Robin van Persie v Luis Suarez: Who is the best player?
The two shining lights from this season's Premier League meet at Old Trafford this Sunday
Friday 11 January 2013
The intense rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool has always made matches between the two sides fiercely competitive.
Although with seven league places and 21 points currently separating the teams, some feel that this weekend's clash will have lost some of its edge.
However this Sunday, attempting to make a mockery of this sentiment, both sides can call upon one of this season's star players as Robin Van Persie and Luis Suarez come face-to-face.
Who emerges victorious in the battle of the two super strikers remains to be seen, but ahead of the meeting we look at the duo in more detail...
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