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Sofa score app have Luke shaw playing high left in a 4231 formation! More than likely a back 6 with martial, James and per left to try eek a chance or 2 out on the break.

Oh,and average age of liverpool is 26.8. United's? 25.1! Not exactly a team of veterans against a team of kids eh crackle

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I have to say, I’m fearing the worst today. Even a depleted Man Utd team is better than plenty that have given us trouble over the last couple of seasons, and this is probably their biggest game since the 2017 Europa League final. 

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1 minute ago, TheDrowningMan said:

I have to say, I’m fearing the worst today. Even a depleted Man Utd team is better than plenty that have given us trouble over the last couple of seasons, and this is probably their biggest game since the 2017 Europa League final. 

Are you actually a real person or a negative bot?

 

Have some confidence and faith, and even if we don't win it won't kill you.

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4 minutes ago, Leyton388 said:

Confirmed Starting XI: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw, Williams; Matic, Fred, Andreas; James, Martial.

Subs: Romero, Bailly, Jones, Dalot, Mata, Lingard, Greenwood.

Thats arguably the worst Utd side at Anfield in 30 years 

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Just now, Leyton388 said:

Worse case is we lose and are 13 points clear with a game in hand. Nothing to be nervous about.

Forget the league today. Its us v them. Fucking win Reds 

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3 minutes ago, TheDrowningMan said:

I have to say, I’m fearing the worst today. Even a depleted Man Utd team is better than plenty that have given us trouble over the last couple of seasons, and this is probably their biggest game since the 2017 Europa League final. 

Give it a rest mate, you're getting as boring as you are predictable.

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2 minutes ago, gkmacca said:

I would have liked Shaq on the bench, otherwise a good-looking selection.


I noticed he was absent from all photos of Melwood training sessions this week. Wonder if there’s more to this than meets the eye.

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Just now, Carvalho Diablo said:

Same

I can usually feel my heart rate pounding but it feels like it's on a beach sipping a Tequila Sunrise instead.

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Can't make heads nor tails of their formation, some weird stuff going on that only that managerial genius Ole understands. Doesn't matter, unless we play shit we're going to beat them regardless of their lineup or tactics. They are fucking shit.

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9 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Thats arguably the worst Utd side at Anfield in 30 years 

Just thinking that.  They've got worse and worse since Ferguson left. 

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5 minutes ago, jonnyp said:


I noticed he was absent from all photos of Melwood training sessions this week. Wonder if there’s more to this than meets the eye.

Roma want him in loan with option to buy in the summer. Thought it was nonsense but could be happening

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That's a pure bus parking team from the mancs there,  2 left backs and 3 defensive midfielders.

 

Just puts these cunts in their fucking place.

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