Liverpool v Manchester United : Predict Scoreline

Liverpool v Manchester United : Predict Scoreline

"We then send everyone up to get the equalizer and they get the goal".

After half a decade in the Premier League, Bournemouth face the threat of dropping back down to the Championship with just five wins from their 23 games so far this season.

"How many guys have you been interviewing from us?!" grinned Van Dijk. "We don't have the answer for what has happened but every player tries to give everything for the team".

"Everyone can have their opinion, have their say on the situation we are in now but we all know as a group, everyone that is involved in Melwood, we are not getting carried away".

Guardiola is contracted to City until the end of next season, but there has been increasing speculation this season that this campaign could be his last at the club.

It's now six games unbeaten for Watford and just one defeat - at high flying Liverpool - in their last eight, the club having seemed all but relegated before a remarkable turnaround in recent weeks.

A last-minute own goal from Fernandinho denied Manchester City a late come-back win at the Ethiad and handed Crystal Palace a 2-2 draw.

Haaland may have been linked with a move to Manchester United before he eventually chose Dortmund but Saturday's performance just provided another reminder of his familial connections to rivals Manchester City. Of course, the manager is on us all the time to improve and we know we can certainly improve.

Liverpool could even afford to have two goals ruled out, including Roberto Firmino's curling strike due to Van Dijk's foul on United goalkeeper David de Gea in the buildup.

Klopp was similarly pleased, remarking after the game on the "incredible energy" put in by his side. "We take it one game at a time".

"We deal well with it. The mentality we have, we know there are going to be setbacks in games, we know there will be hard moments in games, but if you are ready to face them it makes it a little bit easier". After that it is off to London for their game in hand, away at West Ham.

"It's better to focus on what we can do for the rest of the season in the Premier League and other competitions".

Relegation would inevitably mean an exodus of players, though maybe some of them will consider a new career outside football. [Liverpool] are a good team, strong team who win, win and win.

"It is always going to be tough". As they romp to the title, thoughts can begin to drift towards where they will officially end the league title drought that has spanned the entirety of the Premier League era. "Very important, like games against pretty much all opponents".

Something that will be equally special for Liverpool fans is to see their side win it at Anfield, in front of the famous Kop.

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