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Manchester United set for biggest test yet

12 Octubre 2017

He added: "The emotions in the stadium in Liverpool and the enthusiasm of the fans, the temperament there - that fits Klopp".

Ferguson oversaw 27 years of remarkable success at Old Trafford after being appointed manager in 1986, but struggled initially.

The Bradford-born official has taken charge of three meeting between the two clubs, his most recent of which involved sending off Steven Gerrard for a stamp on Ander Hererra, the Liverpool legend entering the field of play just 38 seconds earlier.

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"Ultimately, you get what you deserve over 38 games".

And Klopp can cling to the fact that his side have lost just once to a top-six side directly after an international break. It was a classic containing game plan by Mourinho and it made for an underwhelming match.

Gary Neville believes that that Manchester United will have to weather a Liverpool onslaught in the first 30 minutes of Saturday's Premier League clash at Anfield.

Not that Mourinho minded too much. It will likely mean Ander Herrera coming in to partner Nemanja Matic in what should be a steely defensive block in central midfield.

"You can say, like some people do, we have not played one of the top five teams but last season we did not beat West Ham at home, last season we did not beat Everton at home or Southampton away."

"I think we are a better team [than we were]".

There's a ray of light for Palace thanks to the return to training of winger Wilfried Zaha, who has been out since getting injured on the opening weekend.

The German tactician arrived at Anfield in October 2015 in the wake of Brendan Rodgers' dismissal, with his appointment widely heralded following a successful spell at Borussia Dortmund. They've thrown away seven points in games against Chelsea, Burnley and Swansea at Wembley, and that's more than they dropped at home in the entirety of last season. "We are playing against a good team with very good players".

Manchester United set for biggest test yet