Liverpool's poor recent run at Old Trafford has seen them score only three goals in their last five visits to the Theatre of Dreams.
Here's a quick walk down the most recent part of memory lane.
A clinical Manchester United increased the pressure on Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers at the time, erasing the memories of Liverpool's 3-0 win just nine months prior. David De Gea made a string of world-class saves here, making it a top-class performance from front to back for United.
French star Anthony Martial announced himself to the world with a brilliant solo goal on debut to seal all three points for United.
The one and only Zlatan Ibrahimovic rescued a point for United with six minutes on the clock after James Milner's early penalty looked like it would secure three points for Klopp and Liverpool.
A Marcus Rashford double strengthened United's grip on second place in the Premier League at that stage, as they frustrated Liverpool with a defensive display in which the hosts enjoyed just 32% of possession and had only two shots on target. Jose Mourinho didn't care, as his side scored with both of them.
The most recent meeting between these English giants at Old Trafford yielded a feisty goalless draw that ultimately benefited neither side, with only four shots on target in the entire 90 minutes. It was the fifth draw in seven matches between the sides across all competitions.
Can the Premier League leaders claim a first win at Old Trafford since March 2014 and make a massive title statement in the process? We can't wait for kickoff!
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