Can MU beat Liverpool?

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The worst possible position in the standings, with 0 points on the board, a new manager who has not yet found his footing at the club, and no points for the team’s players. The match against Liverpool on Monday Night Football at Old Trafford does not appear to be a favourable one for Manchester United.

United are currently in a difficult situation after losing their first two games of the season to Brighton and Brentford. The last thing they need is to face one of the top teams in world football when it comes to their front door. Erik ten Hag’s side is currently struggling. Old Trafford might end up seeing a serious thrashing if past performance is any indication of what’s to come this year.

On Monday, the majority of the football world was discussing the disastrous scenario facing Manchester United. However, another twist arrived in the form of Liverpool surrendering more points at home against Crystal Palace.

Suddenly, Jurgen Klopp’s team has also failed to win either of their first two matches of the season. A victory for United on Monday night would not only help alleviate some of the concerns that would be addressed, but it would also lift them above their most formidable competitors in the table. Do Klopp’s Reds really have a chance to beat this United team, which is in desperate need of on-field confidence and currently sits in the Premier League’s cellar to the extent that it has ever been reached?

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