UK Manchester United are chasing Jose Mourinho's record vs Liverpool FC last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- Man United host Liverpool at Old Trafford today and here are five things to look out for.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Atmosphere returns Manchester United supporters will be heard at Old Trafford for the first time since March 8 of last year - even though they will be outside the stadium. At least 10,000 fans are expected to attend the protest outside the east stand to voice their disapproval of the Glazer family's ownership and the club's recent conduct over the Super League fiasco. United and Liverpool's withdrawal has denied the world the sight of Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher potentially leading Reds from Manchester and Liverpool down Sir Matt Busby Way. Sunday is exclusively a United fan protest. Greenwood back in? Mason Greenwood mustered four goals in the first six months of the season and now has six in his last eight games. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's use of him against Roma was perfect: he watched and learned from Edinson Cavani's expertise before emerging to extend United's advantage with their sixth goal. Read More Related Articles Exclusive: Woodward tells United staff he knew Super League would fail Read More Related Articles Exclusive: Paul Pogba stance on United future Marcus Rashford's role against Roma was maybe underappreciated but, out of the two, Greenwood is the in-form forward and a recall is merited. Additional incentives Even in a hollow run-in lacking jeopardy and crowds, United have more incentives than just the satisfaction of beating Liverpool. Victory would secure Champions League qualification and assure them of finishing above Liverpool, already 13 points behind. If Manchester City beat Crystal Palace on Saturday, a United defeat would gift them the title. United have not beaten Liverpool in back-to-back games since January 2016, either. We're joining the social media boycott The Manchester Evening News is proud to stand in solidarity with everyone who faces hate and discrimination online.
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Midfield change-up? Scott McTominay and Fred is not Owen Hargreaves and Anderson, never mind Roy Keane and Paul Ince, and United are not going to mount a title challenge with them as regulars. They have merit in certain matches, though, and Paul Scholes demonstrated why he lasted 30 days in management with his knee-jerk half-time analysis on Thursday night. McTominay and Fred could line up again today, the big-game pair Solskjaer has come to depend on. Both are not needed against a ruined Roma next week and Liverpool has become the more important game since the 6-2 thrashing. Topple Mourinho? United need to win all five of their remaining matches to surpass their highest points haul in the post-Ferguson era. They finished second on 81 points under Jose Mourinho in 2018 and are currently on 67 points.
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