Liverpool vs Manchester United should be a very interesting match during the 23rd Round of Premier League, at Anfield, in Liverpool. Liverpool is still unbeaten in PL and have already 14 points difference with the nearest chaser Manchester City. At the moment Red Devils are 27 points behind Reds. English teams didn’t had any holidays, like other top leagues, so they should be on top of their form without any season stops. Previously Liverpool won twice and teams played 2 draws at Old Trafford during the last 5 meetings. Read our thoughts about this interesting Premier League Liverpool vs Manchester United match and get the best betting tips here below.

Liverpool vs Manchester United

Liverpool

The Reds are unbeaten during this season in Premier League. Moreover, they now have 51 games unbeaten at Anfield in a row. After 21 matches played in PL they won 20 and collected already 61 points. This result could be the new record of PL if they continue this streak. Most interesting, that during the last 5 matches they won all games and saved clean sheet in all meetings. In general, Liverpool started to play much better in defence and conceded only 14 goals this season in PL. However, at the beginning of the season, they played much weaker in defence. We expect from them continue playing such a strong and confident football, especially being at Anfield.

Manchester United

The Red Devils stand at the moment at 5th place with only 9 wins after 22 games. They are far from their best form as they are great and strong playing against mid-class teams like Newcastle, Norwich or Burnley, but they were defeated by Arsenal on constant rival Citizens. A very strong and talented squad play very unstable football under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Still, several important players are injured and the attacking leade Marcus Rashford very likely will miss the next game due to lower back injury. Moreover, Ashley Young, United ex-captain left the club for Inter Milan by agreed 1.4m fee. Harry Maguire named the new squad captain and will lead the team with new responsibilities.

 

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