The Liverpool vs Man Utd score and goal updates plus Marcus Rashford latest Manchester United face Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side look to keep the pressure on the top four with a win.United know a victory today can see them close the gap on Chelsea to just two points as they keep up the hunt for Champions League qualification at the end of the season.
Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 38 Premier League games (W33 D5), the third longest such run in the competition’s history. The two longer runs (Arsenal 49, Chelsea 40) were both ended by United, but in games that took place at Old Trafford.
Liverpool have won just one of their previous 11 league matches against United but are unbeaten in their last 38 league games, the third longest such run in the competition’s history.
In terms of early team news, Marcus Rashford was not part of the squad which arrived at the team hotel on Saturday night following an injury sustained in midweek. However, Eric Bailly is back after a long lay-off from a serious knee injury.
Liverpool have won every game since then and with a 13-point lead over second-place Manchester City – and two games in hand – their 30-year wait for the title is set to end.As for United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knows a win will send the Red Devils within two points of the top four after Chelsea’s shock loss at Newcastle – and with Tottenham and Arsenal drawing, United look best-placed to push for Champions League football.
Prediction: Liverpool 3-1 Manchester United United’s consistently inconsistent form doesn’t bode well for a trip to Merseyside.Liverpool haven’t lost on their own turf since April 2017 and a United side hit by injury stand little chance of changing that.
Liverpool: Naby Keita remains sidelined while James Milner could also be a doubt due to a thigh problem. Fabinho and Joel Matip are both back in full training.Injuries: Dejan Lovren (thigh), Naby Keita (groin), Nathaniel Clyne (knee), James Milner (thigh)
Man Utd: United’s hopes of halting their charge were dealt a desperate blow midweek, with Marcus Rashford a doubt for the trip to Merseyside. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also remains without midfielder Scott McTominay and Paul Pogba.
Injuries: Scott McTominay (knee), Paul Pogba (ankle/foot), Axel Tuanzebe (thigh), Marcos Rojo (other), Marcus Rashford (back), Luke Shaw (thigh)