Manchester United’s clash against Liverpool is going to be very fascinating to watch for most of the neutral fans. On one side, there is a team which is struggling with injury issues, managerial issues and whatnot, and on the other side we have a high flying team who are yet to drop a point in the Premier League.
With their number one player David De Gea out due to injury and other four key players who are might or might not be fit to start, the scenario sure looks bleak for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer red devils.
Man Utd are possibly facing the worst crisis of all times right now with just two wins from 13 games, and their probability of winning a clash against Liverpool who have won all of their last 17 fixtures is pretty much similar to the probability of Ole not getting fired if the situation continues.
This midfield, however, could surprise a few people.
Many loyals would remember the game from the last season when after losing three players to injury in the first half, Scott McTominay and Andreas Pereira badgered the Liverpool midfield with utter abandon, as if manically possessed, with the result being… a dead game.
That is exactly what Manchester United will be expecting again. A dead game. A game where no matter what, Liverpool’s attack must not make an impact.