Simon Peter says

    Win for man utd

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