On Sunday, the biggest game of MatchDay 27 in the Premier League will be played. While Chelsea and Manchester City will both be slugging it out in the EFL Cup final, Liverpool and Manchester United will lock horns in the Premier League.
Going into this game, there’s a lot depending on the game, for both sides. For Manchester United, the battle for the top four is gaining momentum. The Red Devils remain undefeated under the management of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the Premier League.
Man. United currently has 51 points in the league. Both Arsenal and Chelsea have 50 points. From this stage on, these three clubs will keenly contest for every available point, including Manchester United. For the Red Devils, there’s extra incentive to defeat the Scousers.
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Manchester United and Liverpool have one of the biggest rivalries in English football. Jurgen Klopp’s side is on the verge of a maiden Premier League title. Winning this league title will see them draw level with Man. United for number of titles won.
Although stopping Liverpool from winning the title will automatically pave the way for Man. City to win the league, Man. United will rather have that than see Liverpool win the title. Most United fans would rather see City win the title rather than Liverpool.
In the league, Liverpool is enjoying a rather amazing season. They remain undefeated at Anfield in the Premier League this season. However, the same cannot be said for their away form. The last away game they played saw them draw against West Ham.
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This is the reverse fixture of the one played in December. United suffered a 3-1 loss to Liverpool, a loss that ended Jose Mourinho’s stint as manager of the side. Since Solskjaer took over, United has only lost once, against PSG in the UCL.
This makes them a potential banana peel for Liverpool as they chase the PL title. This is not the same side that the Reds took apart at Anfield last year. This side has a Marcus Rashford that is banging in goals steadily. There’s Ander Herrera and of course the magic of Pogba.
During this run, they’ve scored an average of 2.56 goals per match.
How many goals do you think they will score in this game?
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This is the perfect time for Liverpool to show what stuff they are really made of. A loss to United will see them relinquish their lead at the top of the table. And it may as well start the downward spiral for the Reds.
In all, it’s a game that both sides cannot afford to lose. So, which of them do you think has what it takes to win this game? Leave us your comments and share your thoughts with us.