Paul Higham is on the side of Mo Salah’s shooting boots when Liverpool took the Champions League places in Old on Thursday Trafford chases …
« Mohamed Salah has scored two goals in his six and four shots on goal in the FA Cup game. He will take the lead again for Liverpool, with two shots on goal in five of his last seven games. »
This is the fourth game in a week but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made major changes for Tuesday’s loss to Leicester. If Harry Maguire is not there, he can play his strong side against the old enemies.
In the end it worked out perfectly and Solskjaer was more than justified in making changes for a Foxes win which made Liverpool an even more difficult task made to hit the top 4 – and now United are at full strength to try to deliver the one-two and effectively end the visitors’ chances.
Despite the apparent unrest from fans and ongoing questions about their manager is Man Utd in a great position – second in the league, insured by Champions League football, strong favorites for the Europa League and well above the newly placed champions who are under pressure for this game.
Solskjaer has it all Reason to believe he will be supported in the summer and there are many promising signs for the next season.
It has been a crazy season merge for Liverpool to win the title this way Losing is a huge disappointment, but if they can somehow save a top 4 spot it will be some kind of success given the extent to which they have fallen.
Jürgen Klopp knows his team is pretty happy to have another chance to reach the Champions League but she will need a win at Old Trafford and help elsewhere on the way.
The win at Old Trafford is something Liverpool haven’t done since March 2014 has done more – despite their recent dominance in the league, the Reds have only won this one competition in their last 15 trips on the M62 (D4 L10).
The hope is that we will get a game that will match the 3: 2 FA Cup draws in January is a bit more like the usual tight, cagey affair we often have to go through in this game, with three draws in the last four league games at Old Trafford.
Liverpool’s slight 2.47 / 5 favorites for victory are a small one No surprise given their record at Old Trafford, not to mention their form this season, but with five away wins in the last seven they have solid road form in the book.
Man Utd is best at 2.89 / 5 Choice in match odds as the game will look like an away game to them as Liverpool have a lot of ball but are ripe for a counterattack – something United do expertly.
Old Trafford is also the biggest bogey – Terrain for Klopp – with six visits as a manager without a win (D4 L2) it is the best thing he has ever done on a floor without winning in his career.
We kind of know what we’re up to this game – Liverpool have a lot of ball and Solskjaer will most likely try to frustrate them and play in the way his team prefers during the break.
Maguire’s absence may force a rethink, or an early goal like in the FA Cup tie n could potentially trigger an end-to-end classic. We know all about Liverpool’s defensive weaknesses, but United could be exposed without Maguire.
Chances are, however, it’s a cage opening – and the 2.26 / 5 half-time draw is a good place to start to break them down.
Marcus Rashford has scored four goals in his last four games against Liverpool.
Mohamed Salah scored two hits in the FA Cup game as part of his six shots and four hits on a busy show. He will again take the lead for Liverpool and two shots on goal at 2.77 / 4 is another eye-catching price for something absolutely achievable.
Salah has taken two shots on goal in five of his last seven games and on a similar display we can Earn money on Thursday.
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Back to half time draw at Man Utd vs Liverpool @ 2.26 / 5Back Mo Salah to get 2 shots on goal @ 2.77 / 4
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