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Manchester United were certainly exciting in their last outing but they threw away a two-goal lead to draw 3-3 with Newcastle on Tuesday night. Fortunately for Louis van Gaal, their draw went largely unpunished as most of their top four rivals dropped points as well. This is a huge fixture for Van Gaal's future, with defeat likely to mean the end of his reign as United manager.
Liverpool haven't been entirely convincing under Jurgen Klopp thus far, but they remain unbeaten against three of last season's top four with United next in his sights. Those three matches have included two imperious displays against Chelsea and Manchester City and more of the same can be expected against an often lethargic United team.
Klopp also has the added benefit of triumphing in two of his last four meetings with Van Gaal, although they haven't faced off against each other since 2011, when Klopp managed Dortmund and Van Gaal was Bayern Munich head coach.
The last five meetings between these two sides have all resulted in at least three goals being scored, with United winning the last four. However momentum would appear to favour Klopp's Liverpool, and that could be the final nail in the coffin for Van Gaal.
Liverpool 2 : 0 Manchester United
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