Manchester United will be looking to beat Jose Mourinho’s outing when they take on Liverpool on Sunday.
United needs to win all five of their remaining matches to surpass their highest points haul in the post-Ferguson era having finished second on 81 points under Jose Mourinho in 2018; the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer side currently on 67 points.
United has looked a different team this season under Solskjaer with the team the only side to have matched soon to be crowned Manchester City.
Liverpool comes into the game on a bad outing against United with the hosts looking to extend their dominance over their arch-rivals.
After coming off from the bench in their midweek win against AS Roma, young striker Mason Greenwood is expected to start having mustered four goals in the first six months of the season and now has six in his last eight games.
Edinson Cavani is expected to lead the line with Marcus Rashford set to join the duo in the attack.
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says it is a tough challenge for Manchester United facing Liverpool after playing in Europe but says they should be fine pic.twitter.com/lFDMr6x2UZ