Premier League:Liverpool vs. Manchester United

In Barclays Premiership League, Football on October 21, 2009 at 10:32

By Joe,

Liverpool could be without Gerrard against Manchester United for this Sunday afternoon kickoff

Liverpool could be without Gerrard against Manchester United for this Sunday afternoon kickoff

Liverpool will host their arch rivals, Manchester United, at Anfield this coming Sunday afternoon kickoff. This match could be testing time for Rafa Benitez’s Premiership campaign, as they trail Manchester United 7 point in the Premier League. The reigning champion will return to Anfield knowing that they can put Liverpool out of the title race once and for all.

Liverpool did the double over Manchester United last season and they will need to repeat this feature if they want to get back into the title race. Liverpool beat Manchester 2-1 from a late winner from Ryan Babel and also in the game, Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres started from the bench. This could be the same case on Sunday if both players are not fit in time. Liverpool had a tough time against Lyon in the midweek as they slump to their first four consecutive defeat in 22 years. Rafa Benitez knows the secret in beating his arch rival and this could really be the make it or break it match for him.

Manchester United went back on top of the Premier League, thanks to a Zak Night own goal and Antonio Valencia goal at Old Trafford last weekend against Bolton. Manchester United had goal keeper, Edwin Van der Sar, returning to the starting lineup against Bolton and he could set to feature again against Liverpool. N. Vidic and Wayne Rooney are set to return to the starting line up to travel to Anfield. Sir Alex Ferguson will be hoping to extend their lead in the top of the Premiership by beating their arch rivals.

If you are looking for a tight affair with lots of incident, then you have come to the right place. The matches between Liverpool and Manchester are usually full of incidents, intense atmosphere and lots of mistake. In the end, there are not much of differences between the two teams apart from an individual brilliance our either side. COuld Liverpool end their winning drought or break another record of losing their fifth match in roll?  This could end in a draw and Betsson is offering odds 3.20 for a draw.

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