Why Man United should be concerned ahead of Liverpool FC showdown

The stage is set for a thrilling encounter between Liverpool FC and Manchester United at Anfield on Saturday lunchtime

The Tipster
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Jurgen Klopp
Liverpool FC manager Jurgen Klopp Photo: The Sport Review

Liverpool FC travel to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United on Saturday lunchtime in what promises to be an enthralling Premier League game as the race for the top four hots up.

Jurgen Klopp’s Reds side have been earning huge amounts of praise for their strong form in recent weeks and they were once again at their attacking best as they secured the three points to keep their top-four bid back on track.

Klopp is aiming to at least steer Liverpool FC to a top four finish for the second season running after they ended up in fourth place last season.

The problem for punters looking for value in this game, however, is that the seemingly unpredictable nature of the Premier League this season is making it very difficult to call games – aside from Manchester City’s obvious dominance in the top flight.

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But if it’s football betting you’re looking for, then calling Saturday’s showdown at Old Trafford will take some serious thought.

One of the seemingly nailed-on bets for this game is for Mohamed Salah to score any time. The Egypt international has been in sensational form for the Reds this season and he is firmly in the running to be nominated for the PFA player of the year award.

Salah, who has scored 24 goals in the Premier League so far this season, is currently priced at odds of around 17/10 to score any time and 4/1 to net first or last.

Liverpool FC are certainly a force to be reckoned with this season and their amazing attacking form should be a big concern for the Red Devils ahead of this crunch clash.

Romelu Lukaku went some way towards proving his critics wrong at Old Trafford in the Premier League recently when he put in a man of the match display to help Manchester United beat Chelsea FC 2-1.

His critics have claimed that he has not been delivering in the big games, but Lukaku certainly proved his worth against his former club.

The Belgian striker is 9/2 to score first or last, and is priced at 9/5 to net any time, which looks to be pretty good value to us.

In terms of the outright markets head of this game, Manchester United are priced at around 7/5 and Liverpool FC at 17/10, with the draw available at around 11/5.

One thing is for sure, this game could well decide who finishes higher in the Premier League table.

Jose Mourinho

Man United boss Jose MourinhoPhoto: The Sport Review

Liverpool FC certainly have the firepower to score goals at Old Trafford, with Roberto Firmino, Salah and Sadio Mane in fine form.

However, if any manager knows how to nullify the Reds’ potent attacking threat, it is Jose Mourinho.

Even the Portuguese manager himself basically admitted that he had set his team up to contain Chelsea FC in the 2-1 win at Old Trafford a few weeks ago. The win seemed to actually surprise him.

So the stage is set for a thrilling game at Old Trafford on Saturday. And the winner will be taking one big step towards automatic qualification for the group stage of next season’s Champions League.

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