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Liverpool vs. Manchester United: What to Expect and Where to Watch the Important Anfield Matchup in December 2023?

Liverpool vs. Manchester United: What to Expect and Where to Watch the Important Anfield Matchup in December 2023?

Liverpool vs. Manchester United at the former’s home, will be the most anticipated game in Matchday 17 of the 2023/2024 English Premier League Season. The fixture will be a Super Sunday one at Anfield this weekend, where the current leaders of the English top-flight football Liverpool are set to welcome their fiercest domestic rivals and sixth-placed side Manchester United. Both teams have lost their matches in their endeavours in European club football competitions this midweek, but they were due to different reasons, as the already-qualified Reds fielded a young lineup in their Europa League game, while the Red Devils miserably bowed out of the Champions League with four defeats in six matches.

Let us now check out what to expect in this Liverpool vs. Manchester United matchup on Sunday.

 

Liverpool vs. Manchester United: Head-to-Head Record

One can surely remember what happened in the last Liverpool vs. Manchester United matchup at Anfield, where the hosts humiliated their arch-nemesis with a score line of 7-0. The defeat was United’s worst in more than 90 years in their club history, one that is haunting every fan of the Red Devil camp to date. In contrast, the win is part of the Reds’ 71 against the Red Devils’ 82 in this storied Liverpool vs. Manchester United rivalry, with the rest of the 211 meetings between the two English football powerhouses ending in draws.

Liverpool are certainly going into this game as the clear favourites to bag all three points, considering they have won six, drawn thrice and only lost once against United in their previous 10 encounters in the English top-flight football, not to mention Erik ten Hag’s side have also not scored against their archrivals in their last four away league fixtures in the Liverpool vs. Manchester United history.

To make matters worse for the Red Side of Manchester, the 53-year-old ten Hag will be without most of his first team players when they travel to Anfield for the Sunday matchup against Liverpool, having lost Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, Victor Lindelöf, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Casemiro, Jadon Sancho, Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martínez, Christian Eriksen, Mason Mount, Amad Diallo and captain Bruno Fernandes due to various reasons such as illnesses, injuries, suspensions and disciplinary issues. The Dutchman’s weakened squad that are visiting Anfield will not be expected to put on a good show against an in-form team like Liverpool this Sunday, especially after they have rested the main players in the UEFA Europa League.

 

Where to Watch Liverpool vs. Manchester United?

With the game between Liverpool vs. Manchester United about 48 hours away, you should really get your livestream channel ready for the huge clash. But before you press the panic button of using your precious time to look for a proper platform, we have already saved you the effort in the said regard.

Introducing AsiaSport.com, the only name you need to bookmark on your laptop or smartphone for everything football matches. As soon as you are onboard with an account upon FREE registration, you will be spoilt with team news, match analysis, statistics reports, video highlights and many more in addition to the unmatched livestream sources the site can offer. That being said, it would be a loss if you have not downloaded the AsiaSport mobile app for your ultimate football match perks already!

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Steven Mosier

"Eat, breathe and sleep sports" is the life motto of mine. My professional athlete career ended way earlier than I thought, but the passion remains till the present, which is why I am here writing you all the sports news you crave! Also, I am a huge fan of the Premier League as well the NBA.

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