Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp have a poor record against Manchester United
Liverpool host Manchester United on Sunday in a huge Premier League showdown, but it will be another obstacle for them to overcome in their pursuit of the top-flight title.
The Reds lead Manchester City by a point at the top of the table going into a busy fixture schedule and belief may well shoot through the roof if they can get one over on Jose Mourinho’s side.
Jurgen Klopp has installed an exciting brand of football at the Merseyside club since his arrival in 2015, but he’s got an unwanted eye-catching record against Manchester United.
Liverpool have failed to score in their three home Premier League games against the Red Devils with Klopp at the helm.
The pair have drawn 0-0 in their last two league meeting at Anfield, while the visitors scraped a 1-0 win back in January 2016.
Klopp has also never won at Old Trafford with Liverpool, meaning he is still awaiting his first league success against them.
Liverpool go into the weekend clash as strong favourites to continue their unbeaten start to the season and with good reason too.
They have an exciting attacking trio that can rip any backline to pieces when they are on form and Mohamed Salah is in a purple patch right now.
Manchester United have alarmingly also conceded 26 times in 16 league games and Klopp’s team will surely rip through them at Anfield.
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