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Will Manchester United Soar On or Crumble Against Liverpool?

Will Manchester United Soar On or Crumble Against Liverpool?
It's 3 days to another block buster match of the week in the English Premier. It's a contest that has been looked up to, in the match Liverpool vs Manchester United.

Ever since the start of the season, Manchester United have blown all there opponents away with the average scoreline of 4 goals. But there have been calls not to be carried away, stating that the Red Devils are yet to play any of the big guns in the league yet.

With the last 7 meetings between the two clubs, there have been 3 draws, 3 wins for Manchester United and 1 win for Liverpool.

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So this brings us to the ever anticipated match of the season for Manchester United to prove their title credentials or Liverpool to stick it to them that they aren't that unstoppable.

Comments

Pixie
Manchester United has been doing quite well since the start of this season. I think that Manchester United will easily defeat Liverpool on Saturday. I hope that this happens. Manchester United has always been my favorite team and I am happy to see that the players are giving the best of themselves.
Posted by Pixie on 10-11-2017
Heatman
Yes, there is no denying the fact that Manchester United started the 2017/2018 season of the English Premier League very strong but the catch line by most people is that they are yet to play any of big teams.

They have won every other matches they played except one against Stoke City which they drew. This brings them to their first ever looked up opponent of all times. People are definitely keeping their fingers crossed until the kick off whistle is blown till 90 minutes.
Posted by Heatman on 10-11-2017
lovely
Manchester for life,that is my club.I'm a great fan and ofcourse I can see them winning and crushing liverpool already.They players have been giving a good account of themselves,so I don't their capability whatever to win liverpool.They 're having a good training for this match and I know they are warming up for the Dday.
Posted by lovely on 10-11-2017
Heatman
As much as I am also a hard core Manchester United fan, I truly am not letting myself get carried away by the fact that we are playing well this season of 2017/2018 in the English Premier League, I'm not definitely not forgetting the fact that Liverpool is also a big club just like Manchester United. I really hope that things go our, so that we still maintain our unbeaten record against Liverpool at Anfield the home of Liverpool.
Posted by Heatman on 10-11-2017
Mehano
I used to be a big fan of the Manchester United but I have stopped being passionate a few years ago when the whole trading and stuff began. It was just hard to keep up and many players that I loved from the start left to other clubs so I just occasionally check them out. I still believe that judging from the player's list and recent performance, Manchester United should be able to pull out the win against Liverpool.
Posted by Mehano on 10-11-2017
Tania997
Manchester united is a great team and I agree with you. It has been hard keeping up because soccer changes everyday, but I think they'll be able to pull off the win. They should be superior to Liverpool.
Posted by Tania997 on 10-11-2017
Heatman
Let me make one thing clear, as much as being superior to another team, it's not always a 100 percent guarantee that you are going to end up winning the match.

This happened in the match between Manchester United vs Stoke City. The former played everything in their book to beat Stoke City but it never really materialize. So therefore, anything can happen in that match.
Posted by Heatman on 10-11-2017
Heatman
Let me tell you one thing that I think that you aren't aware of yet, once a Red Devils fan, you are absolutely always going to be a Red Devils fan. Forget about the trading stuff and come cheer your club Manchester United on to victory against Liverpool.

Although it's kind of obvious that Manchester United is in a better position to beat Liverpool but the recent injuries to both Paul Pogba and Fellani, the two midfielders of Manchester United, puts them in a serious issues on who to fill the void left by those two players. Liverpool might take advantage of this and exploit Manchester United weakness in the match.
Posted by Heatman on 10-11-2017
Barida
I support the red of Manchester and will be glad to see us win against the reds of Liverpool. This is one of the keenly contested matches in the whole of England and one I would be looking up to see goals scored. I hope Lukaku bails us with a great performance once more.
Posted by Barida on 10-11-2017
Heatman
Lukaku is among the best fighting chips that Manchester United came dismantling their opponents with this season and hopefully he will keep up with his scoring exploits the match against Liverpool.

I think he has is among the leading top goal scores in the English Premier League at the moment and if he keeps up with his performance, he will definitely be scoring for fun this season.
Posted by Heatman on 10-11-2017
kingcool52
I can see them beating Liverpool because Liverpool are a poor side. They have an extremely poor defence and a semi-decent midfield. The only good thing about Liverpool is their attack and right now even that will not be good because of Mane's latest injury (hamstring). I can't see anything other than a comfortable United win. But we need to remember that even a win will not mean much because United are yet to play a proper top 4 side like Manchester City, Chelsea or even Spurs
Posted by kingcool52 on 10-11-2017
Heatman
Liverpool a poor side? I seriously doubt that. They are among the top 4 contenders to the English Premier League Crown and if you ever take them light, they would make you pay for underestimating them.

Football is one kind of game, it's very much predictable but things can just as easily go side ways and the team that had everything to win, would eventually end up losing.
Posted by Heatman on 10-11-2017
kgord
Manchester United is a very well known team with a great history. It is hard to make sure that you know all the facts when you go to choose a soccer aka football team. I believe that Manchester will make the grade. It should be an amazing game.
Posted by kgord on 10-11-2017
Heatman
The same way that Manchester United is a great team, the same thing is equally applicable to the Liverpool football club. Hell yes, Liverpool is the most successful club in England to ever participated in the UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. so therefore, they are as good as Manchester United and shouldn't be underestimated because of their drawing poor form this season in the English Premier League.
Posted by Heatman on 10-11-2017
muaaz.93
I think United we stand united we win. The red devils are going to soar this year's league championships. Either it is EPL or it's UCL. United is going to rip through teams. Other teams aren't ready what United have this year.
Posted by muaaz.93 on 10-11-2017
Heatman
You are truly a die hard Manchester United fan but I do think that you are getting too confident and ahead of yourself. Remember hubris? If Manchester United aren't careful, they will end up being the cause of their own downfall.

They are well placed to beat Liverpool after having considered everything but they shouldn't take the match lightly. They should treat the match as if it's one their winning the English Premier League trophy is dependent on.
Posted by Heatman on 10-11-2017
babyright
The match is going to be a very tough match, forget about Liverpool not being in form this season, because when two top teams meet each other they usually produce a lot of fireworks. I believe Man U we still have the edge at the end of the match.
Posted by babyright on 10-14-2017
Heatman
This was really my thought before the match, Liverpool have been quite capable in doing this, they might be bed ridden with poor results against small teams just like what they against newly promoted Newcastle but once it's a big tough match against the league contenders, they would play as if their lives depends on it.
Posted by Heatman on 10-17-2017