Liverpool v Man United Prediction, Preview & Odds – Premier League

We have a Liverpool v Man United prediction for you plus a breakdown of the odds, team news and matchups ahead of Sunday’s evening kick-off.

Liverpool have found a new lease of life this season with thirty-seven points earned from their opening sixteen league games to put them top of the table and one clear of Arsenal in second place.

For Man United, it’s a case of one step forward and two steps back, their 0-3 humiliation at Bournemouth last weekend means they’re sixth with twenty-seven points from their opening sixteen league games, six points off the Champions League places.

How To Watch Liverpool v Man United

When is Liverpool v Man United?

Liverpool v Man United will take place Sunday at 4.30 pm in the Premier League’s late kick-off.

TV Channel

Viewers in the UK and Ireland can watch the game on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

Live Stream

Where is Liverpool v Man United Being Played?

Liverpool are at home so this fixture will be played at their home ground Anfield.

Liverpool v Man United Odds

Liverpool v Man United Betting Odds – Premier League
Team Odds Chance
Liverpool 2/7 77.8%
Man United 9/2 18.2%
The Draw 15/2 11.8%

Liverpool are heavy favourites to compound the misery on Man United at 2/7.

Man United can be gotten at 15/2 to find form again and the draw is priced at 9/2.

Handicap Betting

Liverpool: -2@ 7/4

Man United +2 @ EVS

Handicap Draw -2@ 16/5

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Liverpool v Man United Weather Forecast

Perfect conditions for football are expected on Sunday with the temperature expected to be roughly 11 degrees with no rain forecasted.

Liverpool v Man United Preview

Liverpool’s Form

Liverpool have found a new lease of life this season with 37 points earned from their opening 16 league games to put them top of the table and 1 clear of Arsenal in 2nd  after winning 13 points in their last 5 games. They also top their Europa League Group with 12 Points from 5 games.

Liverpool showed fantastic grit and resilience at the weekend coming from 1-0 behind against Crystal Palace, goals from Salah in the 76th minute and Elliot in the 91st minute meant they climbed to the summit of the table for the first time this season.

Liverpool are the second-highest scorer in the league with 36 goals scoring 2 less than Man City. They also have the joint best defence along with Arsenal with 15 goals conceded. Although their Expected Point total is only 30.12 behind Man City’s 33.93 and Arsenal’s 31.76.

Liverpool must travel to Belgium on Thursday to face Union Saint-Gilloise in the Europa League before they host Man United in Anfield on Sunday.

Liverpool’s Last Five Results

Crystal Palace 1-2 Liverpool | December 9th | Win

Sheffield United 0-2 Liverpool | December 6th | Win

Liverpool 4-3 Fulham | December 3rd | Win

Liverpool 4-0 LASK | November 30th | Win

Man City 1-1 Liverpool | November 25th | Draw

4 Wins and 1 Draw

Man United’s Form

For Man United, it’s a case of one step forward and two steps back, their 0-3 humiliation at Bournemouth last weekend means they’re sixth with twenty-seven points from their opening sixteen league games, nine points from their last five league games putting them six points off the Champions League places. They are also bottom of their Champions League Group with 4 Points from 5 games.

It was another poor showing for Man United at the weekend losing 0-3 against Bournemouth which meant their inconsistent league form continued with two defeats from their last five league games.

Man United have been poor in front of goal this season with their 18 goals scored only less than Nottingham Forrest and Luton (17), Burnley (16), Crystal Palace (15) and Sheffield United (12). Their 21 goals conceded (along with Newcastle) is only bettered by Aston Villa and Everton (20), Man City (18) along with Liverpool and Arsenal (15). Their Expected Points total has them on 20.55 7 worse off and down in 11th.

Man United crashed out of the Champions League on a whimper Tuesday and the club remains in as precarious of a state as ever…

Man United’s Last Five Results

Man United vs Bayern Munich | December 12th | TBC

Man United 0-3 Bournemouth | December 9th | Loss

Man United 2-1 Chelsea | December 6th | Win

Newcastle 1-0 Man United | December 2nd | Loss

Man United 3-3 Galatasaray | November 29th | Draw

3 Wins and 2 Draws

Liverpool v Man United Predicted Lineups

Liverpool Predicted Starting XI (4-3-3)

GK: Alisson.

RB: Trent, CB: Konaté, CB: Van Dijk, LB: Tsimikas

RCM: Szoboszlai, CM: Jones, LCM; Elliot

RW: Salah, CF: Nunez, LW: Jota

Man United Predicted Starting XI (4-2-3-1)

GK: Onana.

RB: Wan Bissaka, CB: Maguire, CB: Lindelof, LB: Shaw

CM: Mainoo, CM: Amrabat

RW: Rashford, AM; McTominay, LW: Garnacho,

CF: Højlund

Liverpool v Man United Head-To-Head Results & Stats

All-Time Head-To-Head Record

Liverpool wins: 81

Man United wins: 90

Draws: 68

Head-To-Head Results Last Five Matches

Liverpool 7-0 Man United | Premier League| March 5th, 2023

Man United 2-1 Liverpool | Premier League | August 22nd, 2022

Liverpool 0-4 Man United | Club Friendlies | July 12th, 2022

Liverpool 4-0 Man United | Premier League | April 19th, 2022

Man United 0-5 Liverpool | Premier League| October 24th, 2021

Betting Trends


Coming in the game between both teams there has been an average of 2.93 Goals Per Match this season which is less than the league average of 3.12

In historic matches 78% have Over 1.5 Goals, 60% have Over 2.5 Goals and 53% have had BTTS.


Interestingly between both sides, they average 2.86 Cards Per Match which is lower than the league average of 4.92.


The sides average 11.86 Corners per match between them which is more than the league average of 10.5

Scoring Patterns

The end of the game could be chaotic with Liverpool scoring 13 goals and conceding 4 in the last fifteen minutes.

It’s also the joint second most busy period in Man United matches with 4 goals scored and 4 conceded in the same time frame.

Key Players To Watch

Moh Salah -Liverpool

The “Egyptian King” has made rubbish of any claims that he might be slowing down this season with 14 Goals and 8 Assists from 22 Matches in all competitions this season with 11 of those goals and seven of those assists coming in the Premier League.

Salah saves the pinnacle of his form for games against Man United too with his 12 Goals and 4 Assists from 12 Games his best record against any other team. Although his result record is 6 wins, 3 draws and 3 defeats against the club.

Luke Shaw – Man United

Since returning from injury Shaw has been one of the club’s more consistent performers (aside from the defeat against Bournemouth at the weekend). Whether that be at LB or in more recent times at LCB his versatility and defensive acumen is crucial to the Man United defence.

It remains to be seen what position he is placed in at the weekend but whether it be beside Maguire at CB or at LB tasked with stopping Salah he will be crucial to any chance they have at the weekend.

***Update , Luke Shaw is a fitness concern after going off injured on Tuesday against Bayern.

Liverpool v Man United Prediction & Best Bet

Prediction: Liverpool 2-2 Man United

If Liverpool inflicts something like the beatings they have on Man United in recent years, it’s not beyond the realms of possibility they have the pleasure of handing the proverbial bullet to under-fire manager ten Hag with a big win,

Man United need to stem the tide again in the league, the joy of their Chelsea display was short-lived with their shocking showing against Bournemouth last weekend. This is a bigger game for them as we reach the halfway mark of the season.

Can’t see Man United keeping a clean sheet and there should be lots of goals in this one I think a high-scoring draw could be on the cards (it may be the best United can hope for)

Best Bet:  Score Draw @ 5/1

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