The eyes of the football world will be on Anfield this Sunday when Premier League pioneers Manchester United face second-put Liverpool, wanting to move six focuses clear at the top.
DAVID DE GEA
Sam Carney composes…
The Spaniard has come up trumps for United in this apparatus previously, with his unimaginable stretch to deny Joel Matip in October 2017’s goalless draw at Anfield seemingly the pick of the bundle.
Whatever the table says and anyway you take a gander at the new structure, Liverpool are unbeaten in 67 Premier League games at home – they won’t neglect that record without a battle.
I’m anticipating that an end should end experience, with a lot of chances for both front threes. De Gea should be on his toes to keep up his great record against Mane, Salah and co.
Adam Marshall composes…
Rashford has caused Trent Alexander-Arnold issues before and, despite the fact that the full-back is excellent going ahead, he can be uncovered by the speed and capacity of someone like our no.10.
I figure Marcus will savor facing his England partner and, without Virgil van Dijk to clear up, the Merseysiders will be careful about confronting someone who has done well against them before, though fundamentally at Old Trafford.
He missed this apparatus last season and has been exceptionally beneficial out and about. Whatever framework Ole conveys, you can be certain Marcus is probably going to be a critical weapon in it.
Imprint Froggatt composes…
With Anthony Martial confronting a late wellness test, El Matador could fire in advance and it is significant he has a superb record on Merseyside this season, having scored twice across our association and cup triumphs over Everton at Goodison Park.
Cavani’s experience, road smarts and elite development could be essential against a physical issue tormented Liverpool guard that is maybe somewhat uncertain of itself.
Edinson has recently confronted our adversaries on four events with previous clubs Napoli and Paris Saint-Germain, enrolling two aids the cycle, however could his first objective show up on Sunday? Possibly it is only the prospect of a Uruguayan striker scoring for United at Anfield, however I have a positive sentiment about our no.7.