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Liverpool Vs. Man United – Everything You Need to Know!

On Sunday (4:30 pm), Liverpool will be the next team to visit Old Trafford as Man Utd looks to stop a skid of three Premier League losses in a row.

In midweek, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team won a crucial three points in the Champions League, coming back from 2-0 behind to overcome Atalanta and becoming the Group F leaders.

Previous year around, Paston Daka, Jamie Vardy, Caglar Soyuncu, and Youri Tielemans tall netted in a 4-2 loss at the King Power Stadium, which was a dismal outcome and effort.

Harry Maguire returned after hobbling off Vs. Aston Villa, but it wasn't very much the homecoming from the international break they had hoped for.

Liverpool enters the match in fantastic form, as Jürgen Klopp's team is the Premier League's sole undefeated club following five victories and three ties during their first eight matches.

They are presently 2nd in the standings, led by Mohamed Salah. They would be hoping to extend their winning streak following returning from the international break with two victories, including a 5-0 thrashing of Watford and a Tuesday victory over Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid. Get the latest football results of your favorite team online!

The Previous Encounter

This would be the first time many people saw the match after Adam Lallana's late goal in October 2019 guaranteed the teams divided the honors as Manchester United came inside moments of breaking Liverpool's league unbeaten run.

Last season, for instance, the game was played within locked doors but was also delayed due to United fans' protests; the rearranged encounter saw Klopp's team triumph 4-2.

Can I Stream Liverpool Vs. Manchester United?

Since clubs have their matchday services, the response is a loud YES in this case. You can watch live streams.

Following this matchday blog is a great way to guarantee you don't waste a kick on Sunday afternoon.

Your devoted crew from this platform can present an overview of the activity and start picking up on those enlightening moments which TV cameras may have overlooked anyhow, as is customary.

In the United Kingdom, the match would be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League, with broadcasting beginning at 1 pm in the build-up towards the game.

Replay would be shown throughout the boards late in the day, and Match of the Day will begin at 10:30 pm on BBC One.

Is There Any Team News Yet?

After receiving an injury in the 3-2 victory against Atalanta, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's has stayed tight-lipped on the availability of marquee player Bruno Fernandes.

According to the Norwegian, "Events such as Wednesday evening often result in bumps and scrapes and also have two or three players who are still nursing injuries from that match. "

"We'll give everybody time, and while we intend to select from a completely healthy squad, we may be missing two or three players. Bruno may be a skeptic, but he's doing all in his power to prepare."

The visitors would undoubtedly be missing Harvey Elliott, who is still recovering from a horrific ankle injury. However, that's not the end of the case for them. With Liverpool in a red hot form, you can't question the in-form visitors at the moment. For more latest updates, watch football today!

The Verdict

We could be wrong, but there is a high chance you will see a Liverpool win this Sunday. Even though they will be playing away from home, there is a less likely chance you can predict a clear-cut favorite in a tie as massive as this one. In-game tactics, preparations, and performance are merely a few factors that decide the fate of this clash. No doubt Liverpool is flying high right now, but a Manchester United playing at the "Theatre of Homes" can shift gears in seconds. Click here to see more league predictions.