The Reds lethal front three have all reached the half-century of goals milestone. That and all of them have turned up this season and will cause the newly installed United backline problems.
Countering this success in front of goal, United have kept the Egyptian from scoring against with him yet to find the back of the net.
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When we work our way over to United’s firing line, they are more under fire than firing on all cylinders.
The home side have only scored nine goals for the season. In 540 minutes of Premier League football, United have only scored one goal. ONE GOAL!
Marcus Rashford leading the line has only contributed to two goals in six games. One assist and one goal. They need to be more adventures and play to the little strengths they got in the squad.
If both teams set up with attacking intent (we know Jurgen will), we could see the two clubs hit 2000 goals between them. They are only two goals away from reaching this feat in the Premier League.
- Klopp not falling for Ole’s “mind games” and will wait to see who starts for them, despite saying Paul Pogba and David de Gea are not ready for selection in the early days leading up to the encounter.
- Alisson returns on the other end for the EPL leaders. A massive boost but this is the side who has the best defensive record in the Premier League after 8 eight played. Was he really missed?
- Possible returns for United comes in the shape of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Jesse Lingard
- As for the Reds – They too could welcome back Joel Matip and Mohamed Salah.
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