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15:55

FULL-TIME: Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United

15:55

90+3min: Final chance for Liverpool as they win a free-kick inside their own half. Simon Mignolet, go long...

...but Benteke is flagged offside from the punt forward. Should be job done for Manchester United.

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15:52

Liverpool substitution

90min: Klopp's gone with Caulker, throwing the defender on up top as James Milner departs with three additional minutes to play.

.@WayneRooney's goal was #mufc's 100th at Anfield against Liverpool. Not a bad time to do it! pic.twitter.com/SKFFwNiGBz

— Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 17, 2016

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (6) Manchester United's Wayne Rooney celebrates scoring their first goal with Daley Blind and teammates

15:52

89min: Chance for Liverpool but despite Ibe cutting the ball back for Benteke, a mix-up with another Reds attacker sees De Gea eventually gather a weak shot.

15:50

87min: Time running out for Jurgen Klopp who looks in deep thought on the touchline. He hasn't got many options for a final substitution.

Joe Allen, who rescued a 90th minute draw against Arsenal, is an option, while Steven Caulker who is a defender can also be used as an attacking target man. The former Tottenham centre-back is quite handy when it comes to heading the ball.

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15:48

From OptaJoe

7 - Liverpool have conceded more goals from corners than any other team in the Premier League this season. Statues.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 17, 2016

15:47

84min: Liverpool are struggling to build any momentum in a comeback attempt despite dominating the ball.

That Rooney goal, his 176th for Manchester United, makes him the all-time Premier League top scorer for one club eclipsing Thierry Henry's Arsenal record.

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (8) Wayne Rooney of Manchester United scores the opening goal at Anfield

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15:43

Liverpool substitution

81min: On comes the big gun for Liverpool. Christian Benteke replacing Kolo Toure to applause from the Anfield crowd.

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (10) Manchester United's Wayne Rooney celebrates scoring the opening goal at Liverpool

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (11) Rooney celebrates his goal with Morgan Schneiderlin

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15:40

GOAL! Liverpool 0-1 MANCHESTER UNITED

78min: Breakthrough! From a corner Manchester United eventually play a cross in for Fellaini and although his header hits the crossbar, it's Wayne Rooney on hand to dispatch the rebound with an effort high into the net - United's first shot on target!

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15:39

From OptaJoe

10 - Liverpool have averaged 10 shots for every goal scored this season - only Aston Villa have a worse conversion rate. Wasteful.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 17, 2016

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15:38

Liverpool substitution

76min: First change from Liverpool as Adam Lallana makes way for Jordon Ibe, who was of course dropped for this clash in favour of Lucas,

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15:38

75min: Another United booking as Fellaini sees yellow for a clumsy attempt of a challenge on Henderson.

15:36

74min: Half-chance for Liverpool. Henderson does well to spot a James Milner run down the right, whose back post cross is nodded off target by Mamadou Sakho.

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15:35

Manchester United substitution

72min: Final change for Manchester United as Memphis Depay replaces Herrera - not a popular one that with the travelling fans who are chanting the departed midfielder's name in support

15:34

70min: Just 20 minutes to go and I'm probably one of few that still thinks there is a goal in this.

It's been a much more open second half and while United still haven't had a shot on goal, they have had promising moments.

Cameron Borthwick-Jackson beats a defender well on the left before cutting along the byline and seeing a cut-back intercepted.

15:29

67min: De Gea to the rescue again! Emre Can unleashes a rocket across goal from the edge of the box, but the Manchester United keeper springs to his right to palm the ball clear before denying Firmino on the follow up. Superb goalkeeping, it really is.

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15:28

Manchester United substitution

66min: Second change for Manchester United as the anonymous Jesse Lingard is replaced by Juan Mata. Can he inspire the visitors to a first shot on target?

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15:27

64min: And there is our first yellow card of the game as Chris Smalling is booked for persistent fouling following a challenge on Roberto Firmino.

15:24

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61min: The game has FINALLY opened up and is now starting to develop into a good contest. Rooney storms down the right before playing in a low dangerous cross, but Kolo Toure is on hand to put the ball behind.

United are still waiting for their first shot on target...

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15:22

58min: Shouts of a Manchester United penalty go up as Herrera takes a tumble over an outstretched Lucas foot. But the Red Devils midfielder looked like he was trying to win that spot-kick and Mark Clattenburg's call to wave play on is a good one.

15:19

55min: End to end stuff. While Liverpool fans appeal for an Ander Herrera pass-back (not deliberate), the visitors storm down the other end where they end up patiently building an attack that ends with Martial shooting wide and low across goal.

15:16

52min: Liverpool are turning up the pressure now though as a corner falls for Nathaniel Clyne whose 25-yard strike flies over the bar.

The home fans are finding their voice again in what is already an overall improvement on the first period.

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (22) Liverpool's Emre Can reacts after seeing a shot saved by Manchester United's David de Gea

15:13

50min: Save from De Gea! Emre Can's stepover does for Chris Smalling inside the box but his rifled effort low across goal takes a small but crucial deflection off the United keeper before going wide across goal.

15:11

48min: Early burst forward from Manchester United as Wayne Rooney breaks down the middle but momentum is soon lost when he squares for Anthony Martial who is quickly closed down before losing the ball.

SECOND HALF: Away we go again - no additional changes from either side

Marcos Rojo is also among the Manchester United supporters which appears to be made up of Red Devils players this afternoon.

Me & @Dan_0brien bumped into @marcosrojo5 at HT pic.twitter.com/fpeZD4V7ab

— Craig Sturt (@craig_sturt) January 17, 2016

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (24) Michael Carrick gives the thumbs up from the away end at Anfield

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15:07

Here are a selection of first half stats from Anfield

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15:04

From Sportsmail's chief sports writer Martin Samuel at Anfield

'It was the sort of game that Sir Alex Ferguson used to earmark Darren Fletcher for, combative and furious at times.

'Of course, in those days both clubs had players of the calibre of Cristiano Ronaldo, Fernando Torres, Steven Gerrard and Paul Scholes to provide balance. No such luck here. This was very much the lite version, although not in touch. The levels of distribution and quality were not markedly different to a game between teams in the bottom half of the table.

'Lucas is the equivalent of Fletcher now, and his better games often seem to be blood and thunder scraps against Liverpool’s elite rivals. So it was here. We may wonder what would happen if Floyd Mayweather could fight a heavyweight, and this was its equivalent: Lucas versus Marouane Fellaini.

'It’s fair to say the little man gave as good as he got. The game was only minutes old when the pair clashed heads tussling for a loose ball in midfield. It looked accidental but Fellaini came off worse and appeared to take umbrage. Not long after the pair were scrapping again over by the touchline, referee Mark Clattenburg required to restore order amid the standard melee.

'The rest of the first-half followed a predictable pattern. Manchester United had a reasonable share of the ball, but absolutely zero threat on goal. Liverpool played a high energy game without the quality necessary to make it count. Without forcing a save of great note from David De Gea, however, they had the best of the chances.

'There are glimpses of what can be achieved under Klopp’s tuition, though, and in the 30th minute a passing movements involving Lucas, Jordan Henderson, Lallana, Firmino and Henderson again, ended with the England midfielder shooting wide.

'It wasn’t the only time, either. Henderson is charged with taking Steven Gerrard’s mantle at Liverpool, but it wasn’t just will that made the former captain such a magnificent player. He had the ability to back it up. Certainly, Henderson lacks Gerrard range – in more ways than one.'

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (32) Liverpool Mamadou Sakho blocks a shot from Manchester United's Anthony Martial

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14:57

This may be a clash between two of the biggest sides in England

...but nothing can cover the awfulness of that first half. Manchester United haven't looked like having a shot let alone breaking the deadlock, while David de Gea has only really had one save to make to deny Liverpool.

The hosts have played the better football and look slightly more inventive, but United especially look like they are setup to just not lose this game.

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14:53

From OptaJoe

0 - Manchester United have failed to have a shot on target in both of their Premier League first halves v Liverpool this season. Tame.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 17, 2016

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14:52

HALF-TIME: Liverpool 0-0 Manchester United

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (37) Manchester United's Ashley Young receives medical attention as referee Mark Clattenburg looks on

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (38) Young trudged off injured as he was replaced by Cameron Borthwick-Jackson

14:52

45min: Two minutes will be added on as Manchester United get a glimmer of hope in front of goal.

Just a glimmer, mind. Martial breaks into the box at pace but he soon loses out to Mamadou Sakho as the defender wins the ball with a tackle before clearing.

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14:51

From Sportsmail's Dominic King at Anfield

'Can't remember a Liverpool- Manchester United game that has been played at such a slow tempo.

'The one thing you always expected from a visiting United side at Anfield was pace and aggression but this team of Louis Van Gaal's really is laboured.

'Liverpool, it should be noted, aren't that much quicker. They really should be taking advantage of this opportunity.'

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14:48

Manchester United substitution

42min: And so there is our first change as Cameron Borthwick-Jackson replaces the now departed Young who trudges off down the tunnel.

Matteo Darmian will now go to his familiar right-back role while the substitute will be on the left.

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (42) Manchester United's Ashley Young was injured following a challenge from Liverpool's James Milner

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (43) Manchester United player Phil Jones (centre of frame) watches the game with the United fans

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14:47

41min: Correction. 'Looked' like he would be able to continue. Young has gone down again seconds after coming back on, leading to huge ironic cheers from the home fans.

14:46

40min: Problems for Manchester United as Ashley Young requires treatment after taking a heavy challenge from James Milner.

Like Fellaini earlier on he looks like he will be able to continue.

14:45

39min: So it turns out Anthony Martial isn't that bad at defending. The United forward sprints back into the box to robe Firmino of the ball who was poised to shoot.

14:44

38min: No. Blind's cross is once again headed clear - this time by James Milner. Manchester United really need to improve on set-pieces, they have been terrible so far.

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14:43

37min: Another United corner as Kolo Toure clears behind in front of Wayne Rooney. Can the visitors make this set-piece count?

14:41

34min: A response of sorts from Manchester United who win a corner after Fellaini's attempt to keep the ball in play from a back post Wayne Rooney cross bounces off James Milner and out of play.

Daley Blind's delivery from the set-piece though is dealt with comfortably by the hosts.

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (45) Liverpool's Jordan Henderson sees a shot fly wide of the goal as Manchester United's David De Gea (left) and Chris Smalling (right) looks on

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14:39

From Sportsmail's Ian Ladyman at Anfield

'This game is being seriously undermined by a lack of quality. The blustery conditions aren’t helping but that’s not an excuse.

'Neither side has so far seemed capable of playing any kind of controlled football and as a result its been a very stop-star affair.

'Liverpool have been the more progressive team in the last ten minutes but their application in front of goal has been poor.'

14:38

31min: And now Henderson is on the attack again, hitting a dropping ball on the volley over the bar with a dipping effort from 25 yards.

Manchester United's best chance for the record has been an Ander Herrera long range effort which was so far off target it got ironic cheers - that's how unthreatening the visitors are right now.

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14:36

30min: Much better from Liverpool. Henderson, Lallana and Firmino combine with a one-touch move into the United box which results in the Reds captain cutting a low effort just wide across goal.

14:33

27min: Half-chance of sorts. Alberto Moreno gets away down the left but his cross into the six-yard box is headed clear by Fellaini before a deflected Jordan Henderson strike loses all its power and threat as David De Gea gathers.

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14:29

From Sportsmail's Dominic King at Anfield

'Definite tactic from Liverpool here of trying to play diagonal balls in behind Matteo Darmian for James Milner or Nathaniel Clyne to exploit.

'The game, however, is waiting to catch fire and the atmosphere is the same. It's all very reserved at the moment. Lucas Leiva is the standout player so far.'

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (50) Liverpool's Lucas clashes with Man United's Marouane Fellaini on the touchline

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (51) Manchester United's Anthony Martial (centre) intercedes between the pair as Liverpool's Nathaniel Clyne looks on

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (52) Liverpool fans look on as Fellaini and Lucas clash

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14:29

23min: Rio sums this first up well so far. Even the crowd which was lively before kick-off have died down. There really is little attacking ambition from both teams right now.

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14:28

From former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand on Twitter

14:26

19min: Still a game lacking chances, with just that De Gea save from Lallana the only real talking point outside of Fellaini and Lucas trying to rip each other's heads off.

14:21

16min: Tempers are flaring after Lucas takes exception to the way Fellaini tried to win the ball off James Milner. Fellaini was slightly overzealous but the two exchange minor pushes before Anthony Martial break it up.

The referee is happy to just give both a verbal warning which is a sensible call.

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (55) Liverpool's Adam Lallana has a shot saved by Manchester United's David De Gea

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (56) Liverpool's Lucas talks to referee Mark Clattenburg after clashing with Man United's Marouane Fellaini earlier in the half

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14:18

13min: What a ball from Firmino! The Liverpool forward squares a long pass for James Milner inside the box, but with defenders closing in and at an unfavourable angle to goal he can only fire off target. Liverpool getting on top.

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (59) Lucas (right) headbutts Marouane Fellaini while trying to win the ball leading to treatment for the latter

14:16

11min: Chance(s) for Liverpool! A simple long ball from Lucas does for the United defence, but Adam Lallana is fumbled by David de Gea on the edge of the box before Roberto Firmino drags the resulting loose ball just wide of the goal.

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (60) Marouane Fellaini (front) of Manchester United goes past Roberto Firmino of Liverpool

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14:14

9min: Another reason why Lucas is in the team? Contesting a high ball with Marouane Fellaini, the Liverpool midfielder ends up headbutting the United star while trying to head the ball, leading to treatment for the Belgian. He'll be ok to continue.

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (62) Manchester United defender Phil Jones looks on from the away end at Anfield

14:12

8min: Still no chances at Anfield, although Liverpool have responded to that early United pressure by taking charge of possession.

Joining Michael Carrick in the away end of the ground is another Manchester United star, Phil Jones.

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14:10

5min: United win a free-kick out on the left, but the delivery is headed clear by the hosts who haven't quite got going.

Carrick sat with the fans in the United away end, so he can join in with the abuse of Fellaini. #LIVMUN pic.twitter.com/d4xuZpN4vE

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) January 17, 2016

14:08

3min: Manchester United are unchanged in personnel but they have made a slight tweak. It's Jesse Lingard on the right of their attack and Anthony Martial on the left. Positive start from the Red Devils.

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14:05

KICK-OFF: Liverpool get us underway with the Kop behind them

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14:03

Out come the players at Anfield...

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Quite an atmosphere on Merseyside. As 'You'll Never Walk Alone' is played over the PA speaker, Manchester United fans chant 'United' all the way through it.

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13:59

From Sportsmail's Ian Ladyman at Anfield

'Bitterly cold here at Anfield today but a real sense of occasion as always.

'No surprises in the United team. I don’t really think Louis van Gaal has that many realistic alternatives at the moment.

'As for Liverpool, Lucas will sit at the base of Jurgen Klopp’s midfield to try and afford some protection to a back four that has vulnerability written all over it.'

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13:59

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp claims changes improve flexibility in the team

'We have to think about how we can react in games. With these players we can play in different systems,' Klopp told Sky Sports.

'Jordon Ibe is fresh legs, same as Joe Allen in the last game. It's important for us. Lucas as a holding midfielder gives Emre Can and Hendo [Jordan Henderson] more freedom in the direction we want to go.

'We press where the ball is and if they play long we cannot high press. Every team does it - it's not a big difference.'

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (69) Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp (centre left) looks on during the warm up

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (70) Steven Caulker of Liverpool warms up ahead of the Anfield clash

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13:53

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal claims Liverpool set up more defensively

'Our shape depends on the shape of Liverpool, it's not the same as Newcastle and how we are in a match because Liverpool press more and they also take a lot of risks,' Van Gaal told Sky Sports.

'They have changed a striker for a midfielder in the line-up so maybe they don't take many risks today. We have to see how the match develops.

'It should be an open match but we have to adapt and read the game as a team.'

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (72) Guillermo Varela, Andreas Pereira, Memphis Depay and Juan Mata of Manchester United wear snoods during the warm up

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13:46

From former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand on Twitter

#LFCvsMUFC whats your presiction people???? Im going for 1 - 2 in @manutd favour! What a place to win as a mufc player. #rivalry

— Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) January 17, 2016

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13:45

From OptaJoe

11 - Liverpool have lost 11 times at home to Man United, more defeats than against any other visitor in the Premier League era. Ransacked.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 17, 2016

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13:44

De Gea admits he doubted his Man Utd career but now wants to become a legend

On Manchester United fans:

'I cannot describe how I feel in that moment [when coming back into the team after break down in Real move], it was unbelievable, David de Gea told Sky Sports.

'They are one of the best fans in the world. We lose some games but they are always there.'

On doubting his United career:

'When the crosses and the strikers, as strong as they are, it was difficult for me. I worked hard in the gym and tried to do my best.

'The weather, the language - I had difficult moments but I stay and fight.'

On becoming a United legend:

'I train to be the best goalkeeper in the world. I try to win trophies. They [Edwin Van der Sar and Peter Schmeichel] are legends in this club and that's what I want.'

'The first thing is to be in the top four and the Champions League. We are going to try to win the Premier League and the FA Cup.

'I feel happy, strong and I feel confident in my team.'

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13:38

OLIVER HOLT: If Jurgen Klopp symbolises the future of football, then Manchester United's Louis van Gaal seems like yesterday's man now

Sometimes, the effects of pressure on a man are difficult to watch. It has got to the point with Louis van Gaal where it feels as if he is disintegrating in front of our eyes.

One of the great managers of the modern era, one of the fathers of Barcelona's beauty, the architect of much that is good about Bayern Munich, has started to look like a man who has lost step with time.

Jurgen Klopp, his opponent on Sunday, Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho have left Van Gaal behind. Time and youth are not his friends any more and he is no longer in the vanguard of football philosophers but, largely because of everything he has brought to the game and everything he has achieved, it has been hard not to feel some sympathy as he has been mocked and baited.

In recent weeks, he has appeared a manager who has entered the end-game of his reign at Old Trafford.

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13:28

Here is how the Barclays Premier League stands before kick-off

Down in ninth, Liverpool look quite a way off the Champions League spots but a win over Manchester United today would put them on level points with their rivals.

The Red Devils begin the day five points behind Tottenham so victory is important for them to stay on the trail of the north London side.

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From injured Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger on Twitter

Fingers are crossed for today’s classic, @ManUtd. Come on, Red Devils! #mufc

— Basti Schweinsteiger (@BSchweinsteiger) January 17, 2016

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13:18

From OptaJoe

6 - Man Utd have won six of their last eight Premier League meetings with Liverpool (L2) & two of the last four at Anfield (W2 D1 L1). Edge.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 17, 2016

0 - Man United have named an unchanged Premier League XI for the first time since March 2015, when they last played Liverpool away. Curious.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 17, 2016

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13:17

Here are the full line-ups at Anfield

Liverpool: Mignolet, Clyne, Toure, Sakho, Moreno, Henderson,Lucas, Can, Lallana, Firmino, Milner.
Subs: Benteke, Caulker,Allen, Ibe, Smith, Ward, Teixeira.

Man Utd: De Gea, Young, Smalling, Blind, Darmian, Schneiderlin,Fellaini, Lingard, Ander Herrera, Martial, Rooney.
Subs: Depay,Mata, Romero, Varela, McNair, Borthwick-Jackson,Andreas Pereira.

Referee: Mark Clattenburg (Tyne & Wear)

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13:14

Only one change between the teams at Anfield...

And it's come for Liverpool who start Lucas instead of Jordon Ibe in what is otherwise the same team that rescued a last minute 3-3 draw with Arsenal on Wednesday - which also means the 90th minute hero Joe Allen is on the bench.

Manchester United also drew 3-3 midweek and Louis van Gaal names the same side which suffered a last minute set-back at Newcastle United.

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13:06

Manchester United starting XI

De Gea, Young, Smalling, Blind, Darmian, Schneiderlin, Fellaini, Lingard, Herrera, Martial, Rooney.

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13:05

Liverpool starting XI

Mignolet, Clyne, Toure, Sakho, Moreno, Lucas, Henderson, Can, Milner, Lallana, Firmino.

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13:03

Ah, here are the players which means team news will be on the way shortly...

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (94) Louis van Gaal, manager of Manchester United arrives with his team

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (95) Manchester United's Wayne Rooney walks the Anfield touchline on the way to the dressing room

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (96) Rooney of Man Utd (right) chats with former team-mate and Manchester United assistant boss Ryan Giggs

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (97) Liverpool's Jose Enrique arrives before the Barclays Premier League match

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (98) Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp looks on before the 2.05pm kick-off on Merseyside

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12:57

The Manchester United team have also arrived at Anfield

Again it's more assuming. I can only see Louis van Gaal here but I'm quite sure he has brought his team with hime, otherwise it's picking 11 blokes out the away end.

On the positive side at least they might actually have more chance of scoring....

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (100) Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal arrives at Anfield

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12:52

A suited and booted Liverpool team arrive at Anfield

I say suited an booted. I can't confirm the latter and given we live in an era where Marouane Fellaini turns up to matches with a suit and red trainers - I'm guessing it's open season in the fashion stakes.

The lads are here... #LFC pic.twitter.com/dqsx1tLXpt

— Liverpool FC (@LFC) January 17, 2016

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12:49

GLENN HODDLE: Manchester United dominate possession without creating enough chances... keeping the ball just isn't enough these days

At times, Louis van Gaal seems puzzled when he is questioned about his side not being attacking enough. Generally it happens when Manchester United have dominated possession without creating many chances.

Coming from the Dutch school of football and having been brought up at Ajax, where he won the Champions League as coach in 1995, Van Gaal’s beliefs are all about possession football.

It is almost seen as the ultimate aim because, without the ball, you cannot score.
And in the Dutch school, having possession of the ball is enough to demonstrate you are attacking.

So if you finish the game with 65 per cent possession, it shows that you are the side trying to win.

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12:47

Here are the results so far from the Barclays Premier League weekend

Click here for more fixtures, tables and results with our excellent Match Zone

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12:39

Mario Balotelli urges his Liverpool chums to defeat Manchester United today

Good Luck to my ex team mates.. Come on Liverpool destroy them today👊🏾

— Mario Balotelli (@FinallyMario) January 17, 2016

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12:37

Manchester United have won their last three games against Liverpool

And that includes the last clash at Anfield where Manchester United came out on top 2-1 and Steven Gerrard was sent off one minute after coming off the bench.

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12:34

The title race may not be a factor for these two...

...but titles are still the talk. While Manchester United have won the league 20 times, Liverpool have not been champions for 26 years as these Manchester United supporters are keen to point out.

Man United fans have prepared an emoji banner for Liverpool pic.twitter.com/QNeLjkuuBX

— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) January 16, 2016

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12:31

JAMIE CARRAGHER: Jurgen Klopp's biggest game as Liverpool manager isn't Manchester United but Stoke City in the Capital One Cup semi-final

Is this the biggest game of the season? For Louis van Gaal and Manchester United, absolutely — another defeat and he could be out of his job. But for Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool? No.

A frenzy will engulf Anfield on Sunday. It's always the way when United come to town and Klopp — given how animated he gets on the touchline — will certainly pump up Liverpool's fans, some of whom will think that beating their most bitter rivals will spark an assault on the top four.

But I'm not worried where they finish this season, whether it is fifth or eighth. What I am bothered about are trophies and that's why Stoke City on January 26 is much bigger for Klopp and Liverpool than a visit from Manchester United.

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12:26

Here are the remainder of this weekend's Premier League fixtures

Click here for more fixtures, tables and results with our excellent Match Zone

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12:18

Still though don't forget your half-half scarf...

Probably not one for the local supporter...

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (113) A half-half scarf hangs above a merchandise stool near Anfield before the game

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12:10

Just in case you have been living under a rock and are new to this rivalry

These teams really do not like each other. Check out some of the unofficial merchandise...

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (115) Novelty t-shirts for Liverpool fans go on sale near Anfield before kick-off

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (116) Get your Manchester United toilet roll - again probably one for Liverpool fans...

Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action (117) Merchandise goes on sale near Anfield before the game between Liverpool vs Manchester United

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12:03

It's Liverpool vs Manchester United but not as we know it

Come on, football - what happened? Liverpool vs Manchester United is one of the highlights on the calendar and if at least one side isn't in the battle for the Premier League title then they are established inside the top four.

As it is, the match on Merseyside between these huge rivals looks like being a clash over trying to reach next season's Champions League.

Don't let that put you off though. This is an essential fixture to keep track of so welcome to Sportsmail's coverage of the 2.05pm kick-off from Anfield.

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FAQs

Who is better Liverpool or Man United 2022? ›

Liverpool lead in terms of total trophies won, 67 to 66, following their win in the 2022 FA Community Shield. Manchester United lead in the head-to-head record between the two teams, with 82 wins to Liverpool's 70; the remaining 58 matches have finished as draws.

Where can I watch Liverpool vs Manchester United live? ›

How to watch Man Utd vs Liverpool on TV and live stream online
TV Channel (English)Live Streaming
Star Sports Select 1 SD & HD, Star Sports 3Disney+ Hotstar VIP, Jio TV
21 Aug 2022

Who scored in the Liverpool match? ›

Tottenham vs Liverpool result: Live reaction as Salah goals secure Premier League win. Liverpool beat Tottenham 2-1 in a scintillating Premier League match in London thanks to a brace from Mohamed Salah.

Is Liverpool vs Man United Cancelled? ›

Manchester United's game against Liverpool has been postponed after fans broke into Old Trafford and protested against the Glazer family on the pitch. The match will no longer take place on Sunday as scheduled, with the game to be played another day.

Who's Liverpool's biggest rival? ›

Liverpool is one of English soccer's oldest teams, and over the years they have accumulated a number of rivalries. Their biggest beef lies with regional foe Manchester United, though they also have long standing rivalries with Premier League mates Everton, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, and Arsenal.

Which team has beaten Man U most? ›

Arsenal have also defeated Manchester United in league competition on 71 occasions, which represents the most Manchester United have lost against any club.

How can I watch Liverpool match on now TV? ›

Watch online at NOWTV.com or download the app to watch on your smartphone, smart TV or games console. See our full list of compatible devices and support your team. You can add up to 6 devices to your account and watch on 1 device at the same time, or 3 if you have NOW Boost.

Is Premier League on live TV? ›

Remember: you can watch all 380 Premier League games across NBC, USA Network, NBCSports.com and Peacock.

Is Liverpool live on Amazon Prime? ›

The game at Anfield kicks off at 7.30pm BST and will be shown live by Amazon Prime in the UK. Global television listings are available here.

What is Liverpool's biggest loss ever? ›

Defeats. Record defeat: 1–9 against Birmingham City in Second Division, 11 December 1954. Record defeat at Anfield: 0–6 against Sunderland in First Division, 19 April 1930. Record-scoring defeat: 2–9 against Newcastle United in First Division, 1 January 1934.

What is Liverpool biggest win ever? ›

Liverpool 11-0 Stromsgodset (September 17, 1974)

Under new manager Bob Paisley, Liverpool ruthlessly dismantled Norwegian amateurs Stromsgodset to post the club's biggest victory and a record that has now stood for close to 50 years.

Who is the highest goal scorer in Liverpool history? ›

Liverpool's top 20 goal scorers of all-time
PositionPlayerYears
1Ian Rush1980-1987, 1988-1996
2Roger Hunt1958-1969
3Gordon Hodgson1925-1936
4Billy Liddell1939-1961
16 more rows
2 days ago

Does Liverpool have game in hand? ›

The results ensured the gap between Jurgen Klopp's side and Pep Guardiola's remained at six points, so how does that change the title landscape? Well, Liverpool have a game in hand – against Leeds on Wednesday – and three points at Anfield will make the margin between the two teams sit at just three.

Why was Liverpool goal Cancelled? ›

However, replays showed Van Dijk – who was in an offside position – had impeded Chelsea defender Reece James, who had been attempting to follow Mane. Because Van Dijk interfered with James' ability to contest the header with Mane, the goal was disallowed.

Has Liverpool Arsenal been Cancelled? ›

We are disappointed to confirm that our Carabao Cup semi-final first leg against Liverpool on Thursday 6 January has been postponed due to a COVID-19 outbreak in the Liverpool squad and staff. As a result of the postponement, the order of the matches has been changed.

Who is UK's biggest rival? ›

What are the 5 biggest rivalries for the England team?
  • England vs. Germany. One that has been brewing for almost an entire century, the rivalry between England and Germany is almost legendary. ...
  • England vs. Scotland. ...
  • England vs. Argentina. ...
  • England vs. Croatia. ...
  • England vs. France.
29 Jun 2021

Who is Liverpool's best player? ›

Currently the best player at Liverpool FC is Mohamed Salah. His performance index is 93, he scored 4 goals and provided 4 assists. With 17 shots on goal and a conversion rate of 43% he is at the moment 93 in the Premier League.

Who is Man U best defender? ›

Currently the best defender in Manchester United is Lisandro Martinez with total 77 pass interceptions. With this top performance he ranks number 17 of all top 5 European league defensive players and number 62 in the overall ranking of the Premier League. Who is the best midfielder in Manchester United 2022/2023?

What is Man United worst loss? ›

What is Man Utd's biggest ever defeat in history? Man United's biggest loss of all time is 7-0. They have suffered a 7-0 defeat on three occasions, to Blackburn Rovers on 10 April 1926, to Aston Villa on 27 December 1930 and Wolves on 26 December 1931. These games all represent Man Utd's biggest ever league defeats.

Who is the fastest in Man U? ›

Anthony Elanga named Man Utd's fastest player after nearly breaking world record. Anthony Elanga has been named as the fastest player in the Manchester United squad by former great Bryan Robson following the club's 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace.

How can I watch Liverpool live on my phone? ›

Watch on the go with the BT Sport app with a link to the live stream available at the top of the homepage when our coverage gets underway. With the enhanced video player featuring an interactive timeline and multi-camera functionality, the app truly offers the most-immersive viewing experience available.

How can I get free NOW TV? ›

Get A Free NOW Trial (New Customers Only)

Nothing beats free – and if you're a new NOW customer, you can get a 7-days free trial to the Entertainment Pass / Cinema Pass / Hayu memberships – or all four of them together. The Sports membership doesn't have a free trial, unfortunately.

Where can I watch Premier League games live? ›

Soccer fans in the U.S. can watch all 380 games of the 2022/23 Premier League campaign via NBC Sports. The games will be spread between NBC, the NBC Sports Network (NBCSN), CNBC, USA and the Peacock streaming service, as well as being available on the NBCSports.com (opens in new tab) website.

Can I watch Premier Sports for free? ›

Alternatively, you can also watch the Premier League entirely for free by signing up to an Amazon Prime free trial.

How can I watch live football on my phone? ›

  1. 1 Apps to watch football on paid platforms. 1.1 Movistar + 1.2 Orange-TV. 1.3 Mitele - TV on demand. 1.4 DAZN: Live Sports. 1.5 ESPN. 1.6 footers. 1.7 Twitch.
  2. 2 Three free alternatives to enjoy football on your mobile. 2.1 Free Direct GP. 2.2 wiseplay. 2.3 Kodi. 2.4 Ustream. 2.5 MX Player. 2.6 Live Stream. 2.7 Mobdro.

Which app can I watch English Premier League live? ›

Premier League. Streaming live with Peacock Premium.

Is Premier League on prime free? ›

Amazon Prime will be broadcasting all Premier League fixtures for one weekend in the 2022/23 season, and you can watch them all for free. Here's how to do it. There's good reason to catch every waking second of the 2022/23 Premier League season.

Is Liverpool live on Sky Sports? ›

Liverpool Fixtures On TV

Liverpool's TV schedule includes their Premier League matches on Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime, FA Cup matches on the BBC and ITV, Carabao Cup matches on Sky Sports and their UEFA Champions League games on BT Sport.

Do you need Amazon Prime to watch Premier League? ›

Since 2019, Amazon Prime Video has had rights for a select group of Premier League fixtures each season. It's another string to the bow of the already-diverse offering on Amazon's streaming platform. However, it does mean that you'll need to bag an Amazon Prime subscription if you want to watch the football this week.

Which team Spoilt Liverpool unbeaten? ›

Liverpool's long unbeaten home run ends in shock 2-1 defeat by Leeds | Reuters.

Has Liverpool scored 9 goals? ›

Klopp's side went on the rampage against Bournemouth at Anfield, knocking in nine goals without reply. Liverpool beat Bournemouth 9-0 on Saturday afternoon to set a new club record for the biggest win in the Premier League.

Who did Liverpool beat 8-0? ›

Liverpool 8-0 Besiktas - Champions League 2007/2008 Live.

What is the biggest loss in Premier League history? ›

Top 10 heaviest defeats in Premier League history
  • Chelsea 8-0 Aston Villa- 2012. ...
  • Newcastle United 8-0 Sheffield Wednesday- 1999. ...
  • Tottenham Hotspur 9-1 Wigan- 2009. ...
  • Southampton 0-9 Leicester City- 2019. ...
  • Manchester United 9-0 Southampton- 2021. ...
  • Liverpool 9-0 Bournemouth- 2022.
  • Manchester United 9-0 Ipswich- 1995.
28 Aug 2022

Who is the biggest Liverpool legend? ›

LFC Heroes
  • Kenny Dalglish. Regarded by many as the greatest player ever to wear the red shirt and a managerial great as well - King Kenny is an Anfield icon.
  • Steven Gerrard. ...
  • John Barnes. ...
  • Ian Rush. ...
  • Phil Neal. ...
  • Ian Callaghan. ...
  • Billy Liddell. ...
  • Bill Shankly.

Who was Liverpool's best ever striker? ›

Ian Rush

Was there ever any doubt? The man on this list who played the most games (660) and scored the most goals (346), Ian Rush is Liverpool's greatest striker.

Who is the best defender in Liverpool history? ›

Well, we're reliving the club's great past and here is how we rank Liverpool's 10 greatest centre-backs of all time.
  • Ron Yeats.
  • Tommy Smith. ...
  • Emlyn Hughes. ...
  • Sami Hyypia. ...
  • Jamie Carragher. ...
  • Phil Thompson. ...
  • Mark Lawrenson. ...
  • Alex Raisbeck. ...
29 Sept 2022

What is a Liverpool fan called? ›

Liverpool fans often refer to themselves as Kopites, a reference to the fans who once stood, and now sit, on the Kop at Anfield. In 2008 a group of fans decided to form a splinter club, A.F.C.

Has any club won a quadruple? ›

Celtic's Lisbon Lions – in 1966/67 – are the only team to date to have lifted a quadruple of European Cup, domestic league, domestic cup and domestic league cup in the same season.

Why are Liverpool fans bin dippers? ›

Liverpool fans are called bin dippers by opposing fans as a way of taunting them about the high levels of unemployment and poverty that beset the city in the 1970s and 1980s. The insult being that they were so poor they would look in the bins for food and items of value.

Is it true that Salah is leaving Liverpool? ›

Mohamed Salah signs new long-term contract at Liverpool to end speculation over his Anfield future. Mohamed Salah has ended speculation about his Liverpool future by signing a new three-year contract. The Egypt forward's previous contract was due to expire next summer.

Why did Real Madrid disallowed against Liverpool? ›

The striker then slotted the ball past Alisson. However, he was greeted by the offside flag. Referee Clement Turpin and his team decided it was offside because Benzema had been beyond Alisson, although there was still a Liverpool defender between him and the goal.

Why did Liverpool change their logo? ›

The eternal flames were added in memory of the victims of the Hillsborough disaster in an adapted crest used from 1993 until it was superseded in 1999. To mark the club's 100th year, this special crest was commissioned and used throughout the 1992-93 season.

Why is Liverpool 96 now 97? ›

In the past year, 96 sadly became 97 following the passing of lifelong Reds fan Andrew Stanley Devine, who died in July 2021 as a result of the life-changing injuries he sustained at Hillsborough.

Why do Liverpool fans not buy the Sun? ›

Coverage of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster by the British tabloid The Sun led to the newspaper's decline in Liverpool and the broader Merseyside region, with organised boycotts against it. The disaster occurred at a football match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest.

Why is Liverpool now 97? ›

Devine died in 2021, as a consequence of the injuries sustained at Hillsborough, with his death being ruled by the coroner to have been an unlawful killing, raising the total death toll of the disaster to 97.

Who is the best club in 2022? ›

Real Madrid- Best Football Club in the World

The club is roughly estimated to be worth $5.1billion as of 2022. As per records, Real Madrid has 35 La Liga trophies and 14 Champions League trophies under their belt. The team has produced exceptional football players like Karim Benzema, Sergio Ramos, and Raul.

Which club is the best in England 2022? ›

Manchester City

Who is most likely to win the Premier League in 2022? ›

Premier League title odds 2022/23: Man City remain favourites but Arsenal look to end 18-year drought. Manchester City claimed the 2021/22 Premier League title on the final day, finishing one point ahead of Liverpool. What do bookmakers make of each contender's chances so far this season?

Who is the world's best footballer? ›

Karim Benzama won the Ballon d'Or Award (his first) for 2022, beating the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Mohammad Salah and Robert Lewandowski in the race. One of the main architects of Real Madrid's winning their 14th Champions League trophy was French striker Karim Benzema.

Which club has the biggest fan base in the world? ›

Real Madrid is the most followed football club and team in the world in 2022.

Which club has more fans in the world? ›

The answer is Real Madrid!

Like in 2021, also this year Real is the most followed football club in the world. Overall, the top 10 teams are the same as in 2021. There are only several changes in positions. Let's have a detailed look at the football clubs with the most fans in the world in 2022.

Which English team has most fans? ›

Manchester United

Which club has most fans in England? ›

Which football club has the most fans in England 2022? Manchester United is not only the most popular team in England, but they were also the 3rd most followed club in the world. Premier League is considered the richest and the most watched football league in the world. Millions of fans support it around the world.

Who are the 3 biggest clubs in England? ›

Champions of England

Based simply on titles won, Manchester United (20) and Liverpool (19) are the biggest clubs in England - by some distance. It's a no-brainer they make the list. Arsenal, Everton and Aston Villa round out the top five - all three being clubs with a large following and rich tradition.

Who is the best English footballer? ›

Who is the greatest English footballer of all time? Sir Bobby Charlton is widely regarded as the best. The goal-scoring midfielder is the second greatest goalscorer in the country's history and a world-class attacking talent who made the 1966 triumph possible.

Who is the king of world football? ›

Who is the king of football in the world 2022? Having grabbed the spot of the highest goal scorer in the history of the UEFA Champions League, Lionel Messi is the 2022 king of football.

Who is the best dribbler in Premier League 2022? ›

5 best dribblers in world football at the moment (2022-23)
  • #5 Riyad Mahrez (Algeria/Manchester City) Riyad Mahrez is one of the most exciting wingers to have graced the Premier League in recent times. ...
  • #4 Ousmane Dembele (France/Barcelona) ...
  • #3 Lionel Messi (Argentina/Paris Saint-Germain) ...
  • #2 Vinicius Jr. ...
  • #1 Neymar Jr.
17 Aug 2022

Who is the best player in the world? ›

Messi is the reigning ballon d'Or winner after a stunning final season in Barcelona and after finally lifting a trophy with Argentina.

Who Will win Premier League 2023 predictions? ›

Manchester City are the favorites to win the Premier League title in the 2022/23 campaign. Pep Guardiola's side have finished in first place in four of the last five seasons, and the signing of Erling Haaland means they will have an out-and-out goalscorer leading the line this term. City are still the team to beat.

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