Liverpool Vs Manchester United Preview, Predictions |16/12/2018

Liverpool Vs Manchester United Preview, Injury Updates|16/12/2018


Liverpool Vs Manchester United Preview, Predictions |16/12/2018

Liverpool FC led by Jurgen Klopp, will welcome Manchester United To Anfield in what is one of the biggest rivalries of the Premier League between team with the most trophies.

Highlights : Liverpool FC trash Manchester United 3 – 1 At Anfield

Liverpool FC and Manchester United have had a contrasting experience, while Liverpool are sitting at the top of the Premier League table, Manchester United languish in sixth, recording just two wins in their last six outings in all competitions.

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Liverpool took over the Premier League lead after defeating AFC Bournemouth 4 – 0 in the weekend and Manchester City got trashed by Chelsea at Stanford Bridge.

Liverpool FC Last Six Games 

  • Liverpool 1 – 0 v Napoli (home Win – CL) 
  • Liverpool 4 – 0 v B’mouth (away Win – PL)
  • Liverpool 3 – 1 v Burnley (away win – PL) 
  • Liverpool  1 – 0 v Everton (home win – PL) 
  • Liverpool 1 – 2 v PSG (away Loss – CL) 
  • Liverpool 3 – 0 v Watford (away win – PL)

Liverpool's Joe Gomez In Burnley Game
Liverpool’s Joe Gomez In Burnley Game

Manchester United Last Six Games 

  • Man United 1 – 2 v Valencia (away Loss CL) 
  • Man United 4 – 1 v Fulham (home Win – PL) 
  • Man United 2 – 2 v Arsenal (home Draw – PL) 
  • Man United 2 – 2 v So’ton (away draw – PL) 
  • Man United 1 – 0 v Young Boys (home Win – CL) 
  • Man United 0 – 0 v C Palace (home Draw – PL)

Liverpool Injury Updates 

  • Defender Joe Gomez is expected to be out for around six weeks with a fractured leg suffered
  • Dejan Lovren has missed two games with a head injury suffered in training
  • Nathaniel Clyne has been sidelined with a minor knock for the past two games.
  • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain remains a long-term absentee after suffering multiple knee ligament damage 

Manchester United Injury Updates 

  • Victor Lindelof is out with a hamstring injury.
  • Anthony Martial is also a doubt,
  • Alexis Sanchez is a longer term absentee
  • Chris Smalling was forced off just before the hour mark in the victory over Fulham 

Take A Pip At Our Manchester United Fan Page For More Updates 

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