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Big Match Focus: Manchester United v Liverpool (Sunday 16:30 BST)

SoccerNews.com Thursday, 17 October 2019
Liverpool could equal an English top-flight record in grand fashion when their title assault takes them to a wounded Manchester United on Sunday. The Premier League leaders are sure to target three points knowing victory against their bitter rivals would be the perfect way to level Manchester City’s benchmark of 18 consecutive wins at this level. Recent trips […]

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Liverpool go into their clash against arch-rivals Manchester United hoping to continue their 100 per cent record and condemn the Red Devils to a third defeat in four matches in the Premier League.

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