As if the last meeting between both sides was not enough, fans will get another edition of the Battle of the Reds this weekend. When Manchester United welcome Liverpool to the Theatre of Dreams, it’ll be the second meeting between the two sides this month alone.
Earlier, they clashed in the Premier League, with both sides attempting to climb up the log table. However, both sides failed to score as the game ended in a stalemate.
The not-so-silent rivalry between two of England’s most successful clubs will again play out this weekend. Asides pride and bragging rights, there’s more at stake this time around.
This FA Cup Clash between Man. Utd and Liverpool is a winner-takes-all tie. In other words, this knockout tie must produce a winner and a loser.
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Both sides enter this FA Cup clash on opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of form.
For Manchester United, they’re enjoying what can be called the form of their lives. Top of the table, the Red Devils have only lost one of their last 10 games. And that was a 2-0 defeat at the hands of their noisy neighbors, Manchester City.
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With only three losses since December, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men are riding high. Already being touted as possible league champions, the Red Devils will be looking to at least lay their hands on a trophy this season.
Having fallen short in the past few years, they will be hoping to get it right this time.
A first league loss in 69 games. Just three wins in their last 10 games. Only five goals in their last six games.
That’s just the beginning of Liverpool’s woes. It’s been a strange start to the year for the Reds. They have only won once since the year began – a 4-1 win against an Aston Villa side that did not feature any senior player.
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Both managers have clashed four times. And the Manchester United manager has never registered a win. Looking at the bigger picture, three of the last five meetings between both sides has failed to produce a winner. Liverpool have scored six of the last seven goals in the last five editions of this game.
Being a cup game, everything is on the line for both managers. As they clash in the fourth round of football’s oldest competition, which team do you think will come out on top? Is it the Reds of Manchester or the Reds of Liverpool?
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