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Few matches bring as much entertainment, controversy and unpredictability as clashes between English football’s two biggest clubs.
Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho will do battle at Anfield, with the former knowing a win for his team would complete a fifth successive league triumph, and dent United’s hopes at the same time.
The Reds currently lie fourth in the table, despite having played a game less than every team barring United, while their arch-rivals are three points adrift in seventh.
As always, there are plenty of enticing odds ahead of the showdown on Merseyside – here are some of the standout bets, with price boosts provided by Enhanced Odds.
Having often been underdogs in the fixture during the Premier League era, there is a feeling that Liverpool are currently superior to United on the whole.
They have been the more convincing of the two sides so far this season, barring the loss at Burnley in August, and the bookies are tipping them to pick up another win on Monday.
On top of that, the Reds are now second-favourites to win the title, while United are sixth-favourites.
Coral are offering Klopp’s men at an amazing 25/1 to register a first league victory over their rivals since March 2014, with United winning the last four in a row.
As has so often been the case in Liverpool-United matches down the years, it really could go either way. It is the Reds who have the momentum, though.
Daniel Sturridge is still searching for his first league goal of the season – a surprising statistic, given how ruthless the 27-year-old has been in a Reds shirt.
With Adam Lallana a doubt for the game, Sturridge may well earn a starting berth, however, and his odds of 19/4 to score first look very enticing.
Roberto Firmino is enjoying an excellent start to the campaign, and given his confidence and overall class, backing him at 6/1 would be a shrewd move.
Sadio Mane delivers goals and assists at an impressive rate, and the Senegal international is 13/8 to score anytime, in what will be his first ever taste of a Liverpool-United game.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has enjoyed a remarkable career littered with trophies and goalscoring feats, and it would be no surprise to see the Swede play a starring role at Anfield.
The 35-year-old is 6/1 to open the scoring and 13/8 to score anytime, while dangerous youngster Marcus Rashford is 7/1 and 85/40, respectively.
Showdowns between the Reds and the Red Devils have always been feisty affairs, with a sending off never too far away.