Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho go head-to-head on Saturday for one of the Premier League’s biggest fixtures.
The meeting of these two teams is arguably one of the biggest meetings in the history of the English premier league. These are teams that have done England proud both in the domestic league and European competitions.
But in recent times Liverpool are yet to prove they could achieve what they achieved some years back, as they are currently seated on the seventh position after seven matches, winning 3, drawing 3 and losing 1.
Manchester United on the other hand are currently in a “World of the Manchester” seated second on the table with 19 points after 7 matches, and trailing their neighbour City, on goal difference.
Interestingly the two managers have not lost to each other since the Portuguese took over United last season, recording draw in home and away meeting last season.
Jose Mourinho’s side will be facing their first test against a top four since this season, while Liverpool have lost to City 5-0 this season.
The rivalry continues, and both sides are in desperate need of at least a win to keep their dreams alive.