The Quadruple is still on for this Liverpool side who already have the League Cup under their belts, while they’re in the final of the FA Cup and semi-final of the Champions League. The draw with leaders Man City last time out kept them very much in the race for the Premier League title too, though dropped points here would be a huge blow to their challenge.
A Cristiano Ronaldo inspired Man United saw off Norwich 3-2, though ultimately the game should never have been that close, and with performances like that fans will already be looking forward to next season under Erik Ten Hag, despite currently sitting just three points off the top four.
It’s a surprise they’re still in the hunt for Champions League football next season with just four wins from their last 13 matches in all competitions now. What’s more, they’re winless from their four matches against the current top three, with their clashes against Man City and Liverpool combined seeing them lose all three by an aggregate score line of 11-1.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have only lost twice in the league all season, with both defeats coming away from home at the London and King Power Stadiums. Prior to their 2-2 thriller with City, the Reds were on a 10 game winning streak and, even more impressively, they’d only conceded twice along that run.
Ultimately, Liverpool should have too much for their rivals on this occasion, especially when you consider they haven’t dropped a single point at Anfield since the end of October.
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It's unclear whether talisman Cristiano Ronaldo will take the field this evening after the devastating news surrounding his son, and that absence could be detrimental to the visitors’ chances. In the six games Ronaldo hasn’t started this season, United are winless despite facing just two of the top eight in that run.
United have only won once at Anfield in the Jurgen Klopp era, with that coming in the first outing and they have a D3-L3 record since.
Notably, the visitors scored just once across those six outings, and with Liverpool’s current defensive record we’d be surprised if they were to leak goals on this occasion, while they’re attacking prowess should run riot over an out of sorts United backline.
Indeed, no side has more than Liverpool’s 2.55 goals per game this year, while they’ve managed two or more goals in 10 of their last 12 league outings.
Similarly, 10 of their 12 home wins this season have come by at least two clear strikes, and the handicap looks to be the way to go here against a travelling side that have struggled immensely of late.
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