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Win at OT and it's a massive win.

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posted on 17/10/19

comment by Going Loco Like Sissoko (U10893)
posted 9 hours, 47 minutes ago

comment by sandy (U20567)
posted 17 seconds ago
2-0 United. Liverpool's luck has to run out soon.
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Keep sucking them lemons mate, I know it hurts but sometimes you have to give credit where credit is due, don't hate on us because we're top of the league and 6 times European champions. Your own team needs your energy, not us. Just venting because your team isn't clicking at the minute. Poch will get it right.
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Prepare yourself to be filtered sir

posted on 17/10/19

winning at old trafford is always a big deal for us. however it is still only 3 points.

Only two games for us are 6 pointers., man city.

Utd are just like any other side in the league. 3 points we need to get. City are so good we need to be perfect for 95% of games.

comment by sandy (U20567)

posted on 17/10/19

comment by moreinjuredthanowen (U9641)
posted 1 hour, 35 minutes ago
winning at old trafford is always a big deal for us. however it is still only 3 points.

Only two games for us are 6 pointers., man city.

Utd are just like any other side in the league. 3 points we need to get. City are so good we need to be perfect for 95% of games.
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Well City are not that good, they have already lost 25 per cent of their games in the Prem this season, and are what one point in front of Arsenal.

posted on 17/10/19

Wrote this on another thread yesterday and IMO this point has been intensified by the injuries to Pogba and De Gea

comment by Scouse-Heart (U3234)
posted 19 hours, 52 minutes ago

United will make this much more difficult than we all expect IMO. They have a 1 game chance to win the fan base back over (in the short term) and to stop our winning streak. Its a really high stakes game but for united mostly with a positive slant. If we beat them and its anything less than a proper battering they will come out of it with some credit for improving.

Essentially if united do anything but avoid a big loss they will get some decent media coverage coming their way....

posted on 17/10/19

I said liverpool 3-0 before the injury news. Reckon it could be a similar result to the city 1-6 now. Liverpool still imo haven't clicked and still winning. They will thump someone soon I reckon

posted on 17/10/19

Where are utd now at with injuries?

Romero in goal?
AWB at right back??
Shaw at Lb? will he be fat as can be? who knows
Maguire at LCB?
Lindeloff back?

(not disastrous for utd there)

Mctominay there to kick people
Fred (absolutel disaster so far)
Mata? no pogba i think?

James?
Rashford?
Pereira? Martial?

bit of problem at CM and it really depends whos really fit.

Our team is obvious I think, though CB will be a choice after lovrens display 2 weeks ago.

Alisson (surely he comes back in)
TAA
Matip (if klopp is consistent)
VVD
Robertson
Fabinho
Wijnaldum
milner? Henderson played two in the week. its a hard one to call
Mane
Firmino
Salah

posted on 17/10/19

It's near impossible to step aside from this fixture and view it as just another three points up for grabs. Pogba not playing for them could in fact be a bonus. It looks as if he's got the skills, but can't be bothered, in his own view he seems to think he is too big for United.

They will be up for this like there's no tomorrow. For me, it's all down to the managers, what they say, how they control, motivate, excite their teams.

Currently, although I'm not tempting fate, in that specific two horse race, there's only one clear and obvious winner.

posted on 17/10/19

I can't wait for this game and I'm actually quite excited for Sunday, if all goes to plan. We should be beating United with a bit to spare, but with it being a derby anything could happen. I just think on this occasion everything is stacked in our favour and they look a mess at the minute. I don't think Pogba would even make a difference to them, clearly De Gea is far more important, but with him out it should, on paper, be 3 points for us.

posted on 17/10/19

Remember last year. Utd fans cheered as Utd awful team hacked clearances away and scraped a 0-0. That really set the tone for their final run in and the collapse thst came.

If Utd fans back a bus parking effort Sunday then I'm afraid their club is so far gone it's unsaveable in the medium term never mind this season.

Utd fans shouldn't cheer abject rubbish even if it denies liverpool 2 points.

posted on 17/10/19

comment by Scouse-Heart (U3234)
posted 12 hours, 12 minutes ago
Wrote this on another thread yesterday and IMO this point has been intensified by the injuries to Pogba and De Gea

comment by Scouse-Heart (U3234)
posted 19 hours, 52 minutes ago

United will make this much more difficult than we all expect IMO. They have a 1 game chance to win the fan base back over (in the short term) and to stop our winning streak. Its a really high stakes game but for united mostly with a positive slant. If we beat them and its anything less than a proper battering they will come out of it with some credit for improving.

Essentially if united do anything but avoid a big loss they will get some decent media coverage coming their way....
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It won't be any more difficult than I expect it to be.

If we win easy I will be shocked.

posted on 17/10/19

Lawro must be confident, he's actually gone for us to win this one instead of his usual 1-1 prediction.

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