Fight for second place adds edge to United vs Liverpool

Fight for second place adds edge to United vs Liverpool

"We feel we have played well against the top English clubs and shown we can beat them". "You have to play against the big teams". Our record is good against them.

It's a mouth-watering match-up between two teams vying for the runners-up spot behind Manchester City - not to mention the considerable bragging rights on offer from this fierce rivalry.

Marcos Rojo and Phil Jones have both missed out with knocks in recent weeks but Jose Mourinho will be hoping that at least Rojo might make it for Saturday.

Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino insists that his side do not mind who they are drawn against in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

And in the second leg at Anfield, after the draw by 0 - 0 goals, Liverpool the team of Jurgen Klopp jumped to the next round of UEFA Champions League.

"That's how our life is - do what you have to do and after that, start thinking about the next step".

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Liverpool are, along with Barcelona, one of only two undefeated sides remaining. Manchester City are through after coming past Basel, while Manchester United and Chelsea could join them when they play next week.

The former Leeds and Manchester City man has been hugely influential in the Reds' European campaign, claiming more assists than anyone else in this season's Champions League.

Manchester United have won 10 of their last 13 Premier League home games against Liverpool, losing in 2008-09 and 2013-14, and drawing last season.

It took 17 minutes for the hosts to threaten when Joe Gomez's cross was acrobatically flicked towards goal by Mane, but looped just over the bar.

This fixture has seen 16 red cards in the Premier League - only the Merseyside derby has produced more in the competition (21).

Can is expected to leave Liverpool at the end of the season on a free transfer and Juventus have been in talks with his representatives for close to a year to sign the midfielder. "We are doing well in the Premier League and we want that to continue and we are now in the Champions' League quarter final and we want that to continue". "We have scored a lot of goals and we are confident".

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