I’ve been very impressed with Liverpool so far this season after their emphatic wins against top-four contenders Arsenal, Chelsea and Leicester City.
It’s worth mentioning that Klopp masterminded the Merseyside outfit’s 3-1 aggregate win against the Red Devils in the Europa League last 16.
Having looked around the internet for the best offers, 888sport’s 7/1 enhancement on Liverpool to beat Manchester United can’t be beaten.
888sport are offering new customers mouthwatering enhanced odds of 7/1 on Liverpool to beat Manchester United at Anfield on Monday night.
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Naturally, I expect that there will be plenty of punters who fancy Jose Mourinho to be at his cynical best and somehow concoct a plan to beat Liverpool at Anfield.
But I feel obliged to point out that Manchester United have collected three points on their last two trips to the red half of Merseyside in the Premier League.
Paddy Power are offering new customers enhanced odds of 12/1 on Manchester United to beat Liverpool on Monday night.
Betfair have also rivalled Paddy Power’s offer and new Betfair sign-ups can get 12/1 enhanced odds on Manchester United to beat Liverpool at Anfield.
Liverpool are being tipped to beat Manchester United given their recent Premier League form and the inconsistency of Jose Mourinho’s side. However, the Red Devils will rise to the occasion and the United manager will look to exploit Liverpool’s poor defending of set-pieces. This could well finish all square but if Liverpool can start like they did at Stamford Bridge, Klopp’s side will emerge as winners.
Prediction: Liverpool 3 Manchester United 1
Liverpool will host Manchester United at Anfield at 20:00 BST on Monday 17 October 2016. The Premier League clash will be televised live on Sky Sports 1 for viewers in the United Kingdom.
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