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Gary Neville states his prediction for Liverpool v Man United

Gary Neville states his prediction for Liverpool v Man United

The Red Devils remain undefeated this season, with their Premier League record reading six wins and one draw in seven matches.

Two goals from Juan Mata piled misery onto Liverpool, and United ran out 2-1 victors.

The Gunners spent considerably less than their rivals in the transfer market last summer and ended up making a net profit after selling off the likes of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kieran Gibbs and Gabriel Paulista.

No, the problem comes through the nature of these contests, and the one which oversaw Fellaini's injury serves as a perfect example: the mixture of a terrible pitch, the pointless nature of the game (Belgium qualified for the World Cup back in September), and an almost 3,000 mile round trip was a recipe for disaster. Letting Liverpool have the ball works and Mourinho is a manager happy to do it.

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"Win or lose, United will still be challenging for the title".

Koeman's side travel to Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday hoping to avoid only a second loss in 20 against newly-promoted teams in the Premier League. Some managers might be tempted to go to Anfield and look to dominate.

Manchester United could have been guaranteed three points this weekend after Martin Atkinson, a FIFA qualified referee since 2006, was named as the head official for their trip to Anfield this weekend, according to the Sun. He wanted everyone to know that the onus was on the home team's manager to open things up in search of the breakthrough.

Fifth-placed Arsenal are at Watford, while Burnley, the surprise package so far in sixth, will fancy their chances of when they tackle West Ham United at Turf Moor.

"But that's football and anything can happen. They had only one player behind the three more offensive players". United are different. "This is the way we have to play big matches", Ander Herrera said last October.