Manchester United v Liverpool: 10 talking points ahead of the Premier League meeting
Manchester United's meeting with Liverpool promises to be the highlight of an exciting weekend of sport
The sides meet at Old Trafford on Sunday lunchtime and for both teams, there's much on the line.
As well as getting one over their feircest rivals, Liverpool are still battling for the Premier League title, while for Manchester United victory keeps alive their slim hopes of qualifying for the Champions League.
Whatever the result, history shows this a game with a tendency for controversy as well as classic encounters.
But what are the talking points around the latest meeting? We take a look...
Manchester United will take on Liverpool at 1:30pm on Sunday.
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