The sides have had dramatically contrasting fortunes so far this season, with Liverpool sitting eight points clear at the top while United are way down the table in 12th place.
"Can you see Man United going up against Liverpool and saying, 'Right". Our writers have set it all out for you in much more comprehensive style in our Premier League weekend preview piece here. We're going to go and beat you. Probably, yes. He got a certain amount of success from playing in a counter-attacking way but it was still progressive. I think that's the way he'll go. "We have to make sure if they want to change it they have to start a week later". And Mauricio Pochettino's side aren't so low on confidence that they will lose at home to rock-bottom Watford, are they? To do it this week he's going to stop the supply line. Man City are the champions, they're defending their title and we want to get it.
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"I think you have to love the club, and you have to stay at the club for a long time".
"The players from the global duty they all came back healthy which is very important".
Meanwhile, Sky Sports have confirmed that Roy Keane and Jose Mourinho will be joining regular pundits Graeme Souness, Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher on a heavyweight panel of analysts for Sunday's United v Liverpool game at Old Trafford.