Zlatan Ibrahimovic hasn't scored in three league appearances so expect him to get back on the score-sheet on Monday in a match that will have goals in it.
Opta Stats and Facts
- Liverpool have lost more Premier League matches (27) and also the most league matches (67) against Manchester United than versus any other opponent.
- Liverpool have lost each of their last four Premier League clashes with Manchester United, their worst league losing streak against the Red Devils since March 2008 (five defeats).
- Liverpool have lost their last two league meetings with Manchester United at Anfield; they last lost three home league games against United in January 2005.
- This clash has seen 16 red cards shown in the Premier League, only Everton v Liverpool (21) has produced more dismissals.
- Jurgen Klopp has lost just one of his five meetings with Jose Mourinho (W3 D1), with that defeat coming in 2013 via a 2-0 home win for Real Madrid v Dortmund in the Champions League semi-final second leg.
- Since Jurgen Klopp was appointed as Liverpool manager in October 2015, the Reds have scored more goals than any other Premier League team (73) and have had the highest average possession figure (58.8%).
- Juan Mata has had a hand in five goals in his last four appearances against Liverpool in the Premier League, scoring three and assisting two.
- Only Steven Gerrard (8) has scored more goals in this Premier League fixture than Wayne Rooney (6 - level with Robbie Fowler).
- Wayne Rooney currently has 87 Premier League away goals, the joint-most in the competition alongside Alan Shearer.
- Manchester United had three points more at this stage last season under Louis Van Gaal (16) than they currently have after seven games of 2016-17 (13).
- Zlatan Ibrahimovic hasn't scored in three league appearances – his worst run in league competition since January 2015 (four in a row for PSG).
- Marcus Rashford has scored 12 goals since his debut for Man Utd on 25th February 2016 (all comps) – four more than any other player for Manchester United in this period. It's also two more competitive goals than any player for Liverpool since his debut.
- When Jurgen Klopp took charge of his first game for Liverpool in October 2015, Marcus Rashford had never made a first team appearance for Manchester United – only one reserve appearance for the club, two under-19 appearances and 45 appearances for their under-18 side.
A home win for Liverpool is backed at 6/5 with Bet365, while an away win is 13/5. A draw between the two teams is 12/5.