Jurgen Klopp's men will host Erik Ten Hag's men Manchester United tomorrow at Anfield stadium. Before the game, Manchester United are currently 10 points ahead of their bitter rivals while Liverpool will be hoping for a win to boost their chances of finishing in the top four as they are 6 points behind fourth-place Tottenham. Let's take a look at the two things that Jurgen Klopp's men may use to end Manchester United's unbeaten run at Anfield stadium tomorrow.
1. Jurgen Klopp has explosive full-backs in the person of Trent-Alexander Arnold and Andrew Robertson. The two full-backs can cause lots of problems for Manchester United's defenders. The duo can create chances with their crosses inside their opponent's 18-yard box.
2. Despite not being in his best form right now, Liverpool's attacker can produce a moment of magic to hurt Manchester United. The Egyptian can prove to be the difference maker in the game as he can cause Manchester United problems from the right-wing.
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