Liverpool vs Man Utd live stream
Liverpool take on Manchester United on Monday night and you can watch the Premier League action online via a high-quality stream courtesy of Now TV.
The live Sky Sports coverage from Anfield will commence at 7pm, with kickoff at 8pm.
And you can tune in whenever you like as Now TV gives you 24 hours of Sky Sports access from the moment you sign up for a one-off discounted price of £6.29.
No contract, no commitment, just £6.29 to legally watch the biggest game of the season without worrying about picture quality or pop-up ads.
Liverpool should be able to field their first-choice back four because defenders Nathaniel Clyne and Dejan Lovren – who both missed out on representing their respective countries during the recent international break – have been declared fit.
Further forward, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is sweating on the availability of midfielders Georginio Wijnaldum and Adam Lallana.
Neither Wijnaldum or Lallana have been ruled out, but both remain doubtful with respective hip and groin complaints.
Lallana has arguably been Liverpool’s best player this season, so Klopp may opt to play him even if his condition is not 100%.
Phil Jones in definitely out for United, but Luke Shaw is back after missing four games with a groin strain.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is also ready to return, having overcome his thigh problem, but he may have to settle for a place on the bench.
I disagree with both of them. This could be very tricky for Liverpool and I’m sticking my virtual money on an away win.
If United keep the ball well, Jose Mourinho’s side will frustrate the hosts. And, with magicians like Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the pitch, it would be a big surprise if Klopp’s men kept their first Premier League clean sheet of the season. I’ll say 2-1 to United.
Head to head
No side has beaten Liverpool more times in Premier League history than Man Utd, who have recorded 27 wins in 48 matches.
Liverpool have beaten United 13 times in the modern top flight, while there have been eight draws between the teams.
United took six points off Liverpool last season, but Klopp’s Reds got revenge by winning a two-legged Europa League tie 3-1 on aggregate.
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