Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his boys are ready to stop the Liverpool unbeaten run at old Trafford on Sunday. The Merseyside boys since the beginning of the season has played the total of 12 matches without losing any.
It is going to be a tough match at old Trafford as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would want to protect his job to avoid being sacked. His job is under threat because of his poor performance. The management of Manchester United gave the Manager the assurance of not leaving the club, but he should do the right by winning matches.
He has been struggling to win matches despite the presence of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane though he's currently nursing an injury which he suffered during the international break matches.
Liverpool is placed ahead of the Manchester United with the hope of winning the match because of their current form, but it is going to be an easy game for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to win. Manchester United is likely to win Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday because of the following reasons.
1. Goal Scoring Strikers
The return of Marcus Rashford who understood what it takes to play in the premier league is an added advantage to the red devils. He scored in Manchester United 3:2 over Atalanta in UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.
He's going to play alongside with Cristiano Ronaldo and Mason Greenwood. These sets of striker are hungry and are ready to defeat any team.
2. Home Advantage
Liverpool has been finding it difficult to beat Manchester United at old Trafford. Out of 58 matches played, Manchester United has defeated them 28 times with 14 draws. Despite the current form of Liverpool, They may find it difficult to win Manchester United.
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