How to watch Liverpool vs Manchester United live, stream link and start time
Kick off: 17:30am UK, Sunday (Dec. 17)
Liverpool vs Man United
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This weekend, (Liverpool vs Man United) Jurgen Klopp’s team leads the Premier League standings, and they maintained their momentum last time out with a thrilling comeback victory at Crystal Palace.
Although Klopp has acknowledged that Liverpool hasn’t played at its best for the majority of the season, the fact that this has been the case, they have only lost once, and they are currently at the top of the table says all you need to know about the potential of this new-look team. The Egyptian sensation Mohamed Salah, who enjoys playing against Manchester United, became just the sixth player in Liverpool’s history to reach 200 goals for the team last week.
Manchester United has had a really difficult week as Erik ten Hag comes under increasing pressure. They finished bottom of their group and were eliminated from the Champions League and Europe for this season after losing 1-0 to Bayern Munich on Tuesday after being thrashed 3-0 at home by Bournemouth the previous weekend. United is only 10 points behind Liverpool in sixth position in the Premier League, which is somewhat surprising. However, for the most of this season, their results have covered up their really concerning performances. United can’t afford another collapse this weekend after losing 7-0 to Liverpool in their previous season. Erik ten Hag could not have a job at Liverpool if they lose badly there once more.
COMPARE THE FACTS :Comparatively
– In the last five league games, Liverpool has prevailed four times, scoring four goals or more in each of those wins.
– United has only scored once in their last eight league and cup games played at Anfield (D3, L5).
– Out of eighteen games, they have won four (D7, L7) versus Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp.
– Only matches between Everton and Liverpool have resulted in as many Premier League red cards as this one.
– This season, the Reds have won all 11 of their home games across all competitions, scoring 35 goals and giving up seven.
– The lone setback Liverpool has suffered in its last 49 Premier League home games comes from a 2-1 loss to Leeds in October 2022.
– This season, Liverpool has gained a league-high 18 points despite dropping spots.
– In his twelve league and cup appearances against Manchester United, Mohamed Salah has netted a goal in six of those encounters.
– With his ten Premier League goals against United, Salah has tied Alan Shearer’s record.
– In their last 13 Premier League away games against teams that begin the day in the top eight of the table, United has lost ten of those games and has not won any of them.
– With a league-low 7.4% shot conversion rate this season, Erik ten Hag’s team has the largest deficit between goals scored (18) and projected goals (25.7).
– A club record, they have not drawn any of their last 23 games in the top division.
– This season, the Red Devils have dropped 12 of their 24 games across all competitions, matching the 62 losses they suffered in 62 games in 2022–2023 combined.
– They have lost 19 games in the league and cup in 2023, which is the most they have lost in a calendar year since losing 20 games in 1989.