Manchester United v Liverpool Odds, Team News, Match Preview as bets flood in for away win report firm

Latest Man Utd v Liverpool odds, as Bet365 release as new free bets offer for the game in Manchester, as the firm report plenty of money has come in for the away win at 15/8.

With contrasting fortunes already this season, the Stoke based firm has indicated that there are plenty of punters and fasn who think Liverpool can come away with three points this afternoon.



Man Utd 6/4, draw 13/5, Liverpool 15/8
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Manchester United welcome Liverpool to Old Trafford this lunchtime ooking to show that they are still a force to be reckoned with.

David Moyes’ side have struggled for consistency this season as the players come to terms with the management style and coaching methods of the former Everton man.

Last season’s champions are currently 6th in the table, 18 points off leaders Chelsea and 11 off Sunday’s visitors.

Eight defeats in 28 games tell the story of a team in transition however the signs are that the team are improving.

The club have won two games on the trot and are currently unbeaten in their last four games, their most recent success coming in a 3-0 win over West Bromwich Albion.

While Moyes have struggled against the top sides this season, winning just one of their 8 games to date against those above them, they do boast a strong home record against the Reds, winning 8 of their last nine Premier League home games.

In addition to that they also have a striker, Robin Van Persie that loves scoring against Liverpool, with six goals in his last seven starts against the Merseysiders.

Liverpool though are in impressive form of their own, the club have won four on the trot and are currently unbeaten in their last 9 league games.

While United may have Van Persie and Wayne Rooney at their disposal, the Reds have their own fearsome strike force however in Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge.

The pair have scored 42 league goals this season, four fewer that the whole United tally to date. In addition to that the pair have also assist with 15 goals with Suarez matching the tally of Rooney with 10 assists.

History suggests that this clash will produce a red card with 14 previous dismissals, the second most in Premier League history.

While there are plenty of stats that can brandished about for this game, one in particular that captures the eye is the fact that Liverpool have been awarded more penalties than any other Premier League side this season versus the fact that United have not conceded a penalty at Old Trafford in the Premier League since December 31 2011, given the rivalry and history between the two clubs anything can happen on the day.

Both clubs have mixed reports on the injury front heading into the game with United minus the services of Jonny Evans, Javier Hernandez and long-term absentee Nani although Rafael should be fit after picking up a knock in the win over West Brom.

Liverpool meanwhile will boosted by the return to action of Lucas and Mamadou Sakho with both players featuring for the under-21 side last week.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.